Green Symphony's chefs cull zesty ingredients to craft body-nourishing platters and Korean cuisine. Appetites arise from slumber with breakfast offerings such as organic oatmeal splashed with açai fruit purée. Sandwich sages construct breadstacks from South Asian–inspired tempeh, then top their creations with the finest blue, feta, or brie cheese found beyond Mickey Mouse's pantry. A hefty dessert menu gilds sweet teeth with pear-ginger bars and homemade muffins, and bodies find a healthy boost with juice blends including the Cleanser, in which cranberries, carrots, and beets canoodle with barley greens and aloe juice.
Maoz is most famous for its expansive salad bar, but its falafel ($4.95)—a home-baked pita bread filled with crispy, handmade balls of vitamin-rich chickpeas, fresh spices, and vegetables—lends itself better to a leisurely lunchtime eat-and-amble through the nearest park. You can build off the falafel's delicious base with a splash of hummus, eggplant, baba ganoush, avocado, and more ($0.50–$1/add). Pair it with Belgian fries and sauce, side salad, sweet potato fries, or seasonal soup ($3–$4), and wash it all down with fresh-squeezed orange juice.
When the owners of V. Thai remodeled the restaurant?s interior, complete with a show-stopping chandelier, they also tackled the menu. Classic Thai curries and noodle dishes join new Vietnamese options, such as traditional Vietnamese pho noodle soups flavored with tripe, brisket, and ox tail. The chefs whip up both Vietnamese and Thai specialty dishes, including caramel-saut?ed fish and the Sizzling Ocean Plate, which serves up the oceans bounty?everything from scallops to squid to sunken treasure?on a sizzling hot plate.
For more than a decade, Vegetarian?s Paradise 2 has lavished vegetarians, vegans, and curious carnivores alike with a meatless m?lange of Asian-soul-food specialties. Tapping an eclectic range of culinary traditions, skilled chefs transform soy protein into kung pao chicken, textured bean curd into zesty paella, and broccoli into treehouses for frolicking rice grains. The eatery also treats vegans to a flavorful array of nondairy ice cream, banana splits, and soymilk shakes.
Turn to Sapthagiri for your next supper, and enjoy authentic Indian food.
Both low-fat and gluten-free menu items are offered at Sapthagiri.
Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at Sapthagiri just as much as their parents do.
Eat outdoors Sapthagiri (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating.
Reserve a table ahead of time and avoid the lines.
Grab your food and chow down when you're ready with the restaurant's carry out and delivery options.
Bring the Sapthagiri's great food to your place.
For a night out with great food that won't break the budget, head to Sapthagiri.
Bite into freshly baked naan bread at Ayurveda Cafe, an Indian restaurant in the Upper West Side area of New York.
Can't eat gluten? Avoiding fatty foods? Vegan? No problem — Ayurveda Cafe offers plenty of options for you as well.
Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at Ayurveda Cafe.
You'll find lots of space for you and the whole gang to spread out at Ayurveda Cafe, which accommodates plenty of large groups.
Ayurveda Cafe can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Need a night in? Don't miss out on Ayurveda Cafe's delicious food — you can carry it out to eat at home or have them deliver it straight to you.
Brush up on your parallel parking skills — the restaurant's Amsterdam Avenue location offers nearby street parking.
Prices are reasonable, with a typical meal running under $30.
Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.