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Restaurant Review: Not so average take on tofu at Vinh Loi

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Vin Loi Tofu gives a new meaning to tofu orienented meals. The TKO curry soup costs $13.00 and is one of the many vegan dishes offered at the restaurant.

Vin Loi Tofu gives a new meaning to tofu orienented meals. The TKO curry soup costs $13.00 and is one of the many vegan dishes offered at the restaurant.

Vinh Loi Tofu

Vinh Loi Tofu

Vin Loi Tofu gives a new meaning to tofu orienented meals. The TKO curry soup costs $13.00 and is one of the many vegan dishes offered at the restaurant.

Rosa Lemus

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Located on Sherman Way and Capps Avenue, Vinh Loi Tofu cooks up savory vegan southern Asian cuisine meals that leave you wanting more.

Vihn Loi focuses on serving 100% vegan, dishes using simple ingredients such as soy and tofu. Some classic meals include the Classic Udon Stir Fry and the Kevin Fried Rice that are sure to satisfy. The restaurant never fails to leave a customer satisfied with both the food and the service.  

The unique and flavorful dishes served at the restaurant put a modern twist on Vietnamese classics even for those who are not vegan. Vinh Loi is perfect for anyone who wants to try different types of foods but may not know what exactly to order and seeks a flavorsome adventure.

Owner Kevin Tran is very helpful and committed to his customers when it comes to making recommendations on what to order. He seems to know exactly what the customers want by asking a few simple questions. The employees seem very genuine and kind when attending to customers.

The restaurant itself stands out with the vibrant green and orange walls along with the many reviews the restaurant has gotten. Although there isn’t much space the employees work fast to make room for each customer. With the restaurant being small and compact it gets crowded as it does get full for dinner, so it is suggested to eat there at lunch.  The average meal costs about $12 but the appetizing tastes make up for it. Since it is located in a small shopping center, space and parking can be limited.

Vin Loi is open every day, except Tuesdays, from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

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Rosa Lemus is in 10th grade and is a staff writer for The Pearl Post. This is her first year in newspaper. In her spare time she likes to watch Netflix...

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