Astoria, Astoria Arrivals, Featured, Restaurants, Vegetarian and Vegan Jan 03, 2015 A First Look at Jujube Tree Vegan If you’ve been following this blog for awhile, you know I’m all about the vegetarian food. So imagine my delight to find out Jujube Tree Vegan had opened! Here’s a (…) Share this Scoop by Mackenzi Farquer total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print If you’ve been following this blog for awhile, you know I’m all about the vegetarian food. So imagine my delight to find out Jujube Tree Vegan had opened! Here’s a (…) by Mackenzi Farquer Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops We Previewed The Queens Kickshaw’s New Summer Menu Items If you’ve been following this blog for awhile, you know I’m all about the vegetarian food. So imagine my delight to find out Jujube Tree Vegan had opened! Here’s a first look at what we sampled at our maiden voyage to this Astoria Arrival. Seitan Skewers: Tofu Skin Wraps: General Tso’s Soy Protein: Moo-Shu Vegetables: And now for some blurry iPhone photos of the menu, until their website gets up and running: In general Jujube Tree was quite tasty and definitely to our liking. You’ll find it’s similar to other vegan asian restaurants in the city (Wild Ginger, Red Bamboo). For now they do dine-in, takeout, and delivery and they’re open for both lunch and dinner. Happy eating, Astoria! Jujube Tree Asian Vegan Cuisine 35-02 30th Avenue 718.545.1888 Twitter Facebook Email Print 30th avenueJujube Tree Veganveganvegetarian food Related scoops We Previewed The Queens Kickshaw’s New Summer Menu Items 8 Comments Merkava January 7th, 2015 Ordered from hear last night. Exactly the same as my the Wild Ginger I used to frequent in Astoria. The food was all very good and not over-sauced. They delivered a real menu with our meal last night, so hopefully they’ll be up on seamless in no time. Reply L. Pic January 5th, 2015 So they have ONE dish that has whey in it?!?!? Why do that? Why not be real deal vegan instead of just vegetarian? Arggggg Reply Pete J January 6th, 2015 I didn’t even notice that, that *is* pretty odd! Reply LP20 January 5th, 2015 So excited to try this place out. This is the type of restaurant Astoria has been badly missing. The menu and pictures look extremely similar to Wild Ginger in Williamsburg. It has to be the same owner right? Reply dunnypop January 5th, 2015 Prices look about right. Reply Pete J January 5th, 2015 Wow, everything on that menu sounds so good! Super stoked to try them! Reply Coz January 4th, 2015 Is there any indication if they have gluten free options for those who need it? Reply mackenzi January 7th, 2015 They definitely have gluten free- though I’d ask to make sure the cooking preparation suits your needs. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.