Last week I found myself without a lot in the house to eat for lunch at work, and also without any goodies stashed in the cupboards to make an insta-lunch (soup, noodle bowls, etc.). So after one very underwhelming peanut butter and jelly sandwich, I decided to treat myself to a take-out lunch the other two days I headed into work in Annapolis.
For the first, I got the vegetarian lunch special at a local sushi place called Nano. The great thing about Nano is that they are so quick, all you have to do is call in your order and by the time you've walked over there it's ready for pickup. The lunch special comes with one cucumber and one avocado roll, plus two sweet tofu skins wrapped around rice - anyone know what those are?
The next day I headed out to an old favorite, Potato Valley. I've been hesitant to go to PV since becoming vegan since the last time I went and ended up with a very tasty but convoluted order. This time I ordered the South of the Valley, which comes with beans, corn, lime, mango, peppers, and garlic butter, served with greens and roasted onions. I meant to order it sans garlic butter but forgot ... whomp whomp. I'll have to remember that next time, because otherwise it's a really tasty and filling vegan lunch. Luckily I did manage to add avocado to my order - a delicious essential.
I almost always bring my lunch to work, so I don't get a lot of chances to explore the local Annapolis offerings. This was a nice opportunity to branch out a bit and also remind myself of what there is around just in time for session starting in January - aka, no time to cook, so lots of meals out!