The Red Dot Vegetarian Kitchen 2021 Menu
Carnival in the Mouth
by The Red Dot Vegetarian Kitchen
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About the Book
The food is "global vegetarian" (no meat, no eggs, no fish) with selections from Thai, Korean, German, French, American, Italian and North and South Indian cuisines, amongst others.
Vegans, vegetarians, picky eaters, people with allergies and restrictive preferences, along with confirmed carnivores have found this to be a haven of rich taste and the most artistic and pleasing presentation. Fresh and healthy choices abound. People who say that they "can't have" x, y or z, have confessed that they could eat it here, it was delicious and they slept well that night and woke up refreshed the next day.
People have also said, "If I could eat this way every day, I'd be vegetarian." It has happened more than once, more than twice; people have moved to Frazier Park just to be close nearby the restaurant.
People have traveled half way round the earth to eat at this "best restaurant in the whole wide world."
Do heed the warning of this restaurant's servers: If you love [insert name of food item] and live hours away, don't get that item here; you won't be able to order it anywhere else from now on.
Everything here is made "just for YOU". This menu book is printed "just for YOU, too". Enjoy!
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Inspiration
- Additional Categories Health & Fitness, Religion & Spirituality
Project Option: US Letter, 8.5×11 in, 22×28 cm
# of Pages: 28
- Publish Date: Mar 29, 2021
- Language English
- Keywords 5 star, spirituality, restaurant, health, food
About the Creator
Welcome to the 2021 Menu of one of the 5 best restaurants along the I5 in Southern California, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Here you will find descriptions of many of the "greatest hits" of The Red Dot Vegetarian Kitchen, voted one of the top 100 restaurants in the USA according to Yelp, with over 580 reviews and an unheard of 5-star rating overall. Serving food prepared with Love from the Heart 7 days a week from 6 in the morning until 9 at night for the last - going on - 6 years, this little "cottage restaurant" defies all explanations, tucked in the midst of the Los Padres National Forest between Bakersfield and LA, in the out of the way sleepy western town of Frazier Park along the I5 (exit 205 in the middle of a fast food desert). The food is "global vegetarian" (no meat, no eggs, no fish) with selections from Thai, Korean, German, French, American, Italian and North and South Indian cuisines, amongst others. Vegans, vegetarians, picky eaters & even carnivores...