Amazing restaurant in Bellingham

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Jen met a friend at a new Vietnamese restaurant a few days ago and we went there for dinner tonight. Drop. Dead. Awesome. If you are ever in this neck of the woods, head over to Bakerview Road to the new shopping mall near the Fred Meyers and check out Soy House (Google link and map). Here are a few of the words of CM writing at Vegan in Bellingham:
Amazing Vietnamese food at the Soy House: 414 W. Bakerview Rd. Suite 112
This past Wednesday we had the craziest little snow storm that seemed to come out of nowhere. Everyone was taken by surprise, and when it first began to snow, I don't think I really believed it was actually happening. We had dinner plans with a friend that night and were determined to brave the elements no matter what, and I am so glad we did. We had one of the best meals in ages, and a truly enjoyable evening.

The subject of this post is the Soy House, a true gem of a restaurant where not only is the food delicious, but you will be so warmly welcomed that for days afterwords, you will smile just thinking about the place. The first time my husband and I ever ate there, we were immediately impressed by the friendliness and kindness of the people who ran the restaurant. We had wandered in spontaneously to check out the menu in the off chance there was something vegan that I could eat. The owner immediately greeted us and answered all of my questions with no hesitation. He explained that he completely understood what vegan was, and that he would even cook my tofu in a different pan separately from where the meat was cooked. We had a delicious meal and returned several more times, once with my mother-in-law who also really liked the food.

Before last Wednesday night, it had been quite a few months since we had last eaten there, but that did not stop us from being enthusiastically greeted upon our arrival by the owner who said it was great to see us and even added, "We have a vegan in the house!" I was shocked that he remembered me after such a long time, and instantly wondered why it had been so long since we had eaten there.
Excellent food and they pay attention not only to Vegans but also to people with Gluten problems. Food is prepared quickly, its fresh and absolutely delicious. I had had a late lunch and wasn't that hungry but I wolfed mine down like I hadn't eaten for a week. We will be back there again. And again. And...

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