TulsiIndian • Indonesia
Chai is really nice! The pumpkin on the Tulsi Thali is so good!
Interaction Design. Yoga (sometimes teacher, always student). Climbing.
Homemade chai claimed to be “the best on the planet”, not for me, it barely passed as chai.
The studio is in the back behind Olop's house. Walk past the chicken and duck cages.
Vegetarian sandwich is good (eggplant and cauliflower). The vegetarian salad is ok. Everything else vegetarian has a very strange taste. The combination of flavor is just odd.
Ginger rice is *not* vegetarian. Tofu banh mi is tiny, not offensive, but not so incredible that I'd come running back, especially at $8 a piece, and not even as tasty as Pho Bac down the street.
TLDR: really overpriced, so-so taste. $6 almond croissant, $5 pain au chocolat. Middle of the road standard coffee shop taste. Your wallet and mouth will be way happier at Besalu or Crumble & Flake.
The biscuits by themselves are delicious. Vegetarian gravy is creamy but not too much that it feels heavy. Vegetarian sausage is too salty for me. Hot sauce is legit.
Breakfast is quite underwhelming. Rice is cold and bland. The vegetarian version has no vegetables.
Limeade is delicious. Service is deliciously slow.
Quite possibly the worst vegetarian banh mi I've had (and I'm a banh mi monster). Bread was chewy, tofu was incredibly salty. Could not, and did not finish.
Actually not open till midnight like Yelp says.
Great collection of Dilbert between 1080 and 1078