VeganMoFo: The sweet treats of San Francisco
This post is part of the Vegan Month of Food - or VeganMoFo to you and me. To learn more about VeganMoFo, click here.
I've mentioned it before and damn it, I'll mention it again - I've just spent the last couple of weeks eating my way around San Francisco.
I went for the Dango, a skewer of mochi-like rice balls with a sweet soy sauce with some genmaicha tea.
The soy sauce as sweet treat won't be to everyone's taste, but it's definitely worth a go if only to sit down for a while in the beautiful surroundings.
Salted caramel, I love you. Coffee, I'm just flirting with salted caramel, you're my one true love.
Two of these kept me going for most of a day. And at $3 a pop for such staying power, you can't go wrong. Just don't forget the coffee.
I found this place by accident when wandering around with a couple of work colleagues.
We'd been on something of a march to walk off a gut-bustingly large breakfast. Then we realised we needed a beer to recover from the leg-bustingly long walk. We stopped at Cafe Nook.
Not only did they have a few good beers, they had a few awesome vegan cakes. Including this one, which even my omni colleagues couldn't keep their hands off. Cafe Nook, we salute you.