Bookstore, tofu and puppy hunter. End Speciesism. (📍 Bangalore )
Juicy innards, pesto bomb. Couldn't taste much else. Needs more spice, couldn't taste any hot sauce at all.
The classic fried seitan wrap was great. The review will have to wait until dining in the dark is swapped for something more
Surprisingly good for an off-the-shelf brand.
Also surprising - no images of happy/laughing/winking soybeans on the cover, unlike all the dairy cheese next to it.
Death by plastic (and chocolate and sugar).
If you have a wimpy sweet tooth, it may just fall out. Fortunately, I only had to contend with chocolate chunks but jeez, take it easy on the sugar.
I was wrong earlier, this really is the final post.
Nothing like the description - "spinach roti, refried beans, salad, cheese, salsa". I only remember a mouthful of potatoes. Seems like the filling was mixed up with another more
An edible abomination. *Far* from the worst thing at the table, but I definitely wouldn't order it myself.
"Pita bread, marinara sauce, jalapeno, corn, olive, cheese"
Creepy cheese. Good for the masses, I suppose.
I don't more
A few fragile finger millet noodles at the bottom. Pretty awful, if you ask me.
I will ram this boat if I encounter it again.
Pretty good, but it used to be much better. And they certainly take their time making it. Could use a lot more spice, the millets and tofu were bland. Cashew mayo's vegan by default but one can opt for paneer if they are more