This week I put aside my carnivorous nature and embrace the vegetarian and vegan cuisine at SweetArt. Follow me after the jump for a preview of my review.
Do I agree? Visit the RFT restaurant page late tomorrow afternoon or check back here Wednesday morning to see what I think.There I was, standing at SweetArt's counter, ordering a veggie burger. Yes, I need to eat less meat. For my health, for the health of the environment and blah blah blah. But if I simply wanted a delicious vegetarian meal, I would have visited my favorite Indian restaurant. I came to SweetArt because many people I trust -- whose opinions about vegetarian "cuisine" track closely to my own -- had told me the "Sweet Burger" is fantastic.
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