*This is Day 11 of the 30-Day Blogging Challenge.*
Along with being the city that never sleeps, New York City is also the city with endless food options. It’s a melting pot of cultures and cuisines, so you can bet that there’s a little something for everyone’s taste palates. If you’re a new vegan and live in or plan to visit New York City, there are five restaurants you have to visit to get a tasty introduction into the vegan lifestyle.
Dao Palate is near the Park Slope section of Brooklyn. They describe their food as Pan=Asian vegan cuisine and offer almost all the familiar Chinese and Thai takeout meals like General Tso’s and Pad Thai, just made the vegan way. You’ll find an assortment of drinks made by hand such as their wild ginger ale, Thai iced tea, and their virgin mojito. And you’ll fall in love with their Zen décor. Tall stalks of bamboo line the walls while beautiful Asian ornaments adorn the ceiling. They serve your food on chic square china decorated with nonedible flowers. If you want to beat the crowds, it’s best to visit this restaurant before 5 p.m. during the weekdays and 7 p.m. on weekends. If you’ve got room after your meal, order a dessert like their peanut butter bomb ice cream to enjoy there or to go.