Red Curry Vegan Kitchen

I finally ate here, having the pad woon sen, and it was very good, although I've had better fried tofu elsewhere. I'd been hearing good things about the place, and most likely I will return. I would definitely like to try their tempeh.

The location itself has an interesting history. Back in the early 1990s, it was MartAnnes. It was very popular, but I thought it was overrated. MartAnnes shut down, and Lola J moved in. I thought Lola J had better food, and the salsa was the best, but Lola couldn't multitask, so orders would take a long time to arrive. One time she did a special dinner for Thanksgiving, with all original recipes. I thought it was fantastic, but I was the only person who showed up.

After that came a Texas chili place. The chili was great (Flagstaff has surprisingly few places with decent chili), but that was all that the guy could do. The rest of the menu sucked. After he closed, MartAnnes reopened, and throngs of people rejoiced. Eventually, MartAnnes moved to a new location (which I haven't been to yet), and Red Curry went in, also occupying half of what used to be Sacred Rites. Sacred Rites still occupies half of their old location.

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Business Category:Local establishment (1-2 locations)
Breakfast (1-10):
Lunch (1-10):7
Dinner (1-10):
Cleanliness (1-10):6
Service (1-10):6
Noise (1-10):7
How often visited:Once
How likely to return:Probably yes
Last known visit:2016-12-23
Last updated:2016-12-23

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