Restaurant Review: Oceanside's Hill Street Cafe

Category: , , / 8/19/2013
Vegan soup with Apple and Carrot Juice
My mother lives in the San Diego area, and we love to check out fun vegan-friendly restaurants when I visit. She suggested trying a place called Hill Street Cafe, a cozy eatery in a Victorian home. I was feeling a little under the weather when we went, and the huge selection on the menu made this an easy choices since I was craving something simple, vegan, and tasty.

Pros:
  • Certified green restaurant
  • Huge selection to please almost any appetite
  • Vegan choices clearly marked
  • Unique and cozy atmosphere
  • Reasonable prices
  • Open early (7 a.m.)
Cons:
  • Limited parking (street)
Summary:
Hill Street Cafe isn't strictly vegan, but they offer a huge range of food that will satisfy anyone from meat-eaters to raw foodists. I loved how the vegan options were clearly marked and how the food was fresh and simple. I ordered a soup with rice, beans, and veggies, and you can see from the picture above that it was exploding with color. The prices were reasonable and we got to eat in a lovely, bright dining area. It is located on the South Coast Highway in Oceanside, so parking is on the street. I especially appreciated how it is a certified green restaurant that uses organic produce when available, recycles, composts, and refuses to use styrofoam. If you're looking for a low-key place that will please a variety of palates, Hill Street Cafe is a fun choice.

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Disclosure notice: This restaurant visit was paid for by the reviewer. No compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the restaurant, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.
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