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First Pics: New vegetarian restaurant now open on West Passyunk Avenue

Earlier this week, a new vegetarian restaurant called Panda Cafe opened at 1608 W. Passyunk Ave., adding to the growing list of new businesses opening in West Passyunk.

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While Panda Cafe specializes in vegetarian dishes and teas, they also have a variety of other options that could appeal to a wider audience.

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Panda Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner all day. Breakfast options include a western omelette, french toast and eggs, served with ham, sausage or bacon. Lunch and dinner options include tofu dishes, spring rolls, eggplant parmesan, wraps and more. They also have a specialty menu that includes things like Indonesian-style salads, pork and chicken rice soups and more.

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For drinks, there are a variety of smoothie and iced tea options. Panda Cafe also serves hot and iced coffees, in addition to frappuccinos. There is also a specialty drink menu that includes things like lemonade honeydew, ice green bean drinks and more.

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Panda Cafe is open seven days a week. From Sunday through Thursday their hours are from 11 a.m. to midnight, and from Friday through Sunday they are open from 11 a.m. until 1 a.m.¬†You can check out Panda Cafe’s menu here.

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5 Responses to First Pics: New vegetarian restaurant now open on West Passyunk Avenue

  1. ANITTAH September 18, 2015 at 12:08 am #

    I AM VERY CONFUSED BY THIS PANDA IS NOT A VEGETABLE SO WHY IS THIS A VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT PANDAS ARE ANIMALS VERY DISSAPOINTED GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT

    Not enough misspellings; sorry. This comment brought to you by too much caffeine.

  2. Zachary September 18, 2015 at 6:37 pm #

    Wait, what? The majority of the dishes on the menu seem to have meat on them. Or is it like those weird I cult restaurants where it’s all imitation meats?

    • Taylor Farnsworth September 18, 2015 at 9:58 pm #

      They’re advertising themselves as a restaurant specializing in vegetarian dishes, but there are definitely a good amount of items with meat in them. As far as I know, it’s not imitation meat either.

      • Kate September 25, 2015 at 2:39 pm #

        It’s mock meat; I confirmed it with the owner. No shrimp paste in the Indonesian dishes either. The restaurant is fully lacto-ovo vegetarian.

  3. Marc September 20, 2015 at 11:07 pm #

    Totally fine on the mix of dishes but I really want to help them fix “Refresh & Delicious” as a tagline. It would help.

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