A welcoming atmosphere matches the cozy decor. Many dishes meet non-vegetarian approval, including the burritos and the exceptional chili.
One might question the point of a restaurant with a raw menu, but they still manage dishes like pancakes, crepes and the superb mango-coconut-cream pie.
The most established vegetarian restaurant in Brooklyn, Imhotep concentrates on Caribbean fare. It’s often said they serve some of the best none meat dishes in the city.
The Greens Asian-style meat analogue dishes, however, gives Imhotep a serious run for the tofu title.
Though not exclusively a vegetarian menu, it does have the extensive vegetarian options one might expect from a good Indian restaurant.