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Top Vegetarian Restaurants In Silicon Valley

According to the “Vegetarianism in America” study that was recently published by Vegetarian Times, 3.2% of adults in the United States – that’s roughly 7.3 million, follow a vegetarian diet. Needless to say there are many people who like to embrace the vegetarian-vegan-raw vegan culinary currents in Silicon Valley as well – and these next few lines will reveal some of the hottest vegetarian venues where you can eat out.

 

The Merit Vegetarian Restaurant Caters To Omnivore Needs Too

 

As one of the best vegetarian restaurants in the area, the Merit Vegetarian Restaurant definitely has its high merits when it comes to a complex menu ready to cater to the needs of a wide diversity of customers, omnivore and vegetarians alike. Try their seaweed salad, tofu dishes or opt for the spicy curry dish with lots of veggies and delicious fake chicken – we guarantee you will be licking your fingers at the end of the meal – and many customers leave without knowing the meat on the menu is all fake! The menu is diverse and it contains many fresh, tasty dishes and the staff is friendly, so the restaurant makes for an excellent choice. If you want to reproduce their eggplant fish at home, we recommend you try out the Eggplant Patties recipe you can find on the videoculinary.com site. Get the full list of ingredients and the detailed written and video instructions necessary to prepare the delicious patties made of chopped eggplant flesh with parsley, garlic, and parmesan. Breads, breakfast ideas, first courses, desserts, casseroles, salads, side dishes, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free – you can find amazing recipes you have never tried before accompanied by detailed cooking videos.

 

More Silicon Valley Restaurants For Vegetarians

 

Veggie Grill, Great Vegi Land, or Garden Fresh Chinese Vegan Cuisine are additional vegetarian venues you can try out whenever you find yourself in the Palo Alto area. Garden Fresh Chinese Vegas Cuisine offers tasty, healthy dishes – all based on plants. After spending decades constantly improving and refining the dishes here, the tow chefs are now catering to the needs of vegans, vegetarians and meat-eaters. The secret is to make the dishes so delicious that no one suspects they contain zero dairy, meat, eggs, or animal produce. The Asian Style Salad, the Apple Strudel, or the Baba Ganoush recipes you can find on the videoculinary site also make for some excellent vegetarian choices for those of you who like to cook their own meals every once in a while.