I was born in the beautiful island of Barbados. I started eating vegan in 2006 but as an island girl we like food big in flavour so being vegan was a bit tricky at first.As time went by I was able to enjoy some Barbadian meals after veganizing them.
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HEY MY BLOG HAS BEEN MOVED HERE I do not really go dining out as I do not trust most restaurants with my meals. You say you are vegan and people do not understand and it is difficult. I almost had to go to Greek restaurant tonight and that would have been a disaster as I called and there was no vegan options. I found a nice restaurant which was a North Indian and Thai restaurant in one. What a wonderful idea there are sure to be some vegan options. They boast of over 18 vegetarian dishes but I would have to find out if some were vegan or could be veganized by the chef.
First of all this place is beautiful !!! I usually go to some Indian restaurants and the layout sometimes is a bit cold inside but this place was better than home. I did not want to leave. The service was excellent and my dinner was good. Next time I would be more adventurous and try to from Thai menu. My dished called the DhingriMatar with mushroom and peas. At first they bought a vegetarian one which was pretty but not what I wanted. They quickly remade the dish in a few mins and I had my vegan version. I have a pic of both. The service was excellent. Even my omifeasters had a great time and I admit their dinner smelled really good too. It was a good trip had by all I am sorry I did not get pictures of this beautiful place even the bathroom was beautiful!!! I hope to bring more restaurant reviews again. I may very well go back to Apsara soon to try a different dish. The prices are quoted in Barbados dollars which when you divide it by 2 gives u the US dollars. I am tired now. Until next time Tay