After feeling overwhelmed at looking at the huge menu filled with delicious sounding food and drinks, we each settled on what we were going to order. I got the Mock-Tuna Salad Sandwich with a side of Broccoli Waldorf and Hanna got the Pad Thai dish. Our food came out in less than ten minutes, and we both tried to savor the delicious food but it was so good we quickly devoured it. I love going to vegan restaurants, specifically raw vegan because it never takes very long for the food to arrive. Because the chefs aren’t dealing with meat, or sometimes stoves/ovens it takes very little time to prepare which is the best when you’re really hungry!
My sandwich was made with two slices of vegan bread, I’m not sure if they make this in-house but it was delicious regardless. Inside the two slices of bread was some cashew mayonnaise, I wasn’t too sure about this part of the sandwich because I’ve never enjoyed real mayonnaise but surprisingly it was so yummy and didn’t taste at all like real mayo instead it was light and creamy. There were also some crisp lettuce leaves and a few slices of tomato.
Overall, the service was great along with the food, and the atmosphere was perfect for a nice, relaxed meal. I would definitely recommend Luna’s Living Kitchen to anyone that is in the Charlotte area, it is great for everyone even if you’re not vegan the food is delicious! I can’t wait to go back and try something else.
Check out their website at http://www.lunaslivingkitchen.com