Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Semi-wordless Wednesday: Puree Organic Cafe Revisited

Once again,. Puree Organic Cafe proves that vegan organic fare is delicious for veggies and omnis alike.  

Ah, date night.  Sometimes Hubs and I can easily agree on where to dine and sometimes we can't.  When it comes to veggie dining, options on Charleston are growing, but we have our favs and tend to stick with them.  If you haven't noticed, we like Puree Organic Cafe in Mt. Pleasant, SC.  A lot. It's on our short list of vegetarian places in town that hubby really likes. We stopped in to try to new dinner menu and were thrilled with the results.  

Instead of his beloved Deep South, Hubby went with the Rainbow Row ($21).  

Old Charleston Spice braised seitan, with sautéed collards, mini corn cakes, and sweet onion jam.
If you want seitan, this is the place to get it.  Seriously.  Go get some.

I opted for the Eggplant Parmesan ($18).  
House-made almond Ricotta and gluten-free pasta made it my first choice. 


Of course we had coffee and desert. Almond, soy, and coconut milk are options. 


Hubby's Coconut Crème Brulée ($9) was yummy. 


My Mexican Chocolate Cheesecake from Unbaked was fantastic!   



We met Chef and she was as friendly and delightful as well. See why we like it?  It was all even better than it looks.  Clean, gluten-free, organic eats from people who love what they do. Check the conversation on Facebook.  We're not the only ones who love them.  



   

2 comments:

Kirsten A. Womack said...

Looks really good! Thanks for sharing

Sheryl Thompson said...

It was fantastic! If you get here, you have to try it.