Aloha from Kauai! We are LIVE from Eat Healthy Kauai an all-vegan full-service restaurant on the gorgeous Garden Isle! Tracy Childs (here with her husband, Steven, celebrating their 30th anniversary) visits this restaurant to hear owners John and Pj’s amazing story (they are ethical vegans from New York!), and check out the laidback ambiance and vegan food with a Hawaiian flair!
You’re going to want to plan your next vacation around visiting this place! The restaurants main goal is to offer a healthy dining experience with local organic ingredients. In this video Tracy also mentions Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM.org) which offers amazing nutrition and cooking classes nationwide!
This place is not only adorable with its cute signs and relaxed homestyle appearance, they also have amazing all vegan food offerings! They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day of the week! And breakfast is offered til 3 p.m., so you can definitely stop by and have brunch if you’re running late. The Tex Mex Benedict looks beyond amazing and you can also get a tofu scramble your way topped with chipotle cream sauce. Eat Healthy Kauai also offers a variety of diverse dishes from all around the world like their Tofu Nori wrap and Tofu Charmoula. Whatever vegan food you have a taste for, you’ve come to the right place!
The owners John and Pj have a fun story of how they came about acquiring this restaurant. John randomly met the previous owner in New York while he was working for another vegan restaurant called the Cinnamon Snail. The previous owner was looking for someone to manage her vegan café in Hawaii, and he and Pj just happened to be looking to move there. It all worked out and John and Pj ended up buying the restaurant and changing the name so that people would know they offered a full morning to evening menu. Definitely add this relaxed fun little restaurant nestled in paradise on the island of Kauai, to your vacation itinerary!
Tracy Childs reporting live for Jane Unchained News Network.
Report edited by Ellen Dent.
Photos by Tracy Childs: