My travels in India led me to try some insanely delicious vegetarian food in Goa and Mumbai. Read to see the extremely flavorful, vegetarian food that I had the pleasure of eating during my time in India.
More of L.A.’s delicious, veggie-centric eats in Little Tokyo, Downtown, and Culver City!
Check out my list for best food and tea spots in Echo Park and Silver Lake. So many delicious vegetarian and vegan eats!
Vegetarian and vegan eats in L.A.’s beach towns from a cold Chicagoan perspective.
While Detroit feels like it is slowly being rebuilt, it already has a thriving, affordable vegetarian food scene and impressive cocktail scene that will only evolve in the next few years. See below for some notable vegetarian food and cocktail spots in Detroit!
When I’ve heard people describe Tulum, it was described as a laid-back, Boho, magical mecca and it truly was! Tulum is about a 1.5-hour drive from Playa del Carmen. Expect to find plenty of vegetarian-pescatarian spots and gorgeous mezcal bars.
The all-inclusive experience from a pescatarian-vegetarian perspective in Playa del Carmen, Mexico: the food, the property, and the entertainment.
Well, there you have it – the conclusion of my Pacific Northwest ramblings series. I left the Pacific Northwest extremely satiated in multiple ways. I was refreshed from the serene nature and fulfilled by the vast array of delicious international, vegan, and pescatarian cuisine.
While Portland has plenty of dive bars located in unassuming street corners, it has quite a thriving international food scene. Not only do they have amazing vegan and vegetarian food, they have a prominent Indian and Vietnamese food scene. I also had Swedish food there, which is not really a popular European cuisine in the U.S., so that was refreshing. Did I fall in love with Portland the way I fell in love with Seattle? No. But I am so happy I was able to experience Portland in its sustainable, vegan glory.
Have you ever been to a vegan prix-fixe dinner? I hadn’t been or even heard of this amazing concept until I went to Seattle. Most prix-fixe restaurants in Chicago tend to be pretty meat-centric with a sprinkling of seafood and it’s kind of a pain to switch because you want to get your money’s worth. But we didn’t have to worry about this in Seattle. We could eat everything on the prix-fixe menu, as is, and not pay an arm and a leg at $65 per person. It is definitely a special occasion, but it is much more affordable than other prix-fixe experiences.