Our second day involved doing many things around Denver. One of those was lunch at Watercourse Foods. After my bad experience at VG Burgers I knew it could only get better, and it did. After we found our destination we grabbed a to-go menu just to check out our choices before committing ourselves as we usually do when trying a restaurant for the first time. Too many choices, but how many are vegan? Then I saw the line at the bottom, “All Items Can Be Made Vegan.” Perfect!
After being seated we started looking over the menu, our daughter had her own kid’s menu and since breakfast was available until 5pm she wanted the kid’s BBFT (Banana Bread French Toast). After looking for a bit I settled on the Po Boy with sides of onion rings and mashed potatoes and gravy, with a bit of help from our server Eryn, and Elizabeth had The Grinder, shaved seitan, grilled onions and peppers on french bread served with au jus and sides of broccoli and fries. We were soon served plates piled with food. My daughter’s french toast was two thick slices of banana bread french toast served with maple syrup, berries and banana slices. Her love of berries is deep, those went quick. My po poy was a deep fried hunk of diced portobello topped with slaw on a bun, peel-on mashed potatoes and brown gravy and four huge onion rings. Elizabeth’s sandwich was piled with shaved seitan, she had second thoughts on the brocolli after seeing my onion rings.
Banana Bread French Toast
Portobello Po Boy
After lunch Eryn asked if we cared for dessert, we usually have to give a no to this but she told us all were vegan! Splurge! She brought out a tray with six or so selections but the Tiramisu was an easy choice as we have not had it since going vegan. It was topped with shaved chocolate and after asking I found they used a tofutti mixture to replace the marscapone. I didn’t taste much in the way of rum but I believe it was there. Overall, delicious.
Our sandwiches were $10 each including sides and the kid’s menu selections ar $3.50 each. Desserts are $6 bringing our total to about $30 plus tax. A much better eat than VG Burgers and at less cost. Definitely a must-visit-again.
Interesting sign at the Butterfly Pavilion.