Monday, February 15, 2010

Update: Cafe Sunflower

My friends Mike and Linda came into town and wanted to see what vegetarian options Atlanta has to offer. Leslie joined us for a wonderful meal.


I tried the pad thai. The noodles were wider and thicker than is typical in straight Thai food, but that may be in part due to the composition of the noodles. But that didn't inhibit my enjoyment in any way. The large portobello mushrooms were meaty wand wonderful. It had a touch of heat but should be appropriate for even fairly delicate palates.

Linda had the loaf, which as you can see is an architectural wonder. She reported it was superb.

Mike tried the sesame chicken, which our waiter told us was the most popular dish. I think that's what I had on myprevious trip...

Leslie tried a set of appetizers. I tried the okra (the little cigar things) which were very well prepared and avoided the potential downsides of okra.

We of course had to try dessert, all of which are gluten free and dairy free. They are impossibly delicious. Our only complaint was that the key lime pie could use a little more lime. Cafe Sunflower on Urbanspoon

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