Must Try in Dallas: V-Eats Modern Vegan

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Vegans and non-vegans!! If you live near Dallas–run, don’t walk to V-Eats Modern Vegan. They opened a few months ago at Trinity Groves, serving dinner and weekend brunch. This week they started serving lunch, and it was mind-blowing and completely worth the drive! 

My sister is vegetarian, so she was my partner in crime to our first Vegan Date of 2017. As some of you know, I am not vegan–but eat (and enjoy) a lot of vegan food since I steer clear of dairy and eggs.

Let me start off by saying how great the atmosphere was at V-Eats. Friendly staff, super laid-back, with a mix of trendy and eclectic decor. They also have a patio, which I fully intend on using this spring once it warms up a bit. The music when we were there was a great mix of 80’s hits, which we LOVED.

Okay, now onto the food…!! Wow. What a great lunch menu. They have starters, soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, entrees, sides, desserts, and a drink menu. ALL. VEGAN. Is this place heaven?!? I seriously wish I could have tried every single starter. They all sounded so tasty. My sister and I both gravitated towards the same food so we ended up ordering 3 items and sharing them.

Vegan Queso
The flavor and consistency were on point. I couldn’t stop reaching for another chip to dip. By far, this was my favorite of the day! In case you get obsessed and addicted to this vegan queso, check out my homemade version here.
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Beggars Purse
Here’s the menu’s description: Spinach, Smoked Potato, & Mushroom Phyllo Truffle Oil & Grilled Vegetables. Sounds good, right?? It is. Looks good and tastes even better!
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Crispy Avocado Spring Rolls
Avocado lovers, these are for you! When we ordered these, our waiter told us these are the most popular item on the starter list. They’re served with an awesome dipping sauce too!
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Their menu includes so many classics turned vegan. I’m sure I’ll be back and I already know what I want to try… Definitely the buffalo mac n cheese! They do have a side item of regular mac n cheese, but I have a feeling the buffalo gives it that extra kick. I also need to taste their fried pickles, ultimate Texas Frito pie, and southwest chili.

Once you’ve finished devouring all their yummy food, I recommend you go check out the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge across the street. There are so many great photo op spots and a fun place to walk around.

If you visit V-Eats, let me know what you enjoy in the comments below!

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6 thoughts on “Must Try in Dallas: V-Eats Modern Vegan

  1. Trying new vegan restaurants is always such a treat! Everything looks delicious, and your post just inspired me to try making a vegan queso this weekend. I may visit Dallas this summer, so I’ll for sure be checking out this spot. 🙂

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    1. Yes, I can’t wait to go back and to visit other vegan restaurants! Oh, please let me know how your queso turns out 🙂 I was also inspired to make some… The waiter told me they use carrots, potatoes, onions, and nutritional yeast in theirs.


  2. I LOVE trying new restaurants and have been trying to do more vegan/ meat-free options recently! Looks like I will be having to plan a trip to Dallas soon with all the awesome places you recommend!!

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