Greenwave Cafe – raw food in Plantation, FL

Published October 1, 2012 by Vegan Derby Cat Party

Happy October, and Happy Vegan Mofo (Vegan Month of Food)! I have a ton of food pictures and blog posts that should have been, waiting in the archives of my phone and laptop. So along with getting ready for my move to Seattle at the end of the month, I’ll also be doing a catch up and clearing out of all the blog posts from over the summer and of this month. It’s going to be the usual mix of restaurant reviews/recipe reviews/recipes along with a shift into more fall and pumpkin goodness. A big hello to all of you fellow Vegan Mofo-ers who are just finding me for the 1st time!

Greenwave Cafe is a great little raw place in west Broward county. When I felt myself headed for another raw eating kick a couple of months ago, Thomas & I came here to ease back in. They’re open as a cafe Tuesday through Saturday, from 11am-9pm and Monday as a produce market from 8am – 2pm. They also sell produce during the week, and their amazing dehydrated onion bread that I used for my raw vegan nachos!


I love their warm, yummy soups! I’m always starving when I go here and the fact that they bring you a tasty soup right away while you wait for your meal is very much appreciated!


This time Thomas got the raw pizza. If I remember correctly, they made the “cheese” for him with almonds instead of cashews. This was, as expected, really good!


This time I got what Thomas had the previous time, the extraordinarily tasty burrito! So good! Though you really can’t go wrong here. The service is about as slow as you can expect from most raw places, as the food is prepared to order, and is clearly a bit more labor intensive, but the food is bursting with flavor and creative and fresh.

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