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Member since 2012
2 reviews - 6 ratings
i have to say that café 50s milkshakes have actually kept me alive post-surgery. therye great--not too sweet, certainly not too sticky, just right in every way--& beyond fabulous if one doesnt feel well. the rest of the stuff i've ordered is equally good, much better than it was last year, in fact. quite an improvement. last year i mightve given them four stars & not five--& i've been buying from café 50s since i was kneehigh to a capybara when they opened their first place in venice. they've always ranged somewhere in the fours--until recently. they have improved, people. they have improved.
i have been ordering from these guys since they opened. they have never ever ever not shown up, never, not at any of my three different addresses in that time. not only that but their food is among the best you can order in not only this part of the city, but in all of los angeles. & not just vegan, either. this stuff tastes good, tastes healthful, IS healthful, & is worth more than the price. i've also never encountered any of their workers who wasnt very decent & very nice. unlike w/ a lot of other delivery places, i have never felt a single's moment hesitation ordering from vegan house. [as per: i'm thinking the guy who wrote the negative review MUST be thinking of a different place. there are two places w/ similar names. VEGAN HOUSE on SUNSET is exceptionally good. the other i am not certain is even still in business. that may be wherefrom the reviewer's troubles arise.]