We stumbled across Zennubian while driving through Castleberry and decided to give it a shot. It happened to be Sunday afternoon, so they offered a brunch menu. I ordered a bagel with veg sausage, tofu, veggies, and rosemary potatoes, with a side of cheese jalepeno grits. Sounds delicious, right? WRONG. I could SQUEEZE the butter out of my bagel (why wouldn't the chef put it on the side?), my lettuce was so soaked in butter I couldn't eat it, and the tofu was bland and not scrambled. Oh, and the grits: if you are from the south, you should definitely NOT order these. First, they smelled as if they had fermented somehow. Second, they were the color of strained carrots. Finally, there were no jalepenos in the grits, only a squirt of hot sauce. The meal's only saving grace was the potatoes. I would have liked to season my food, but no salt and pepper on the table. I would have liked to scrape some of the butter off my bagel, but no silverware. The restaurant only offers chopsticks, which wouldn't suffice. I would have liked to sweeten my iced tea to my own liking, but sugar/honey/agave are not provided on the table. In fact, they charge EXTRA for it. The tea was already $5, the agave nectar was 0.75 more, and I couldn't even taste it. Meanwhile, my husband ordered water, which was served in a sake bottle with a tiny sake glass for him to drink from. Get over your image, Zennubian!
Pros: lots of teas to choose from
Cons: very pricey tea, considering they don't provide sugar, agave, or honey free of charge