All Good Meat at the Vegetarian Kitchen in Quezon City
With the increase of people’s awareness on the wonders of consuming plant-based food, brilliant innovations thereby follows, satisfying people with something akin to their carnivorous cravings.
These new food offerings are known as Veggie Meat, which a lot of them are derived from non-GMO soy and various mushroom species.
One restaurant that offers a succession of this meat-tasting food is the Vegetarian Kitchen in Quezon City.
Hailing from a family enriched with a vegetarian lifestyle, the Vegetarian Kitchen doles up a wealth of meaty dishes to a growing vegetarian customers, including carnivores who aim to transition to being vegetarian.
So while the family’s matriarch conceptualizes the menu, her daughter realizes this delicious vision in the kitchen and renders them to her sister-in-law who serves them to the table of their beloved customers. In the meantime, the husband of the darling chef delivers tons of frozen delights to other vegetarian devotees that aim to share their meaty veggies to others.
Yet through the discerning perception of the usual local taste, the Vegetarian Kitchen’s meaty dishes pass on really well as ‘meat’.
The wonderful thing about these dishes is that they not only look and taste like meat, but they are also packed with a good amount of protein and minerals, which gives less of the stuffed sensation from eating meat and more of the profoundly good feeling.
Their menu is a mix of vegetarian and vegan dishes; Vegan being solely based on plants, devoid of dairy and poultry products, and Vegetarian being agreeable to poultry, wheat, and dairy products.
They have veggie versions of, Embotido with mushroom gravy on top, Spiced Pineapple Ham with Spanish Potatoes, Pinoy Barbecue and Java Brown Rice, Linguini in Lemon Basil Cream Sauce, the children’s favorite Southern Fried Chicken, mouthwatering Spinach and Cream Cheese Dumplings, their bestselling Bibimbap, dessert of Orange Nutmeg Cheesecake, and eggless Moist Fruitcake, among others.
Diners, on the other hand can avail of the Vegetarian Kitchen’s Good non-GMO Soy Meat series, frozen and ready to be cooked at home; where a choice of Good Tocino, Good Tapa and Good Longganiza never fails to satisfy a carnivore’s heart.
So while going vegetarian might pique your cravings, just let your palate taste the Vegetarian Kitchen’s wondrous dishes and see how it satisfies your heart.
The Vegetarian Kitchen (facebook) is located at 62B Mother Ignacia Avenue, Barangay Paligsahan, Quezon City. Contact nos. 02 819 9438/ 0095 450 7240/ 0915 643 4348. Opening hours are from 11 am to 930 pm, Tuesdays to Saturdays only. On Sundays they are at the Legazpi Sunday Market in Legazpi Village from 730 am to 2pm.