Blind Faith Cafe | Evanston | Vegetarian/Healthy | Restaurant
Popular vegetarian spot in Evanston.

Our Review

"Vegetarian and Proud" is the motto at this longtime Evanston establishment. There’s self-service, with a case of tasty baked goods—including vegan cake—and the dining area, adorned with handmade quilts and other colorful local art, is bright and cheerful. Weekend brunch brings innovative takes on standards like a tofu and egg scramble with potato, onion, and pepper hash; huge portions of fluffy French toast; and nondairy Mexican scramble with tofu, soy cheese, and salsa. Homemade corn or blueberry muffins are a light meal on their own, as is the house granola, especially when topped with fresh berries.

Laura Levy Shatkin

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