Vegetarian Restaurants in Silverdale


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  • Emmy's Vege House
    The premier destination for superb fast food, Emmy's Vege House on Bainbridge Island is one of the area's best-rated restaurants. It's a local favorite for visitors looking for awesome food. Thanks to its outdoor seating, the restaurant is a fantastic option when the Cascadian weather cooperates. There's not really a recommended attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. Also, in addition to its low prices, this won't exactly be the place to earn credit card points (it's cash-only). In fact, you should be able to enjoy a good meal for $11 or $12, and can probably get in and out for $8 if you try. There truly is something for everyone, with both vegan and vegetarian items on the robust menu. Plus, most local parents will tell you that it's a good place to bring the kids, as well. If you're in a hurry, you can always take advantage of the convenient take-out menu. Specializing in lunch, Emmy's Vege House is always a good option to quell that next munchies craving. Visitors to the restaurant have the ability to park nearby on the street. Prefer to pedal your way there? Bicycle parking is also provided.
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    100 Winslow Way E
    Bainbridge Island, WA US
  • Araya's Vegetarian Place
    The aromas of peanut sauce, lemongrass, and spicy chili pastes drifting throughout the dining room at Araya's Place may seem familiar at first, but the eatery isn't like most Thai restaurants. It eschews meats and dairy entirely, forging a distinctive menu that led The Stranger to hail Araya's University District location as "Thai vegan heaven." Working exclusively with GMO-free tofu and produce sourced from local farmers whenever possible, the chefs cook classic Thai dishes as well as a handful of slightly more imaginative creations. "I do not want to be only Thai vegetarian food," owner Araya Pudpard explained to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in 2008, "I want to be international vegan food." The international twists are evident throughout the menu's otherwise familiar selection of stir-fried noodle dishes and aromatic curries. A mélange of assorted garden vegetables, deep-fried and served with sweet-and-sour sauce, make up the veggie tempura, and the jasmine-tinged creme brûlée conceals a vegan and gluten-free custard beneath a one-molecule-thin layer of crisp sugar. But even with these occasional twists, Thai staples still dominate the menu's pages. One of the restaurant's more iconic dishes, the tom yum soup, is so spicy that it has appeared on the Food Network show Heat Seekers, which features two chefs who travel around the country looking for mouth-burning dishes and ice sculptures to lick afterward.
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    1121 Northeast 45th Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Plum Bistro
    In keeping with the rest of the Plum Restaurants family, Plum Burgers food truck has no meat products on board. Its burgers are entirely beef-free, organic, and vegan—but within these restrictions, the cooks have gotten more than a little creative. The Jerk + Yam burger piles yam and Jamaican-spiced grilled tofu with caramelized onions, whereas the 8-ounce Mediterranean burger layers mint-kissed seitan with pickled figs. Other patties incorporate lentils, portobello mushrooms, and panko-crusted tempeh as meat substitutes. Also on the menu are a variety of sandwiches and sides, including the popular Mac & Yease, which is a vegan version of mac and cheese that can also go gluten-free upon request. Milkshakes made with vanilla coconut ice cream conclude meals with cool, sweet sips. To track the truck's location, customers can refer to its homepage. It even takes pickup orders via phone call, text, or really loud yelling from across town.
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    1429 12th Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Queen Sheba
    Wooden arches and light-gauze curtains invite diners into Queen Sheba, a cool, tranquil interior rich with the meandering aromas of exotic spices and authentic Ethiopian recipes. An intimate table hosts diners as they enjoy hearty stews crafted with traditional spice mixtures such as mitmita and berbere, which accentuate the chunks of lamb or beef. A spongy serving of injera, a disk of unleavened bread, soaks up spicy sauces, and bites of fresh-cut okra accompany all plates, acting as edible silverware for the authentic stews, not unlike a using pixie sticks as chop sticks. Vegan red-lentil stews or ground peas seasoned with ginger and garlic further rope in taste buds trying to play hard to get.
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    916 E John St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Flying Apron Baking Co.
    In Focus: Flying Apron Baking Co. Specialty: gluten-free and vegan baked goods Gluten-free guarantee: The bakery regularly tests its products for allergens, and it receives annual audits from the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Satisfaction guarantee: Flying Apron will accept the return of any product, no questions asked. Sample sweet treats: chocolate muffins and whoopie pies Sample savory treats: lasagna and roasted veggie flatbread For special occasions: Custom order a cake such as the signature Apricot Bliss, which features maple cake layered with apricot purée.
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    3510 Fremont Ave N
    Seattle, WA US
  • Wedgwood II Vegetarian Thai
    The cooks at Wedgewood II Vegetarian Thai don't just leave meat out of dishes. They find inventive new ways to make vegetables the focus of classic Thai dishes that are full of flavor, without relying on unnatural enhancements like fish sauce, MSG, or magic beans. Instead, they make iconic dishes such as pad thai with tofu, or craft their signature Rama Delight with stir-fried spinach, carrots, garlic, and a savory peanut sauce. They also sweeten their curries and fried rice with chunks of fresh pineapple––a mere precursor to sweet desserts such as mango sticky rice pudding or a deep-fried banana.
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    420 Broadway E.
    Seattle, WA US

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