Angelica Kitchen

Restaurants, Vegetarian East Village
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Angelica Kitchen (Photograph: Jeff Gurwin)
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Photograph: Jeff Gurwin

Angelica Kitchen

Angelica Kitchen (Photograph: Jeff Gurwin)
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Photograph: Jeff Gurwin

Angelica Kitchen

Angelica Kitchen (Photograph: Jeff Gurwin)
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Photograph: Jeff Gurwin

Angelica Kitchen

Angelica Kitchen (Photograph: Jeff Gurwin)
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Photograph: Jeff Gurwin

Angelica Kitchen

Organic-minded, kid-toting yuppies and vegan East Villagers commune over the tofu at this enduring health-food hot spot. Share the Pantry Plate (rich walnut-lentil pâté, mellow hummus and ruby sauerkraut), but snag the velvety, sesame-sauced Soba Sensation for yourself. Massive, superpopular Dragon Bowls (rice, beans, tofu, steamed veggies) get their kick from dressings like creamy carrot or black sesame-wasabi. Don’t know your kombu from your kudzu? The helpful menu glossary gets you ready for the macrobiotic big-leagues in no time flat.

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Venue name: Angelica Kitchen
Contact:
Address: 300 E 12th St
New York
10003
Cross street: between First and Second Aves
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am–10:30pm
Transport: Subway: L to First Ave; L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
Price: Average main course: $12. Cash only
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Mary B
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Certainly the BEST place for vegan food in the city! All thoughtfully sourced and delicious! Some things they get SO RIGHT, like their soups, walnut pate and cornbread! Some things less right, (the sourdough bread is just not my jam). But I think everyone can find something here they will love and many things you wouldn't even know were vegan! And they take credit cards now! 

Andy C

Best vegan restaurant on the planet, and I've been to a lot of them. Everything about Angelica's is great from the food to their cookbooks to the way they run their kitchen and business. Their best ingredient in my opinion? Mindfulness!