On our way home from the airport we stopped in to the vegan Cafe Indigo in Concord, NH. We have wanted to go here many times but it isn’t open on Saturdays and that is when we normally go through. Well lucky us it was Monday and they were open and we were starving.
My dad and Neil ordered The Rachel which is the vegan seitan version of the Ruben and it was delicious. My omni father who loves his meat even loved this sandwich he couldn’t stop talking about how good it was. My mom ordered the Veggie Burger which was homemade and so good. My favorite dish was my own the Spinach and Soysage Burrito it was amazing. The burrito was creamy and delicious.
Spinach and Soysage Burrito
For dessert the 4 of us split a chocolate chip cookie bar which was delicious. They were all out of there Carrot Cake which has been named by VegNews for being the best vegan carrot cake. Oh well we loved our cookie.
One of the other great features about this place is that they have to-go items such as cookies, cupcakes, and salads. They also have tofu turkeys to go and homemade pies- this would be great for anyone looking for a quick holiday meal!
I was a bad photo taker on our day at Epcot so I included a couple of fun pictures of us visiting however there are no food pictures. We started the morning off getting to ride Soarin’ three times in a row with no wait because they had one of Disney’s Magical Moments and let the first 400 people in at 8:30 am (the park doesn’t open until 9). After that we went on a few rides and met up with Neil’s parents just in time for lunch. We ate lunch at the Sunshine Seasons food court at The Land. There are tons of options here and it is great for vegans. We settled on a tofu noodle bowl and veggie sushi with popsicles for our dessert. The food was really great and our parents really enjoyed their food as well.
Later on in the afternoon Neil and I went out for some drinks around the world- we got a Gran Marnier Slushie at France and then stopped over to Mexico for a Margarita and chips & guacamole. The food was great and the drinks were huge and strong.
For dinner we went to Morocco and got the Vegetarian Plate which included tabouli, hummus, bread, marinated olives, lentil salad and falafel. Since we were using our dining plan points it also came with a drink and baklava; we gave the baklava to our parents. The food at Morocco was really good- my favorite was the marinated olives so delicious. The tabouli was okay but it didn’t live up to the tabouli we had at Tusker House.
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Hey everyone! I have been M.I.A. for the past few days as we have been on holiday at Disney World. We are headed back now and I will have new post soon!
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