Thank goodness these are plant based vegan food near Legoland

Photos Courtesy of Thank God It’s Vegan

The meatless restaurant serves healthy and delicious bites ranging from sweet potato fries to vegan whoopie pies in Goshen.

Ahh, comfort food. There are so many appetizing, succulent, creamy-textured vegan dishes that melt in your mouth? How about a homemade seitan cutlet, double breaded and fried in 11 herbs and spices, served on a roll with lettuce, tomato, mustard or mayonnaise – all vegan, with a side of sweet potato fries and vegan whoopie pies for dessert?

If the word ‘vegan’ creates the mental image of a stark white plate with a sprig of lettuce, a stalk of celery, and a salt shaker, Nancy Lys, owner of Thank Goodness It’s Vegan in Goshen, can brighten your taste buds to discover Food comforting 100 percent plant-based vegan.

“I am delighted to meet people. I’m happy to cook for them, ”says Lys. She started her business four years ago with a food truck and restaurant in Chester. Lys moved in the spring to a larger building on West Main Street in Goshen, just minutes from the LEGOLAND New York Resort.

Avocado toast on naan, with red onion, tomato and vegan mayo.

With indoor and outdoor dining, the expansion includes a TGIV cafe serving vegan ice cream, milkshakes, cold cuts, salads, baked goods, juices and more. a table of hot dishes. “You can get it and go, with something different every day,” says Lys.

Lily makes fresh food every day, but she leaves Pennsylvania-based Vegan Treats to take care of the cannoli, raspberry danishes, whoopie pies, tiramisu, donuts and sticky buns she offers in her. restaurant.

And Lys doesn’t discriminate against meat eaters. “A lot of meat eaters don’t want to eat [only] meat, ”she said. “I like to feed people. Let’s just eat!

Thank god it’s vegan
27 Main Street West, Goshen
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sun 12 pm-5pm

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