Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Cheap and good. Dad and I paid another visit to Saigon Village, and noticed that they have put together a separate vegetarian menu. Well in this July heat, we couldn't resist trying it out.
Dad tried the vegetarian vermicelli bowl that had a mixture of seitan and crispy tofu toppings with a veggie spring roll. He said it was perfect.
I ventured to try their Lotus salad, which I imagined had lotus root as part of its ingredients. Ooops. I was wrong. It was fresh finely slivered cabbage of green and purple, with some of that mixture that was on Dad's, except there were larger slices of seitan and crispy tofu in a scattered topping. The light and sweet dressing was refreshing. The prices here are actually cheap, and the staff are friendly, helpful and prompt. What more could we ask?