If you plan to visit the Austin, Texas area and would like to find an excellent vegan restaurant, you might want to check out one of the three vegan restaurants listed below. Here you will find a review of each restaurant’s menu items, atmosphere and customer service.
Mr Natural is an all vegetarian Mexican restaurant located at 1901 E Caesar Chavez Street in East Austin, Texas. They offer a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu full of excellent vegetarian and vegan meals. Lunch Specials like fried eggplant and tofu stir fry are available Monday through Saturday, and they are closed on Sundays. You can also order a vegan pastry or cake for weddings, anniversaries, or home parties. Mr Natural does catering services, and creates a variety of vegan food choices for your gathering. You can check out their full menu at www.mrnatural-austin.com.
If you are looking for natural herbal medicine, you can check out their TV show on TV Aztec on Saturday at 11am or hear one of their radio shows Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9am to 9:30am on 1600 AM or 107.2 FM. Mr Natural even offers its customers a yoga room, where you can learn yoga techniques to keep your body and mind focused throughout your day. This class is open to beginners and costs $60 per month for three sessions per week. Classes are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday’s, but you must call for times at 512-477-5228. You can also check out their other location at 2414 A South Lambar in Austin as well.
Bombay Express is an excellent choice restaurant for vegetarians and vegans. It is located at 13000 N IH35 Bldg 12 #216 in Austin, Texas. They offer an authentic North India menu that includes items like Puri Bhaji and a tomato omelet without eggs, great flavors and tastes scrumptious. Bombay Express has a specialty menu that gives your palate the sense of being right in India. Each menu item is created with authentic flavors, and if you enjoy Indian food, you will keep coming back for more.
If you want to satisfy your sweet tooth, you definitely want to order the Gulab Jamun, a delicate dumpling made with condensed milk and soaked in rose flavored syrup. You can visit their website at www.bombayexpressaustin.com to see all of their menu items or check out their location Tuesday through Sunday 11am to 9pm. If you are looking for a take away order, then this is the right place. All menu items are available for carry out.
Mother’s Cafe and Garden
Mother’s Cafe and Garden, located at 4215 Duval Street located in Hyde Park in Austin, Texas is an award winning restaurant that has a variety of vegan menu options. This restaurant offers an excellent menu that includes, Tofu Lasagna, Jamaican Stir Fry, BBQ Tofu, the Bueno Burger, an Avocado Classic, a Tofu Enchiladas and more. Most all menu items are vegan or can be made vegan, and will satisfy any taste.
Mother’s Cafe and Garden has a family atmosphere, many regulars visit daily, and are well known in the Hyde Park area. They have been given outstanding reviews, like the Chronicles Best of Austin 2007 and Austin Monthly 2007. You can visit them at their location Monday through Friday, 11:15am to 10pm, Saturday and Sunday, from 10am to 10pm or visit their website at www.motherscafeaustin.com.