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March 28th, 2006 12:00 am Laura Parisi | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006

Most Asian eateries leave few entree options for veg-heads—usually it's tofu or no food. But the beauty of the Vegetarian House is its comprehensive menu of faux meat mixed with standard Chinese fare, all adding up to a pretty tasty treat—and convincing substitute. You won't know the difference between the veggie crab Rangoon ($4.95) and the kind you may have had elsewhere, and although the "beef" (actually stir-fried tofu) in the veggie shredded beef with tangy sauce ($7.75) is a little soggier than the real thing, it's delicious. But beware the buffet ($6.50): Come mid-afternoon, it veers into the limp zone. (LP)
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