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38 E.19th St (btwn Broadway & Park Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 475-5829
Vegetarian / Vegan
$ $
Mon–Wed: 7:30 AM–11:00 AM Thu: 7:30 AM–11:00 AM Fri: 7:30 AM–11:00 AM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Roasted cauliflower and the carrot dish are surprisingly good- really, really good. The flavors are not too overpowering but just enough to make them memorable. Dont even miss meat here!
  • Great vegetarian and vegan dishes, and wonderful service. Acoustic is not the best, and I felt I had to shout to be heard by my friends.
  • Avocado lettuce wraps are amazing
  • Good food but really, really small portions. Hard to share with more than one person.
  • Everything from food to decor to staff. Loved the breakfast!
  • Somewhat pricey (you'll spend over $30 per person for sure) but everything we had was pretty dank. Particularly recommend the spinach spaghetti, market carrots, and roasted cauliflower
  • Really enjoy the squash soup and the cauliflower. Eat at the bar if you cant get a table.
  • highlights included the carrots and fried wild rice; pictured is the half roasted cauliflower
  • Hummus, beets and tofu best. Skip sweet potato bowl. Good matcha and almond coffee but both lukewarm so request it hot. Reserve in advance.
  • Wild mushrooms on point. And this cocktail with pear brandy in it that I gulped down. Very potent. Must also show love for the salted caramel tart with pomegranate seeds and caramelized bananas.
  • Liked it, but is It the best veggie place Ive been? Probably not standouts were hummus (picd), fried ramen, carrots and beluga lentils. Flavors are well developed, but meal left us wanting more
  • Truly awesome restaurant. Fully Vegetarian and mostly Vegan. The taste and flavours are out of this world. Highly recommend the Lettuce Cups
  • Overrated.
  • Upscale and curated vegetarian experience. Healthy tonics - I had "joy"! Recommend the beets, cauliflower, and spinach pasta (it runs a bit citrusy)
  • At abcV, youll find plates so richly scented theyre less dishes than bouquets: gems of fermented vegetables, say, or thin-sliced kumquats under a shower of earthy cacao nibs.
  • Very creative and tasty dishes - a place that is worth trying but don't feel the need to return. Also, portions are small considering the price.
  • Amazing restaurant. Vegetables done right. Truly magical!
  • Not a vegetarian but type of restaurant who make you almost consider to become one
  • Amazing vegetarian food - dosa sambal and corn grits (both only available during brunch) were highlights of our meal
  • Great vegetarian restaurant (and I'm not vegetarian!). Good egg dishes at brunch, and don't miss the Bloody Mary!