|Each is labeled but really, who cares what it is?|
Of course, I ran back to the dessert display case where many of the offerings were from Vegan Treats in Allentown. Is VT making inroads in Pittsburg? What a lucky town and they don't even know it.
|I see a peanut butter bomb. Do you?|
|One of the largest dining rooms of any of the Loving Huts I've been to. Notice the big "L" on the ceiling. Notice that carnivore in the midst of all of those vegans. (I know his name and have his number).|
|I am literally like a friggin' tourist here, taking pictures next to all the famous landmarks.|
|To me it's like having an opportunity to hold the Rosetta Stone. Or the 10 Commandments.|
|I'm telling ya, I'm like a tourist. This is the famous waitress but I can't find the receipt where I wrote her name down. Alyssa? Alaina? I hate when my memory goes. Especially about that landing gear thing.|
|Thick and rich Mushroom soup with a hint of sweet potato.|
All in all I could have spent another hour there and forced them to pay the chef overtime but at some point you just have to say, "Hey! Put the fork down and slowly move away from the table and no one gets hurt!" So I did.
|A chickeny nugget kind of thing and fried shrimpy things.|
|I mean, like, really, this isn't piled too high. It's piled wide, ok, I'll grant you that. But I only made 3 trips, I promise. |
Well, plus soup(s). Oh, and a cupcake and cookie.
|Golden Arches, move the hell over. LH is in the house. Now all they need is a drive-thru!|
|2 kinds of "chicken" nuggets, peppery and salty, a sweet and sour mock meat and some other stuff. I see Pad Thai peeking out from there too.|
The only thing I didn't jump up and down about, (but ate non the less), were the buffet desserts. They were ok but nothing like a Vegan Treats dessert. Pay the money, eat the Peanut Butter Bomb, (if you like peanut butter), or anything else they make. It will knock your impression of vegan desserts on it's cardboard flavorless butt!