Yes, vegetarian chicken is the specialty here, and it comes in many varieties. Some of our favorites include the Texas Fried Chicken consisting of deep fried soy chicken with taters, with a hickory smoked BBQ sauce on the side.
This Williamsburg haunt features diverse deli favorites of meatless wonder like the Chick’N Cordon Bleu, breaded and fried mock cutlet with soy ham & daiya mozzarella cheese with romaine lettuce, tomato, onion and homemade dijonnaise on a roll.
Try the Creole soul chicken that consists of panko breaded soy chicken with Cajun and rosemary seasoning, served with sweet corn mashed potatoes, steamed carrots, yellow squash, zucchini, and the house specialty classic mushroom gravy. Wanting seafood?
For a main dish, try the mango soy protein that consists of thin-sliced medallions sauteed in a mellow plum sauce, with mango, zucchini, asparagus, sweet saga-turnips, peppers, and onions, served with rice and a choice of soup or salad for just $13.
Start with the Veggie Roast Duck that is bean curd wrapped with seaweed served cold with sweet chili dipping sauce and the Bourbon Chicken Appetizer that consists of marinated soy chicken grilled to perfection over mixed greens.
This spot in Chinatown has mastered the faux-meat. In fact, it’s earned a PhD in Faux-Meat from Harvard. All of the fake meats on the menu are overflowing with flavors that the previously named processed good manufacturers should start copying.