1896 Eastland Ave, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720636.182514 -86.735315
I absolutely love this restaurant. Just wish, at times, there was a little more entrees added to the menu. But with all the slop being peddled at fast food restaurants i thank my lucky stars for Wild Cow.
I love this place-- the food has gotten better over the time it's been open, too! I love the buffalo grinder and the cashew "cheese" cake is to die for! They also have a sit down wait staff now, which is a change for the even better! :) I definitely recommend. Let's support local, organic, and vegetarian options!!!!
This is a great place for vegans and vegetarians. I also know meat eaters who love the healthy food here. It's kind of a small place, but the food is pretty good and so is the service.
Best Nashville Vegetarian Place – So delicious! Vegetarians and meat eaters alike will love the food.
My favorite restaurant in Nashville! – I love love love the Wild Cow. It's compassionate food and healthy, yet they still manage to make it so delicious! I also appreciate the affordable prices and the relaxed atmosphere. The staff is always friendly and I love the way they support local animal welfare groups. Oh and don't get me started on their desserts. They're pure evil. I can usually refrain from desserts at other places because I'm vegan, but at the Wild Cow I have nothing to hold me back from these evil pieces of pure magic so my self control is non existent. Oh well, you gotta treat yourself sometimes, right? Anyway, this is my favorite place to eat and I go there every chance I get. Try it!
Love the concept, bland food, carb overload – I was vegetarian for several years and was so excited to hear E Nashville had a vegetarian/vegan restaurant!
The atmosphere is nice, warm, inviting, staff friendly. You order at the counter, sit down and the staff brings the order to your table. Instead of giving you an order number, they give you a card with a rescue dog name and picture - LOVE this concept - great community partnering.
Ordered the Homestyle plate - tofu, sweet potato hash, vegetable of the day, sauce (I choose peanut ginger) and side (ordered chips with tomatillo salsa). The salsa was disappointing - could not even taste the tomatilla as it was drowned it a bland red sauce (totally reminded me of Clancy's Fancy if you know what that is). Tofu was fine, although a very small portion (4 triangles), sweet potato hash was great (nice ginger flavor, crispy grilled) and peanut ginger sauce was acceptable (not a difficult sauce to make and nothing special with this one). The vegetable of the day was potato (sliced thin and fried, very greasy). Husband ordered sweet potato tacos - 2 small corn tortilla shells with the sweet potato hash, cabbage and the tomatilla sauce, served with small portion of pinto beans and rice. Beans were bland, rice was unseasoned. Looking at our plates all I could think was "where are the vegetables?", "is potato considered a vegetable?" and "CARB OVERLOAD!!!".
I love that Wild Cow exists and I love that they work with the E Nashville shelter to advertise dogs needing homes. I want to support this place, but cant justify spending money until the food improves. I can eat small portions of bland carbohydrates at home for free. I hope the owner takes some veg cooking classes or visits some great veg restaurants in other cities for inspiration soon.
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