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newport Aug 3, 2008 01:34 PM

In SF for a few days and I know a lot of the restaurants of vegetarian friendly, but looking for something a little more health food oriented for my wife. Brown rice, tofu, vegan, that sort of thing. Suggestions?

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    Salt_ofthe_Earth RE: newport Aug 4, 2008 05:20 PM

    There are a few places that I reccomend:
    -Annapurna: This is a completely vegetarian restaurant they have east indian "ayurvedic" cuisine as well as salads, vegan and gluten free baked goods. Even a veggie "Shepard Pie" When I go here I only get the muttar paneer, it's the best I have ever had.
    -Body: This is a yoga studio and day spa with a cafe too. They have a wide variety of veggie option and even some raw dishes. Great place.
    -Whole Foods: This is a grocery Store they have a great salad bar, but it is on the pricey side, they also have hot food bar and bakery
    -The treehouse: This place is located in the middle of the Agua Fria nursery. It's a great escape. The food is all natural and organic. But I seem to remember them only having about 8 or 9 offerings. Call ahead because I think they aren't always open.
    -Green palace teahouse: I haven't been here but a blurb in the paper says they have organic and veggie food, and comfortable cushions to sit on
    Hope this helps, and have fun in Santa Fe!

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      lpsfnm RE: Salt_ofthe_Earth Aug 4, 2008 08:45 PM

      Salt of the Earth nailed it, although I would suggest getting a new wife as a more fun alternative.

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        jjones21 RE: lpsfnm Aug 5, 2008 09:30 PM

        Some links and a correction:
        - Annapurna
        http://www.999dine.com/nm/annapurna/
        - Body
        http://www.bodyofsantafe.com/body_caf...
        - Treehouse Pastry Shop **Treehouse is located at Plants of the Southwest, NOT Agua Fria Nursery. **
        http://www.treehousepastry.com/

        I would add Mu Du Noodles to this list:
        http://www.mudunoodles.com/

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      LikestoEatout RE: newport Aug 5, 2008 07:57 AM

      There is a Whole Foods, I'm sure you can get something from their hot bar. My partner is vegetarian but eats fish and dairy so we never have a problem in Santa Fe and now there are quite a few Asian restaurants that may have tofu and such.

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        veggiemunn RE: newport Oct 7, 2008 06:25 PM

        Check out http://www.vegansantafe.com for lunch
        Also http://www.casadeltoro.com is a very vegan friendly B&B

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