Tofu On 7th

★★★☆☆
  • 226 7TH Ave

    Brooklyn, NY 11215

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  • 718-768-5273

About Tofu On 7th

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Monday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM Tuesday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM Thursday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM Friday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM Saturday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM Sunday 1:00 PM - 10:30 PM
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I have been a royal customer of Tofu for couple years since I moved to Park Slope in Brooklyn. I am impressed by the freshness of the ingredients they use for every dish and the friendly atmosphere in the restaurant. They offer wide selection of Chinese food, and also carefully create fat free, healthy dishes for vegetarians. The Vegetarian Orange Beef is one of the best that you can get it from nowhere. Hey, I can finish whole dish without any worry, it is definitely worthy to try it out, it is delicious and more important, it is low fat and healthy. I think I gonna to stick to this restaurant as long as I live nearby there. Friendly atmosphere and healthy, nutritious foods with affordable prices, it has been strongly recommended~!!

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★★★★★

I have been a royal customer of Tofu for couple years since I moved to Park Slope in Brooklyn. I am impressed by the freshness of the ingredients they use for every dish and the friendly atmosphere in the restaurant. They offer wide selection of Chinese food, and also carefully create fat free, healthy dishes for vegetarians. The Vegetarian Orange Beef is one of the best that you can get it from nowhere. Hey, I can finish whole dish without any worry, it is definitely worthy to try it out, it is delicious and more important, it is low fat and healthy. I think I gonna to stick to this restaurant as long as I live nearby there. Friendly atmosphere and healthy, nutritious foods with affordable prices, it has been strongly recommended~!!

Pros: Delicious foods with high quality and affordable prices

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My husband, 2-year-old daughter and I recently tried this vegetarian-friendly eatery in Park Slope. We ordered the sweet & sour vegetarian chicken and the General Tso's vegetarian chicken. The sauces were great and the presentation was nice, but the protein nuggets were tough and didn't seem fresh. I was also disappointed to find that the bathroom was not very clean.

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★★★☆☆

My husband, 2-year-old daughter and I recently tried this vegetarian-friendly eatery in Park Slope. We ordered the sweet & sour vegetarian chicken and the General Tso's vegetarian chicken. The sauces were great and the presentation was nice, but the protein nuggets were tough and didn't seem fresh. I was also disappointed to find that the bathroom was not very clean.

Pros: Lots of vegetarian choices, friendly staff, laid-back atmosphere, kid-friendly.

Cons: Not very clean, food was just average

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Tofu is a Chinese restaurant specializing in "healthy" food, with both a vegetarian and a regular menu. I have tried several of the vegetarian entrees and appetizers. The fake chicken is not as good here as at many of the other vegetarian Chinese restaurants in the city--it is made of little fried lumps of tofu rather than the strips that are more realistic in both look and texture (and that taste better). If I want good vegetarian Chinese food in the area and am willing to walk a little further, I go to Vegetarian Palate on Flatbush, which has pretty much the same menu as Vegetarian Paradise 2 in Manhattan. However, Tofu isn't a bad place to grab some takeout once in a while.

3
★★★☆☆

Tofu is a Chinese restaurant specializing in "healthy" food, with both a vegetarian and a regular menu. I have tried several of the vegetarian entrees and appetizers. The fake chicken is not as good here as at many of the other vegetarian Chinese restaurants in the city--it is made of little fried lumps of tofu rather than the strips that are more realistic in both look and texture (and that taste better). If I want good vegetarian Chinese food in the area and am willing to walk a little further, I go to Vegetarian Palate on Flatbush, which has pretty much the same menu as Vegetarian Paradise 2 in Manhattan. However, Tofu isn't a bad place to grab some takeout once in a while.

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Tofu on 7th is distinctive in cooking Chinese food in a healthy way. They avoid using large amounts of oil, salt, and MSG. The flavors that come through are the natural flavors of the primary ingredients. Some people are not used to this, so the food tastes bland to them. It is true, they do not use a great many spices, but I find their food delightful nonetheless.

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★★★★☆

Tofu on 7th is distinctive in cooking Chinese food in a healthy way. They avoid using large amounts of oil, salt, and MSG. The flavors that come through are the natural flavors of the primary ingredients. Some people are not used to this, so the food tastes bland to them. It is true, they do not use a great many spices, but I find their food delightful nonetheless.

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It's true, there's no good chinese in the Slope, but there are definitely better places then Tofu (Try Mr. Wonton, it's not a masterpiece, but is consistent and safe.) We came in on a cold day for big bowls of noodle soup. What we got was flavorless, watery broth with a bit of noodles and meat. The steamed dumplings had an off smell and were too large and barley seasoned. If you want Chinese, you are minutes away from both Brooklyn's and Manhattan's Chinatowns.

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★★★☆☆

It's true, there's no good chinese in the Slope, but there are definitely better places then Tofu (Try Mr. Wonton, it's not a masterpiece, but is consistent and safe.) We came in on a cold day for big bowls of noodle soup. What we got was flavorless, watery broth with a bit of noodles and meat. The steamed dumplings had an off smell and were too large and barley seasoned. If you want Chinese, you are minutes away from both Brooklyn's and Manhattan's Chinatowns.

Pros: price

Cons: food

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Park Slope really needs a decent Chinese restaurant. This isn't it. The only good thing is that their menu is "healthy-oriented" but you soon feel that was to make up for the quality.

If you have a little time and want really good chinese, take the N to Brooklyn's Chinatown (Sunset Park).

1
★★☆☆☆

Park Slope really needs a decent Chinese restaurant. This isn't it. The only good thing is that their menu is "healthy-oriented" but you soon feel that was to make up for the quality.

If you have a little time and want really good chinese, take the N to Brooklyn's Chinatown (Sunset Park).

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Tofu on 7th is far better than your average takeout Chinese joint -- especially in the Slope, where it's not hard to get bad, bad takeout. The ingredients are fresh, the food's prepared with some care and precision, there's a wide variety of healthy dishes, and the service is solicitous (sometimes too much so). Definitely one of the Slope's best bets for Chinese food -- or for vegetarians (there's an extensive veggy menu, as well as many meat dishes).

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★★★★☆

Tofu on 7th is far better than your average takeout Chinese joint -- especially in the Slope, where it's not hard to get bad, bad takeout. The ingredients are fresh, the food's prepared with some care and precision, there's a wide variety of healthy dishes, and the service is solicitous (sometimes too much so). Definitely one of the Slope's best bets for Chinese food -- or for vegetarians (there's an extensive veggy menu, as well as many meat dishes).

 

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