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Teapot Vegetarian House - 8 Reviews - 125 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (206) 325-1010

Teapot Vegetarian House

125 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 325-1010
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This is one of my favorite vegetarian restaurants. I have tried most of their menu, by now, and have never been disappointed. The Asian Fries are a tasty appetizer that is g...


My fiancée and I went to the Teapot Restaurant in the Redmond/Bellevue area on December 15, 2007. This is the restaurant where we lost our engagem...

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Best Fried Noodles 10/22/2006

They have the best Singaporean Rice Noodles with Brown Gravy. Also the green tea rice was tasty. Tea was excellent more

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Now serving all vegan 10/31/2005

If the fact that they were Kosher Pareve, Chinese and vegetarian wasn't enough, they took it one step farther and made it all vegan! This restaurant has had spotty service at times, but the food has always been great. I really enjoy what they do with tofu and gluten there, and the spicy green beans in hot garlic sauce is very tasty. This place is much lower key than places like Flora or Carmelita's, but very good nonetheless, and healthy to boot. more

Very tasty 10/7/2005

This is one of my favorite vegetarian restaurants. I have tried most of their menu, by now, and have never been disappointed. The Asian Fries are a tasty appetizer that is good to share with your guests. Dishes served with their spicy tomato sauce are my favorite. more

Better than meat 8/22/2005

The Teapot Vegetarian House is amazing. I took my girlfriend there and ordered the soy fried chicken drumsticks. They were unreal, crispy and somewhat sweet. This restaurant has such a wonderful take on meat-like soy products. Like a good translation, they create and not just redo. My girlfriend’s yellow curry chicken in a sourdough bread bowl was also superb. more

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Vegan pan-asian food 8/16/2005

I am super excited to have found this restaurant because it has a complete menu with all of the usual meat-required Asian favorites made with either tofu or meat substitutes. All of the dishes that I've tried have been really tasty, though heavilly sauced and often salty. The mongolian Tofu is a delicious mix of friend tofu and scallions over a bed of crisp rice noodles covered in a slighly spicy rich brown sauce. I've also enjoyed the tofu kung pao, which came to the table with a nice mix of chopped vegies and a generous helping of peanuts under a slightly spicy, slightly sweet sauce. The vegetables in yellow curry are also good, though not quite as exciteing as the other dishes. What I really enojyed about this was the large chunks of vegetables (like cabbage) that were slowly stewed in the curry sauce. The ambiance is pleasant... art on the walls, christmas tree lights, a shrine, but everytime i've been in there it is almost empty. I don't know if this is just my timeing, but it makes me nervous because I don't want this restaurant to be forced out of business- it really is a good find for a vegetarian/vegan looking for a tantilizeing choice of pan-asian options. more

Tofu sold here. 8/9/2005

Last week I had the opportunity to dine at the Teapot Vegetarian House. The Teapot is located on 15th Ave E adjacent to the 7-eleven. Upon entering the restaurant you are greeted by a serene and inviting atmosphere. The walls are decorated with local artwork. An attentive wait staff quickly seats you. I had the opportunity to try a variety of dishes for lunch. I recommend the Mongolian Vegetarian. This dish has a good assortment of vegetables including lotus root and a rather tasty sauce. I would stay clear of any of the fried or battered tofu dishes. The batter tends to be quite thick and you end up eating more greasy batter than tofu. Prices are a little much for lunch but portions are good. more
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