Indian/Nepalese

Raja’1436831736s Tandoor Healthy Indian Food has a mostly vegan buffet nightly. The owner is very understanding and accommodating. They have vegan choices at their farmers market booths as well. The buffet price is very student-friendly. There is outdoor balcony seating as well as indoors. 207 3rd St. (Upstairs)

 

n4zi8aatt2gzczcgPreethi Indian Cuisine has worked to enhance and highlight their plant-based options. There are several appetizers and the first 7 entrees (or Thalis) in the Vegetarian section are vegan. But wait!  The entire South Eastern Indian section of the menu is vegan – crepes, sauces, everything! The owners and waiters know immediately what you can and cannot eat and are very glad you came. A nice place for date night. The food is quite delicious (note that the green chutney has dairy). 2nd between F/G

Yeti Restaurant in the E Street Plaza has made a huge evolution in their menu in response to our suggestions. They have quite a few plant-based options and some very unique flavors. Let them know you want your food prepared vegan, but most of the vegetarian items are now made with non-dairy products. They have a fun outdoor space for seating when it is warm out.

logoKathmandu Kitchen has Nepali/Indian food. They have a full vegetarian appetizer and main dish menu, most of which can be prepared vegan by request, as all food there is made to order. The menu is not specifically marked, so ask. It seems that their wait staff is more knowledgeable than several years ago. Popular among the Nepali crowd, locals, and with students. Small bar/sports on TV available.  234 G St between 2nd/3rd