The Best Vegan Mock Fish n Chips in San Francisco: Indochine new vegan restaurant in the Mission

Sistah Vegan’s Best of the SF Bay: Indochine Restaurant’s Vegan Fish n Chips.

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Welcome to our new Sistah Vegan series: Sistah Vegan’s Best of the SF Bay. I will do video reviews of what I consider the best vegan treats in the area on a weekly basis. I’ll start getting really critical yet be appreciative as well. This means I’ll start asking how well employees are treated, how ethically are some ingredients sourced, did the vegan place come out of gentrified space, is accessible for people living with physical disabilities, is it easy to take your baby with you.

I do a 30 second review of “Feast n Chips” dish at the new IndoChine Vegan restaurant in San Francisco. This dish is a vegan version of “fish n chips” . IndoChine is at Valencia St. and 16th in the Mission.  Excellent. I kept on telling my husband that this tasted like how I remember fish used to taste. Everything was fresh and yummy. The Bathroom was beautiful and clean. I need to have an immaculate bathroom with a visit a restaurant. We had two other dishes wish I posted below as well.

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7 thoughts on “The Best Vegan Mock Fish n Chips in San Francisco: Indochine new vegan restaurant in the Mission

  1. I eat those often – they are delish but are not homemade so I hope they’re not expensive! They’re made by Gardein and they’re a frozen, store-bought product.

    1. Just confirmed with the restaurant they are Gardein – I’d recommend making at home! Significantly cheaper. (I get them at my local grocery store for under $4 for a pack of 6.) Kinda sketched out when vegan places use frozen entrees…I understand frozen products such as veggie burgers at non-vegan restaurants where they don’t necessarily know what they’re doing but when I’m going to an exclusively vegan place I want homemade.

  2. Hi Dr. Harper, Would you be interested in speaking at our annual Meatout event in SF March 15th. Each year this event begins with a vegan lunch (this year catered by http://elcoqui2eat.com/) followed by 2 presenters. This year one presenter lined up will be discussing the relationship between our food choices and the environment. I just started reading Circles of Compasison and am really interested in learning more about the concepts of interconnections between food/race/gender, etc and thought of you as a presenter. I was also thinking of Lauren Ornelas.  Would you be interested in learning more about the event? It is held at the Universal Unitarian Church on Geary and Franklin. We usually have approximately 125 people and will also provide a table for you to display and books or materials to sell or hand out. Thank-you kindly,Greg RohrbachSan Francisco Vegetarian Society  415 426-0980

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