Early fall is my favorite time of the year. It’s cool enough to go on a long walk without bundling up too much, and there’s still plenty of sunshine. Brunch plus a long walk makes the perfect Saturday. There were so many people hanging out in Washington Square Park, including lots of happy doggies enjoying the fresh air at the dog run!
Sacred Chow is one of our favorite restaurants. Vegan, organic, delicious, and well priced. We’ve been here for dinner a couple times, but have never tried their brunch. As you can see, we had quite the vegan feast on our recent visit!
It’s kinda funny that we both ordered the soy buttermilk biscuit po’ boy ($12). Does that make us an old married couple? Delicate biscuit halves, a fluff of tofu scramble, pan-fired collard greens, a gush of peppery white gravy, dijon salad on the side. The salad was incredibly refreshing, especially with the tangy dijon dressing.
The biscuits and tofu scramble were really good, but that vegan gravy totally steals the show. Nice and peppery, so creamy despite being vegan. Very satisfying dish.
We shared a side of the grilled vegan sausage, which isn’t listed on their online menu. Very tasty and chewy. They’ve really mastered the texture and flavor. Good stuff!