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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Madeleine Bistro - "The festive side of fresh"

Madeleine Bistro is owned and operated by our friends, David and Molly Anderson. They are alsofellow parents at my son's school and their daughter, Madeleine, is in Joseph's class. I have written before about their restaurant and how much I enjoy it, even though I am not a full-time vegan.

Tomorrow, the Los Angeles Times will print this review of the restaurant. It is already available on the LA Times web site. I hope this review, along with my own high praise will will convince you to give it a try, if you haven't already.

Rosanne said it best when she compared eating vegan to choosing Italian one night or Chinese the next. Vegan can be one choice out of many for your dining.

Madeline Bistro is fine dining that just happens to be vegan.

"The festive side of fresh" - The Los Angeles Times

*A Tarzana café offers vegan dishes that don't disappoint. Desserts stand out too.

By Susan LaTempa, Times Staff Writer

There's always something fun to order at Madeleine's Bistro, something that brings a sense of occasion to the table: beignets and mimosas at brunch, shiitake mushroom sushi and organic ale at dinner, cannolis and a glass of Bonnie Doon Framboise for dessert.

This charming storefront café in Tarzana, with its date-night aura and inventive, well-crafted vegan food, would fill a niche anywhere, but it's especially welcome in the Valley, where chains abound and the semi-fancy Cal-cuisine neighborhood spots that dot the Westside and West Hollywood are so hard to find.

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