I've been a vegetarian for almost 18 years now and travel extensively on the east coast. When I go to a city like Atlanta, I know I'm going to find good food to eat, and stop by this restaurant when I'm on this side of town. If you are a vegetarian, or just trying to eat healthier you will find a clean restaurant with a huge menu. A lot of the food is Asian centered, and the tofu and fake steak they use is excellent. I've had the wonton soup, which could use a bit more flavor, but the basil rolls are excellent. The appetizers are a good portion and not very expensive.
The best part is you don't ever have to worry, like in many other restaurants, that there is chicken broth, fish sauce and other "secret" ingredients in the food. I like the noodle dishes, but they can be heavy on the sauce, so be sure to ask for light if you don't want a lot of oil. The vegetables are always fresh and although I've never tried the sandwiches, they always look good when brought to other customers. I love that I can customize my dish, as I can't stand onions or garlic, they will easily remove those from any dish without any hassle. The staff is friendly, but can be a little on the slower side, just be prepared you may need to wait just a little while.
This is a very large location, and it is run by a group who has specific religious beliefs that include vegetarian living. It's not really too in your face, but there are two TV screens that show this message. If that bothers you, you may not like it there, but again, it's not over the top. My dessert was excellent and didn't even taste vegan, which is not easy to do. If you are in the Atlanta area and want some good vegetarian food, I would check it out.
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