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Angelica Kitchen, 300 East 12th Street, (212) 228-2909 - Vegan restaurant. At any time, 95% of its 260 ingredients are organic.
Zen Palate, 2 locations: 400 W. 46th Street, (212) 582-1669 (more formal) On 9th Avenue (less elegant, better dishes) - Vegetarian restaurant. Ellegant. Very clean. Specialties include mock meats of the asian variety, eg: pressed smoked tofu as ham. An emphasis on low fat. Excellent fried dumplings. Reservations required. One location has a noodle shop
Madras Woodland, 308 E. 49th Street (between 1st and 2nd Avenues), (212) 759-2528 - Vegetarian South Indian. Excellent.
Madras Mahal, 104 Lexington Avenue (between 27th & 28th Streets), (212) 684-4010 - Vegetarian South Indian. No additives. Breads are whole wheat.
Metro Lifestyle Ministries, 116 East 60th Street, (212) 319-7850 - Vegan. 7th Day Adventist restaurant.
Temple in the Village, in Greenwich Village - Cafateria-style.
Excellent macrobiotic & vegetarian food.
Vegetarian Paradise, 2 locations: West 4th off 6th Avenue (VP 2, and VP to Go) One in Chinatown (VP) - Chinese vegan. Highly recommended.
Everything is excellent.
Vege Vege, on the corner of 35th and 3rd Streets (I think) - Chinese Vegan? Wonderful! Lots of gluten. Fantastic dim-sum. The stuffed wild mushroom dish is heavenly. They are very willing to adjust foods for special diets.
Vegetarian Heaven, 57th off Columbus Circle - Chinese vegan.
House of Vegetarian, 68 Mott Street, (212) 226-6572 - Chinese vegetarian?
3 Chefs Chinese Restaurant, 242 W. 56th Street, between 8th and Broadway, (212) 586-3666
Whole Wheat & Wild Berries, on 10th (maybe 9th) Street (just east of 6th Avenue) - Macrobiotic.
Pumpkin Eater, upper West side
Mana, upper West side
Vegetarian-Friendly Restaurants: Quantum Leap, 88 West 3rd Street, (212) 677-8050 - Japanese, Macrobiotic, Middle Eastern, and Italian dishes. Some dishes offer a choice of (rennetless) cheese or tofu, or of fried or steamed ingredients.
Village East, 2 St Marks Place, (212) 533-9898 - Japanese, Macrobiotic, Middle Eastern, and Italian dishes. Some dishes offer a choice of (rennetless) cheese or tofu, or of fried or steamed ingredients.
Good Health Cafe, 324 East 86th Street, (212) 439-9680 - Japanese, Macrobiotic, Middle Eastern, and Italian dishes. Some dishes offer a choice of (rennetless) cheese or tofu, or of fried or steamed ingredients.
Afghan Kebab House, 764 9th Avenue (between 51st & 52nd). 307-1612 - Not vegetaraian but has a vegetarian section of the menu.
Topaz, 127 W. 56th Street, (212) 957-8020 - Thai with a wide assortment of vegetarian dishes. - 'Vegetarian' in Thai means 'substitute tofu for flesh'. Be sure to insist on no fish sauce or other animal products.
Yaffa Cafe, on St. Marks (between Avenues A & B) - Good selection of dinner salads and pastas.
Au Bon Pain - Somewhat upscale and urbane fast food chain. An ingredients list and a nutritional analysis of all of its products is available. Have vegetarian chili. The Garden Vegetable, Cream of Broccoli, and Tomato Florentine soups are vegetarian, all the others, including Split Pea and Minestrone, are not.
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