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We are an all vegan, organic sweet shop serving small batch baked goods, savory bites, vegan soft serve/Coconut Bliss, hot drinks, and Italian sodas not to mention an extensive selection of cookbooks, cards, housewares and small gifts. Also specializing in gluten free desserts as well.
Organic. All-natural. Local. Sustainable. Vegan. It's impossible to put the food at Papa G's into a single category. But there is one overarching theme: it's all good for you. For more than 15 years, patrons have flocked to this Portland staple to assemble greens at the organic salad bar, bite into Reubens made with tempeh, and savor hot entrees that are often completely gluten free. Even the beverage selection adheres to the Papa G's standard. Organic coffees and teas are big draws, and a housemade coconut kefir with local blueberries shows the kitchen team's range.
At Curry Leaf, North Indian, South Indian, and Indo-Chinese cuisines are all represented. The menu features vegetarian and vegan favorites from each region, as well as gluten-free options. No matter the dish, the chefs never skimp on the flavor. Take the Indo-Chinese special gobi manchurian gravy, which is comprised of golden-fried cauliflower florets cooked with onions and peppers in soy garlic sauce. Or the mutter paneer—cubes of Indian cheese cooked with sweet peas and tomato gravy. Vegetarian curries also abound and include masala-spiced aloo mutter with potatoes and peas in a creamy tomato sauce.
Specializing in meatless Asian cuisine, Green Wok Vegan Restaurant's sushi menu includes a lineup of entirely vegan and vegetarian rolls. Nimble sushi chefs create a modest marriage of basic flavors with seaweed salad rolls ($2.50 each) and the landlocked tempura sweet-potato roll ($2.50). Mouths reeling from celebratory birthday shots of wasabi can cool oral jets with soothing sushi portions of avocado ($3) and the vegan cream-cheese salve of the crunchy asparagus roll ($5). Or double-down on bold flavors with the shiitake roll's aromatic alliance between marinated mushrooms and green onion ($5.25). Elegant Asian wall hangings surround Green Wok's handsome, WiFi-equipped dining space, where the casual atmosphere inspires diners to readily try adventurous new things such as vegetarian seafood and sewing various fillets together to make a stylish sashimi scarf.
Off the Griddle grills up sizzling veggie-based burgers while conserving Earth-juice with solar-powered cooking machines. Peruse the menu of eats served hot off the grill including the Smokey Bleu burger, a vegan patty topped with homemade blue-cheese sauce and smoked-barbecue tempeh bacon ($8). Eschew animal magnetism altogether with a vegan bacon cheeseburger drenched in vegan mayo ($7.50). The Messy Bessy packs a gooey pile of Tillamook cheddar, an organic cage-free egg, and organic avocado atop a vegetarian patty ($8). Cap off eco-friendly meals with a sweet mouthful of Monkey Wrench Vegan Bakery’s cookies, chock-full of chocolate chips or peanut butter ($2 each).