During a family vacation to France, I was glad to find a vegan restaurant in walking distance from our hotel. I was aware that many non-vegan items such as diary products and meats are a staple in French Cuisine. I knew I would have to do my best to work around this to maintain my diet. However, at La Verriere, I was free to try the majority of their food offerings. It is self-serve, and the costs varies as plates are weighted.
What made the dining experience wonderful were the mother and daughter who own the restaurant. They were very helpful and kind. I also really liked the simple layout as it spoke to the diet of simple and cleaning eating.
My Plate: I had Foccaccia which is Italian Bread with Mushroom and yam. Lasagna. A soy and yam (sweet potatoes) based dish (veganized) called Hachi Parmentier. Veggies. This soy cream dessert with passion fruit! Everything was delicious!
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