Vegetarian restaurants in Phoenix
Miser Wot and Kik Alicha are on the right. Served with injera, a spongy flatbread, this vegan dish comes with two tasty stews to scoop up with the bread. There's a large serving of Miser Wot, a red lentil stew that's spiced with berbere sauce, a heavily spiced staple of Ethiopian cuisine. The smaller dish, Kik Alicha, is made of split peas and is much more mild, providing a way to cool the spice from the Miser Wot. Best yet, it's only $8 for a big serving, and they make excellent leftovers.
The mix of veggies in this torta changes depending on what's available. Right now it has pico de gallo, grilled corn, mushrooms, red bell peppers, yellow squash, beans, lettuce, and onions. A salty, savory marinade makes the fresh flavors pop. The Venduras de Temporada filling is also available for tacos.
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What are good vegetarian restaurants in Phoenix or Sedona?
In Phoenix, there is a vegetarian restaurant called "International Vegetarian House". They serve mostly Asian Buddhist style dishes. I ate there when I was in town last fall, but thought the food was kind of bland- maybe I went on a bad day.
You can also find several vegetarian options at the middle eastern restaurants around town, and at Whole Foods and Wild Oats.
Nearby in Tempe, there is a vegetarian Indian restaurant called Udupi Cafe, and a vegetarian restaurant called Green. I think there was an Eithopian restaurant there, too.
In Sedona, there is a vegetarian restaurant ca…