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Little Five Points

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In a Nutshell

Vegetarian café crafts foods such as soy-steak subs and black-bean burritos using non-GMO, organic, and hormone-free ingredients

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $12 for $20 worth of vegetarian and vegan food for two
  • $24 for $40 worth of vegetarian and vegan food for four

Tofu: The Soybean’s Greatest Feat

Learn what’s behind the soybean’s quiet, white cubes with Groupon’s jaunt into the wide world of tofu.

It might appear on menus as bean curd. When you add the way that term sounds to the way it looks raw—a white, spongy brick—tofu doesn’t exactly summon a mouthwatering image. Its superpower is its versatility: it’s a protein, texturizer, egg substitute, and meat replacement all in one jiggly package. Marinate this soy-based, hyperabsorbant food in steak seasoning and it tastes like steak; soak it in a smoky sauce and it tastes like barbecue or a Vegetarian Scout campfire. Silken tofu is often used to add creamy body to smoothies and soups, and firmer tofu can be baked, barbecued, braised, and fried until it crunches, becomes pleasantly chewy, or turns golden.

Although it’s a vegan food, tofu is made somewhat similarly to cheese: by curdling soymilk, often using a mineral compound extracted from seawater known as nigari. Like cheese, too, it has a long history and a devoted throng of enthusiasts. Tofu has been around for thousands of years as a staple food in Asia (where it’s just as often added to meat dishes as it is used as a main protein), and in Japan especially, it has the status of an exalted art form. There, it’s frequently found in fresh, handmade form and served in uncooked slices meant to be appreciated for their panna-cotta-like texture and bright, even slightly sweet, flavor. Soy sauce, seaweed, ginger, and bonito flakes may form spartan accessories on the plate.

Customer Reviews

Great food, nice atmosphere. I love getting down to Little Five Points and I will make sure I'm here every time! We had the burger and the falafel sandwich (that was the special for the day) and both were fantastic. I highly recommend the Jamaican Fries.
Vanessa H. · September 23, 2016
I had the Falafel and the Kap Sub with Jamaican was excellent. I would definitely recommend this place and I will be returning...
Lisa J. · September 3, 2016
Eclectic, good.
Holly K. · August 31, 2016
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    Little Five Points

    1150 Euclid Avenue Northeast

    Atlanta, GA 30307


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