restaurants: karyn’s raw restaurant

karyn’s is a place I’m longing to go back to and I was just there a few days ago. It was a great girls’ night dinner and a very memorable evening. It was hard to pick what to get because EVERYTHING sounded delicious. We decided on 2 appetizers and 2 entree’s. Everything. Was. AMAZING. I think that eating at a raw restaurant always inspires me to experiment when I get home. I can’t wait to make some fun nut cheeses. Unfortunately we were there too late to check out the raw salad and juice bar but it is definitely a place that I want to visit again on my next visit to Chicago.  Onto the meal…
Nachos: crispy corn tortilla chips with guacamole, sweetened sour cream, black olives, marinated red onions and caramelized jalapeno’s

Cheeseplate: an assortment of 4 home-made seasoned cheeses accompanied by fruit, nuts and flax crackers

Pad Thai: thin sliced coconut noodles in a jungle peanut base cream sauce with marinated shitake mushrooms, julienned peppers and a cilantro oil drizzle

Empanadas: flax and corn masa pastry dough stuffed with 3 pepper chorizo and a house blend chili spice. Served with authentic raw chocolate mole and a salsa verde

ladies of the evening…

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5 Comments

Filed under antioxidants, cheese, crackers, gluten-free, great meals, raw foods, restaurants, vegan, vegetables

5 responses to “restaurants: karyn’s raw restaurant

  1. Taylor

    I wish we had a raw restaurant where I live! I would love to try it!

  2. april

    My goodness everything looks good!

  3. Emily

    It really all was amazing, I don't think that you would even know you were eating raw food….

  4. MaryBeth Hughes

    everything looks sooo good!! oh, and your grilled veggies looked amazing. i attempted the grill sans houli one night and it did not turn out so well (i ended up pan frying turkey burgers).

  5. THE ACTORS DIET

    oh yum! i actually really enjoy raw food, i just get hungry so quickly after!!!

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