Karyn’s Cooked!

Finals week is finally over with so I went out with a couple friends to celebrate! We have been dying to go to Karyn’s all semester, so finally we got a chance to check it out! Karyn’s Cooked is a vegan restaurant here in Chicago; there is also Karyn’s Raw, a raw food restaurant as well. Sorry for the blurriness of some of these pictures, the mood lighting was not the greatest for taking photos.

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We started off with some chips and guacamole served with raw veggies, pico de gallo, soy sour cream, and chipotle sauce.

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I had the Buddha Bowl which was a mix of grilled vegetables in a teriyaki sauce over brown rice seasoned to perfection!

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Jessica had the Grilled Polenta layered with wild porcini and shiitake mushrooms.

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Her side of broccoli turned out to be ENORMOUS!

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Catherine had a vegan homestyle meat loaf which was a delicious blend of veggies, rice, seitan, and seasonings topped with shiitake mushroom gravy served with a side of garlic mashed potatoes, garlic bread, and steamed broccoli. You would have never thought this was vegan by the looks of it! And the flavor was amazing! I can’t wait to find a similar recipe online to make at home for dinner!

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Dessert was a raw chocolate mint bar. It was full of nuts and chocolate goodness; it reminded me of a Larabar with chocolate frosting!

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And of course we shared a bottle of Organic Don Rodolfo Malbec because a celebration is not complete without a drink! I cannot wait to go back to Karyn’s! All of the food was absolutely to die for and the prices were totally reasonable. I would recommend Karyn’s to anyone looking to try something new and fun, you don’t have to be vegan to enjoy a fabulous vegan dinner!

Way to end the semester off strong ladies!

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