Monday, August 25, 2008

Vegetarian Ginger on Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights

The new Vegetarian Ginger restaurant, upstairs on Montague Street (corner of Henry, in Brooklyn Heights where Kim Paris used to be) has been open a couple of weeks now, but business seems middling.

To be fair, the restaurant business in Brooklyn Heights takes a nosedive anyway in August as locals take their late summer jaunts.

We're glad to see that the windows have had their shade treatment removed. That dark glass made it hard to tell if Kim Paris was open or not.

Vegetarian Ginger is continuing the Asian/ vegetarian theme that was happening on the corner when it held a place called The Greens kosher vegetarian. The menu features items like "Mixed Vegetables Soy Protein," "Soy Cutlet Sizzling Platter," "Eggplant and String Beans in Basil Garlic Sauce," and "General Tso's Soy Protein."

While upstairs restaurants come and go, Andy's, on the ground floor, is starting to look like an old, dependable standby.

- Montague Street's Vietnamese 'Kim Paris' Closes
- New Vietnamese Restaurant Coming to Brooklyn Heights

Photo by MK Metz
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7 comments:

david said...

Had delivery from them on Friday. It was excellent. Thrilled to have them in the hood. I have a suspician though that they are affiliated with Wild Ginger, which is a pan-asian vegan place that is also excellent and seems to be building a small empire in NYC. The menu's are pretty identical. Funnily enough they are opening a Wild Ginger very closeby on Smith and Pacific!

Janet said...

You say "empire" as if it's a bad thing. I love Wild Ginger and miss The Greens terribly, so I'm hoping my lunch orders help keep them in business.

Janet said...

The woman at the cash register insisted, "different owner" from Wild Ginger. WIthout holding the menus side-by-side I can't say for sure, but they're quite similar.

Anonymous said...

omg i love this restaurant, it is the best restaurant in the universe. u can ask anyone, im the person that comes to their place 24/7, day out and day it. i want this restaurant to stay in business and be the best restaurant ever. if any of u guys never went there, im telling u from the botttom of my heart. go there now! u dont regret it ever and ill make u keep going their. i promise u!

jessica said...

I agree with the anonymous person. It is, indeed, the best restaurant; the prices are cheap and fair. I love going there, too. A few mistakes from the anonymous person..probably he/she was delighted to be writing about this restaurant. Guys, you should really go there. When you go there, you can know that you are gonna be full, but you won't be unhealthy nor fat.

Matt said...

I had delivery from them on the weekend.Me and my wife though the food was was outstanding and we just LOVED it.

Anonymous said...

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