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  • [Question] Vegetarian friendly

    So where are the best vegetarian friendly places to eat near DL?

    Going on a week long ftop the wek of October 12th.

    Answers may include places in Disneyland itself, and Outside, since my stay will be a long one.

    p.s. I dont do fish or chicken, im a true vegetarian.

    Thank you!

    -Mike
    Last edited by digriz; 08-25-2008, 11:19 AM.

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    Re: Vegetarian friendly

    Check the end of the previous thread - Blue Bayou so bad for vegetarians...

    Here's one link but I think there are others.

    http://www.rutabegorz.com/

    Yamabuki is a great place to eat if you're vegetarian, lots of choices and the food is fantastic.
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      Re: Vegetarian friendly

      http://www.mothersmarket.com/retaile...G58N4W74AAFP7A

      Look for store locations on the left.
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        Re: Vegetarian friendly

        Originally posted by wbarley View Post
        Check the end of the previous thread - Blue Bayou so bad for vegetarians...

        Here's one link but I think there are others.

        http://www.rutabegorz.com/

        Yamabuki is a great place to eat if you're vegetarian, lots of choices and the food is fantastic.
        I LOVE rutabegorz!!!!!!

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          Re: Vegetarian friendly

          I just found out about a place called Souplantation there is a location in Fullerton & one in Garden Grove. Check out the menu, looks lots of vegetarian & vegan friendly items.

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          • #6
            Re: Vegetarian friendly

            Hey there-
            I'm a vegetarian too, and I recently tried the vegetarian chili at the Pacific Wharf Cafe in California Adventure and it was delicious! I wrote a review of the restaurant here:
            Restaurant Review: Pacific Wharf Cafe - Around Disney - OCRegister.com
            The register also put together a guide for the vegetarian restaurants in the Disneyland Resort and Knott's Berry Farm which can be found here: Search Results - Discover Things To Do - OC Register
            and here:
            Search Results - Discover Things To Do - OC Register
            Outside of the parks, my favorite vegan restaurant is near South Coast Plaza called Native Foods. Here's there website Native Foods Vegan Restaurants: Organic, Healthy, Delicious Food! and the Costa Mesa location is nearest to Disneyland.
            -Sally
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            http://ocregister.upickem.net/engine...contestid=2557
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            • #7
              Re: Vegetarian friendly

              Hey Sally-

              Great article! Both informative and well written.

              I love vegetarian chili, and that Boudin sourdough bread. I will be heading directly to the Pacific Wharf Cafe for my next lunch and/or dinner at DCA. So glad I don't have to just eat the bread, as everything else seemed to have some sort of meat product involved. Not that I mind just eating a big loaf of Mickey shaped sourdough bread, but seriously, not very practical. It took me two days to eat the last loaf!

              I liked the way your article contained some helpful hints. I'm going to check out other links at the bottom on the article, you are a great resource!
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                Re: Vegetarian friendly

                Thanks wbarley!
                Show off your Disneyland knowledge by entering my photo contest:
                http://ocregister.upickem.net/engine...contestid=2557
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