V Street

Row 1

126 S 19th St (btwn Sansom & Walnut St)
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 278-7943
Vegetarian / Vegan
$ $
Tue–Thu: Noon–3:00 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–3:00 PM Sun: Noon–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Dont skip dessert especially the ever-changing vegan soft serve.
  • Best vegetarian restaurant in the city. Menu changes pretty frequently to keep things fresh and their cocktails are solid. "I don't always eat vegetarian, but when I do...I prefer V Street."
  • Really nice place, amazing food, great service. If you like spicy plates, start with the peruvian fries and then go for the korean fried tempeh tacos and be happy. Save some space for dessert though!
  • Papas criollas, Dan Dan noodles and cocktails.
  • Best pure vegan restaurant I've ever been to. I'm generally a bit too carnivorous to venture this way, but I was blown away by how much I enjoyed their dishes. The papas criollas were excellent.
  • Langos and dan Dan noodles are amazing. You won't be disappointed
  • If you're a bourbon drinker, try the Lokum at the Bazaar. You won't regret it
  • A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!!!
  • Really can't go wrong with anything here!
  • Try everything. I sat at the food counter which isn't good for conversations but great for scooping out and smelling the food as it's cooking.
  • Start with spicy Indian papadum chips with whipped dal before moving on to Peruvian fries, Korean-fried tempeh or South American-inspired carrot choripn.
  • Everything is great. Mostly on the spicy side. Amazing flavors
  • At V Street in Philly, a cocktail as unique as it tastes is the Lokum at the Bazaar, made with bourbon, smoked date jaleb (fruit syrup) and Turkish coffee.
  • The Korean tacos were excellent. The shasouka and Peruvian fries were pretty good. Very happy with all of the food we ordered.
  • Excellent!
  • The tacos are super delicious!
  • Korean tempeh tacos!!!
  • Tempeh Tacos
  • You have to try the spicy Dan Dan noodles! Their dishes have a ton of flavor. I couldn't tell it was vegan at all.
  • Everything is SO delicious! The soft serve is to die for.