8393 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048
|Mon - Sat:|
Phone: (323) 653-4901
Primary Phone: (323) 653-4901
Fax: (323) 653-4901
Parking: Paid, Street, Self, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Thai, Healthy, Vegetarian
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
11/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I ALWAYS enjoy this great place.
Even a picky vegetarian like me LOves the food and drinks here.
The chrisanthemum tea is a very healthy, hot cup of tea and compliments any dish.
I've enjoyed all the selections I've had, so far and I look forward to this fine , tiny spot each and every time I go .
11/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I’m practically made of Vegan Glory broccoli as my mommy – cursed with a case of gestational diabetes when I was in utero – ate it for pretty much every day of her pregnancy. I aint no Vegan, but I do love the Glory – especially the eggplant dish with soy chicken. The trick is to tell them to go low-oil on the dish and you can eat relatively light and healthy, especially during lunch special time when you can swap out the fried eggroll for the rice paper “Freshy Roll” filled with lettuce and veggies. Also oddly compelling given the Asian-centric menu are the Three Tacos. Way more delish than you’d imagine at a vegan asian spot but a tasty delight none-the-less.
10/23/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I always feel great after eating here. Proper portions of healthy, fresh food. Your stomach, mind, body will thank you. I wish I could eat here all the time. Some review said pricey - are you kidding me? Compared to what - fast food? This is the real deal. I'm SO glad Vegan Glory is in my neighborhood. The staff is friendly, the restaurant is clean and it's a fantastic option.
06/19/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I live within walking distance of this restaurant and after a very unimpressive first try a couple of years ago, I decided to give it another try after hearing from a couple of sources that it was very good. Big mistake! I went in for dinner and I'm so not getting the good reviews on this place. The wait staff was rude and unprofessional. One was chewing bubble gum and blowing bubbles as she stared into space and ignored me. At some point she removed the gum with her fingers, and tossed it under the counter (presumably in the trash). Without bothering to wash her hands she proceeded to handle and serve food. As if this preview was not bad enough, the food was not good. It was overcooked and over seasoned. There're a lot better options in the area for vegan food.
08/13/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Husband and I are not vegans but pretty close to it and we LOVE Vegan Glory! Sure, there are some dishes that are less exciting, like Western-style meat imitators like the burgers, lentil loaf, etc., but the Asian dishes truly kick major behind! We always get the steamed dumplings - yum. The glass noodle dishes, hot or cold - yum. There's one dish with pumpkin and eggplant plus tofu - insanely good. And of course, the carrot cake is delish, not to mention the mango sticky rice when in season. And we LOVE the driver! It's always the same guy - prompt, always a smile and tells us to ""enjoy the food."" Which we do. Over and over again. Man, I feel like calling them right now!
07/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
If vegan cuisine was like this everywhere then more people would give vegetarian restaurants a chance. The prices are fair, the food delicious, and the service fast. Just give the waitresses a break since its a very popular place and sometimes very busy, nevertheless; I went there on a Sunday with my wife and kids and managed to get a small table. I had the ""Praram's Plate"" dinner special which consisted of soy chicken in peanut sauce over a bed of spinach along with some other goodies. It was quite delicious. I cannot recommend this place enough.
04/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
wow very very surprised to read the previous reviews. i had the lental loaf and it was flavorless - a ball of mush! i didnt even finish it and threw it out. the to-go service was so bad and there was a chinese women at the counter screaming in chinese with a scoul on her face (that worked there) the girl behind the counter was just as unpleasant minus the screaming. Real Food Daily, M Cafe even Swingers has better vegan food without crappy service. one word YUK
04/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I'm kinda a carnivore. Sorry. This is probably not the profile to stand up and announce that on. But but but: Maybe I could be a vegan. I mean, I had lunch here yesterday and realized it's no longer a non-option. Sure, I like my hamburgers and my cheese on everything, but Vegan Glory has menu items just nearly as yummy. And I felt very unprocessed after the whole affair. So, I highly recommend this place. It's quite healthy and fresh and clean. They have chicken nuggets, y'all. And unlike McDonald's I did not have to take a long-time, heavy, cholesterol-infused nap after I ate them up all gone. Vegan Glory has a great selection of lunch specials to accompany the regular menu, too (read: cheap). My waitress had a nice smile and tone to her voice. I will go back here. Let's go together!
09/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I really like this place. Every chance I get up to the Beverly Center I would want to go to Vegan Glory for lunch or dinner. I much rather go during lunch time because of parking. Try parking your car at night it won't be fun unless you do Valet parking. I do like their food choices and friendly services. I will be coming back. Everything I come in I never have any negative experience.
03/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Tried it for the first time today, being a recent coverted vegetarian, I thought I should give this place a try, instead of eating salads and pasta all week long, and you know what, this place was so freakin' AMAZING!!!!!!
I had the spice eggplant dish with soy steak, and my co-workers had the pad thai with soy shrimp and mixed vegetables with tofu, and we were all extremely happy with our dish; make sure you ask for the chili to put on your dish, it gives and extra kick. Our food was so darn tasty, I wanted to order another one!
For starters, order the grilled dumplings, it's so good when you dip it in the garlic-flavored soy sauce that comes with it.
We didn't see any celebrities thought, but, I'm now in love with this place and will definitely go back again soon, VERY SOON!
02/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
While the food is tasty, the delivery service is horrible. We often order for lunch and the order is ALWAYS late. One time the delivery driver just NEVER showed up. We had to send somebody to get it. Very frustrating if you're trying to feed hungry executives.
10/02/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I absolutely love this place. Being a vegan can be difficult at regular restaurants, but not here! I've never had a dish I didn't love. Andy D*ck frequents as do other celebrities, I hear... I've only personally seen him. The combo dishes are your best bet! (Lol I love that this thing won't let me write Andy D*ck's last name without putting in an asterisk.)
06/29/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Asian food is definitely one of the easiest but tastiest foods to make vegetarian/vegan. The flavors of soy, peanuts, curry, and garlic all work towards giving food actual flavor without having to pump up sodium or pepper. Vegan Glory has a strong understanding of this! Meatless dishes abound with flavor. A nice little place to go for a quick meal. Friendly, humble wait staff, all worth the tip. And they deliver too! Try the combo plates, great value!
06/20/2006Provided by Citysearch -
the menu is more of the same...not quite what us vegetarians are looking for but a place to settle on when you're hungry. was in there when a sales guy was trying to offer the manager vegan cheesecake but the manager was giving the cold shoulder. the current dessert menu is weak - he should really consider expanding it. us vegans want options too!
05/25/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Love, love, love it. The Seafood Tom Yum soup is addicting and I have to have it at least once a week (not too fond of soy shrimp, but they will leave it out). The soy fish rules and likely will work as a choice in any of their dishes, especially the one with ginger. It seems to have built up quite a following in short order. If you've ever wanted to taste how the other half lives without animal products, this is a must try.