Top Vegetarian Paradise in the World (1)

With the emerging of a new eating fashion, there are more and more people who favor food made of vegetables. People would like to take in this kind of food for the sake of health and longevity. They think that vegetables are much more healthy than meat. Throughout the whole world there are many places in which vegetables are really famous. Now I will list the top vegetarian paradise in the world.

1. Singapore

Since there are a large number of Indian and Chinese live here, you can easily find vegetarian food in Singapore. Hawkers centers and gourmet centers all around Singapore provide various kinds of food made of vegetables for you. Or you can go to the colorful Indian restaurant like Komala Vilas or chain stores like Sagar Ratna and Saravana Bhavan where there are food exclusively available for vegetarians.

2. Mexico city

In Mexico City, there are sheer vegetarian restaurants and healthy food restaurants everywhere, including Super Soya chainstore, The Green Corner and Vegi Market. Food like hawking fruit, elote, fresh juice here can surely make vegetarians fulfill their stomach in Mexico.

3. Taipei

Influenced by Buddhism, those vegetarian food in Taiwan has developed into a distinctive style of cooking. “Meat” in this kind of food is made up of gluten or soybean protein. So those people who are fond of vegetarian food can try this when visiting Taipei.

4. Kyoto

Although there are a lot of foods made of vegetables in Japan, you can still find some delicious vegetarian food such as shojin ryori in Kyoto. This vegetarian food is made up of many kinds of dishes which are offered in many temples in Japan. There are also some other kinds of special vegetarian food such as the skin of soybean milk, wheat bran, eggplant food, carrot food etc. Each of them are delicate but cheap.

5. Vancouver

There are many gourmet activities here in Vancouver. It is the paradise for vegetarians and natural food. In the evening, the vegetable pizza in Jamaican Pizza Jerk will surely fulfill your stomach. Besides, you can search for your own favorite vegetarian food in the restaurant around the city.

London Restaurants – Good Food at a Good Price

London, like so many other big cities, can be an expensive place to visit, especially if you don’t know how and where to save a few pounds. One area of expense that can quickly make a huge dent in your budget is eating out.

London used to have quite a bad reputation for the standard of its food, and it was deemed virtually impossible to enjoy a good dining experience without having to spend a lot of money.

Thankfully, that is not the case any longer and there are many excellent restaurants in London where you can enjoy very tasty and well presented food for an extremely reasonable price.

The following five restaurants each bring something different to the table, from vegetarian food to those who are looking for halal restaurants in London, but…they all have one thing in common…they all offer good food for a good price.

1. Pimlico Fresh: A great place for a pre-theatre pit stop as it is quite close to theatre land. Pimlico Fresh, offer wholesome, fresh and filling food in familiar feeling surroundings. Hearty soups are very popular and are not your normal, somewhat predictable offerings; Toulouse sausage and lentil is a particular favourite.

Main courses are predominantly of the casserole/stew variety, served in deep bowls. A good example is a good portion of vegan Thai vegetable curry with rice, this will set you back a paltry £4.95! You should budget £25 for a good meal with drinks for two people.

2. Baozi Inn: If you are often left feeling conned when ordering from a picture menu the Baozi Inn does a pretty good job of rectifying that injustice, providing meals exactly how they look in the menu! Situated in Chinatown, this Chinese restaurant offers excellent value for money with main courses costing between £6 to £7.

3. Beatroot – Not so much a vegetarian restaurant as it is a café. Here you can tuck into a hearty bean hotpot, shepherd’s pie (vegetarian version…obviously!) and various other tasty dishes. Beatroot can be found in Berwick Street, Soho and will provide a generous meal for two with soft drinks for a very healthy £15, not a bad incentive to become a vegetarian!

4. Princi: If you love Italian food but are put off by the high prices that often accompany it, then Princi will at least provide you with some hope. Another Soho based restaurant, Princi offers exceptional Italian food for an equally exceptional price.

There are few places, if any in central London, that can provide two people with tasty authentic Italian cooking for less than £30 and it is for this reason that Princi has to be a definite ‘must dine at’ for visitors to the city.

5. Tayyabs: An excellent restaurant serving Pakistani Punjabi food where a meal for two people will cost less than £25 which is exceptional value. Tayyabs is a good choice for those looking for halal restaurants in London, as Tayyabs serve only 100% halal food. You will never leave Tayyabs hungry as the portions are very generous and because of this, sharing is openly encouraged by the patrons.

It really isn’t that difficult to find high quality food for a reasonable price in London, even in the city, if you know where to look, this list could have been huge if all the value restaurants were listed..so a sampling of five is all you are getting along with a good portion of encouragement to go out and discover some great dining experiences of your own!

Green Sprout – Atlanta Restaurant Review – Vegetarian – Chinese

I eat dead animals for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between. I eat them awake, asleep, while driving – I’d eat them in the shower if I could get away with it. Few things are better than having your food look back at you, the entire head, roasted with a frozen grin; while someone saws off a slice of cheek and passes it around the table.

Once I went vegetarian for six months straight. You know what I ate? French fries, cake, bread, cheese pizza – everything that was neither meat, nor vegetable. Without that muscle, that fat, and sometimes the crunching bones, legumes just didn’t give me what I needed, what I craved. Vegetables don’t properly get stuck in my teeth. Muscle fibers hang on for dear life, wedging themselves between molars to avoid that final acid digestion. Sure I can fill my stomach with plants but I won’t be satisfied. I’m a freakin samurai and something needs to die in order for me to feel content. (Well… only when I lose my Zen.)

Green Sprout does not serve meat.

Sure, their menu ‘says’ beef, or chicken, or fish – but no. Green Sprout does not serve meat. So go ahead, order your orange chicken. Order your sesame beef. Order as if they actually do serve meat. Pretend like the fake tofu is going to give you that feeling of dead animal. Pretend like the texture is going to come close, as if tofu could ever mimic meat from the best rice fed cows drunk on saki.

Give up. Make your vegetarian girlfriend happy for once and actually go to a ‘vegetarian’ restaurant. Oh, when the food arrives after a short wait, take that bite. Push the vegetables aside and go for that fake meat. Come on, it can’t touch the real stuff, why even pretend? Just get it over with. Pop one of those chik-pattie wannabes into your mouth and move on.

Okay, I’ll admit it, the fake meat is pretty good here. It’s so good that it doesn’t even taste like meat. In fact, considering that many vegetarians are vegetarian not for ethical reasons, but because they just don’t like the taste and texture of meat, this is perfect – for them. Sure it’s not kobe beef, or free range fowl, or Alaskan wild salmon, but that’s okay. We’re giving the wildlife a break today.

Come here often enough and they’ll remember you. Something Green Sprout has over Top Spice and Ru-Sans (the other two restaurants above and next door) is that the people here will get to know you if give them a chance, if you want to know them. Overhearing the server talk to the other tables, half of the menu should be off limits. Stick with the basics. Stick with stuff you’ll find at nearly every other regular chinese restaurant. The fake meat here is made up of different types of tofu, prepared in several ways using simple tricks such as freezing, and drying and switching with pork (in my dreams). Giving it less of a tofu texture and more of a… meat substitute texture.

Green Sprout is an odd restaurant to me. I understand what they’re doing, but why do it? I just don’t get it. But don’t get me wrong, the food here is good, I just wish it had been something that could fight back. Pigs can fight back right? Chickens? Salmon? Sure they can. Um. Nevermind.

Review Summary: 4.2 out of 5

Green Sprout [http://markrox.net/eatallday]

1529 Piedmont Ave

Atlanta, GA, 30324

(404) 874-7373