The next place in San Jose to get an affordable vegan lunch. Prices have increased by $1.00. Small & quaint but full of varieties.
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Wow. What a small place with great food for a cheep price. Tried it once, and would definitely go again. All vegan, cash only. Recommend even if you are not a vegan or vegetarian, as the taste worth it. Service was fast and with a...More
Best vegetarian Pho! Best prices. You cannot beat the flavors and the huge servings. Shotgun shack with 4 tables inside and tables on the sidewalk. It is definitely worth the trip. Enjoy!!
The food is always good here. I always like to stop in during the semester for lunch. Don't forget to bring cash though.
Staff are super friendly and the price is amazing! 7.00 usd for a bowl of delicious vegetarian bun bo hue. The food is super fresh. Freshly made, freshly cooked, and delicious.
Surprisingly , this little hole in the wall, turns out some good food. Pho is consistently good, a huge portion too. Other vegetarian selections I have had have been good, lately they have not had their lemon chicken which is my favorite. Also, their brown...More
I was near Santa Clara Street around noon so I couldn't resist going back to Tofoo com Chay for lunch, hadn't been to this micro-restaurant in a year, and it is still a small miracle. Vegetarian food that tastes like it's been blessed (and may...More
we have been going here for years and never been disappointed. fabulous soups and rice bowls. we like the kabobs, drumsticks, spring rolls too. it is probably the smallest restaurant in san jose but they have a few tables outside and we always manage to...More
One of the best, and cheapest vegetarian food around. Sure it's a hole in the wall, but it's a gem. It's right across from SJSU, so it's super convenient! I eat here a few times a week. My favorite dish is the Pho and Bamboo...More
I go to Tofoo Com Chay, a small vegetarian Vietnamese restaurant near SJSU) nearly every week for lunch, sometimes getting a banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich), sometimes pho (Vietnamese soup), sometimes a couple of items with rice (brown or white), and sometimes some veggie rolls. And...More