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Corn, Vegan Restaurant
 

Proudly Serving:
Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, & Rhode Island

Hours of Operation:

TAKE-OUT/DINING MENU

Monday, 12 p.m.– 9 p.m.

Tuesday–Saturday,
11 a.m.– 9 p.m.

 

  

  

 

STARTERS

Plantains - $1.

Patties (Vegan): Ackee, Lentil, Soy, Calaloo, Not-Fish, Not-Chicken -$4.

Samosas – 2/$3.                   Pakorah - $.75 (GF)                             

Lentil Vegetable Soup - $3./$5.  

 

SANDWICHES
(served on whole grain bread --- ASK FOR GF BREAD PLEASE)

Tempeh Burger- Roasted red peppers, vegan cheese, and arugula pesto - $8.95

Sunshine Burger- Soy and gluten-free burger served with lettuce and tomato. - $8.95

Vegetable Burger- Soy-based burger - $7.95

Grilled Portabello Mushrooms with Vegan cheese, lettuce and tomato - $7.95

 

ENTREES

SM (3 items) $7.95                MED (5 items) $8.95                LG (8 items) $11.95

Select a Combination from the following:

 

ITAL STEW (GF)

Coconut milk, sweet potato, pumpkin, chayote, red/pigeon/lima beans/peas, garlic, escallion, thyme, pimento, all spice, sea salt

 

TOFU SCRAMBLE (GF, NF)

Silken tofu, herbed seasonings, and tomatoes

 

JERK TOFU (GF, NF)

Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, herbs

 

BBQ TOFU (GF, NF)

Special house BBQ sauce, herbs

 

CHOLE (choo-lay) (GF, SF, NF)

Indian style dish: Chickpeas simmered with curry masala

 

RED LENTIL DAHL (*Garlic and Onion Free)

Red lentils stewed with kalonji, fresh herbs, and garlic

 

SAVORY TOMATO OKRA (GF, SF)

Okra, tomatoes, olive oil, and herbs

 

STEAMED WILTED GREENS (GF, SF, NF)

Kale and/or seasonal greens wilted with olive oil and sea salt

 

CABBAGE VINAIGRETTE (GF, SF, NF)

Cabbage, bell peppers, and herbs

 

JAMAICAN RUN DUNG (GF, SF)
Chayote and Butternut Squashes sauteed in coconut milk

 

YELLOW PUMPKIN RICE

RICE & PEAS

 

ROTATED MENU SPECIALS

 

POMEGRANATE TEMPEH (GF)

CURRY or BROWN STEW SEITAN

CURRY POT (GF, SF)

Potatoes simmered in coconut milk, turmeric, and spices

 

 AFRICAN POTATOES (GF, SF)
Sweet potatoes simmered in pineapple juice and spices

 

 

 
KIDS’ MENU


“Not Chicken” Nuggets - $4.95

Macaroni and Vegan Cheese - $4.95

 

RAW (UNCOOKED) FOODS

Cream of Celery Soup- celery, olive oil, lemon juice, maple syrup, pepper, and sea salt - $4. (GF/SF/NF)

Sea Vegetable Soup- almonds, olive oil, lemon juice, dates, bay leaves, sea salt, and chili peppers - $5. (GF, SF)

 

Nya’s Favorite Salad-white cabbage, avocado, onion, dill, olive oil, lemon juice and dulse flakes - $7. (GF/SF/NF)

Sahai Birthday Salad-seasonal greens, avocados, lemon juice and sea salt - $7. (GF/SF/NF)

Lisa’s Kale Salad-kale, walnuts, apples, Celtic sea salt, apple cider vinegar - $7. (GF/SF)

 

Instead of Mashed Potato

avocado, cauliflower, lemon juice, sweet onion powder and sea salt - $8/$16 (GF/SF/NF)

Portobello Mushroom Burgers - $8. **4-hour advance notice needed** (GF/SF)

 

BEVERAGES

HOUSE DRINKS – 12 oz-$2.50 / 16 oz-$3.00

Sorrel (Hibiscus)- hibiscus, ginger, sugar

Cucumber Ginger- cucumber, ginger, lemon, sugar

 

FROZEN SMOOTHIES – 12 oz-$6.00 / 16 oz-$8.00

Papaya Don’t Preach- a papaya pineapple, coconut smoothies with cantaloupe, banana, lemons

What’s Up Doc- carrot and nut milk with bananas, hemp seeds, sea moss, cinnamon

16 oz ONLY - $9.00

Cocoa/Dates Punch- cocoa, dates, goji, almond milk, sea moss, cashew, pumpkin seeds, banana

Sea Moss- sea moss, cashew, pumpkin seeds, agave, banana

Protein Shake- protein powder, spirulina, flax seeds, coconut milk, almonds, dates, spices, banana

 

FRESH JUICE SMOOTHIES - 12 oz-$6.00 / 16 oz $8.00

Gin & Tonic- pineapple, apple, ginger, cucumber, spirulina

Purple Rain- beet, carrot, celery, apple

Iron Maiden- spinach, beet, carrot, spirulina

Berrylicious- strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry

 

TEAS                                     COFFEE

White Tea - $1.00                Jamaican - $1.50

Green Tea - $1.00               

Black Tea - $1.00

 

 

GF: Gluten Free

NF: Nut Free 

SF: Soy Free

  

MISSION STATEMENT

“Where are we to look for our survival, for the answers to the questions that have never before been posed? We must first look to Almighty God, who has raised man above the animals and endowed him with intelligence and reason. We must put our faith in HIM, that he will not desert us or permit us to destroy humanity which he created in his image. And we must look into ourselves, into the depths of our souls. We must become something that we have never been and for which our education has ill prepared us. We must become bigger than we have ever been, more courageous, larger in spirit, larger in outlook. We must become members of a new race, overcoming petty prejudice, owing our allegiance not to nations, but to our fellow men in the human community.”               

 H.I.M. 1963