Unlikely. That's the highest probability I gave Columbia, South Carolina for having a vegan restaurant. Now I freely admit I have been wrong before, and I might even be wrong again some time but I was very off base here. Lamb's Bread is a quaint, African, Caribbean, Asian fusion restaurant in a nondescript brick blockhouse building. I drove right by the first time and there isn't much on the street. I did see the neon sign for a "COSMIC COLON CLEANSe" which might have momentarily shut down all other thought processes. If nothing else it's interesting to think of that as the result of lunch.
|I remember driving by and seeing the Colon Cleanse sign. Sort of held my attention and I missed the BIG sign.|
|Front door to the left, ordering counter to the right, stage in the center.|
|Menu which changes daily.|
There was a small stand with the familiar yellow magazine that I grew up with. National Geographic. I looked and thought, "Oh, a look back to the Vietnam War," since anyone who grew up with body counts as part of the prime time dinner hour news would recognize a picture from that era. I was more than a little surprised to see that this was an original 1965 issue. I might have actually looked through the pictures as a 9 year old in 1965. It was interesting to see the writers bent on the war at that early stage of the conflict. Sad too, knowing what was to come.
|One of the few plates of food I couldn't finish even though I would have liked to!|
|You could miss it if you weren't looking for it. I did. It surely doesn't look like a restaurant and don't be looking for a big sign on the building.|