Chicago >Victory's Banner Restaurant
“Friendly staff and great, sunny ambiance located in a cute neighborhood, to boot.”
“The coffee was way too strong, just awful!”
“My family and I really enjoyed the food!”
“They recently added a few new wraps to the menu and I hope they keep them on there ~ the avocado, bacon, lettuce, tomato wrap is outstanding.”
“Relaxing music (they offer meditation classes) and a bright, almost Scandinavian color scheme help make this a great place to grab a Sunday brunch.”
“Our experience was Great, The Food is Fantastic and we will definitely will be back!”
“Delicious food, great service-wonderful breakfast”
“Oh, I almost forgot, the prices are outstanding.”
“I've eaten here before and had a good experience except the last time I went, I was ignored by the wait staff for 10-15 minutes while other customers coming in after me were greeted and got seated immediately.”
Vegan options abound but thankfully, this place doesn't shove it's meatless ways down your throat. The tofu scramble is mighty tasty, as are the fruit-studded pancakes. Do NOT miss the chai tea!
Victory!!. Yay! I found the perfect breakfast spot! It took me forever to finally go to Victory's Banner. I must admit I was always a little weirded out thinking that they were serving religion, not just breakfast. However, I was wrong. This place is wonderful, especially for ovo-lacto vegetarians. Now that I've discovered it, I'm there at least once every 2 weeks. They use fresh, natural ingredients, the service is great, the place is spotless. The raspberry french toast is wonderful but way too much food for one. If they have the vegan chocolate muffins - try one! They're fantastic. The scrambles and pancackes are great too. Heck! Stop reading and try this place. I can't wait to try lunch, but breakfast is so yummy I can't pass it up.
Great Vibe, great food. The Frittata omelette's vegetables are fresh and well blended with the egg. The eggs were light and not greasy at all. The raspberry cream cheese was yummy. The service was very good and alert, not to mention well-dressed.
Weird Vibe.. I won't eat here anymore, because I'm not keen on supporting a religion. However, I will say that the food is wonderful. The weird, culty vibe among the saronged staff/followers of the Sri Chimoy is disconcerting in the highest, though.
Place to fill your tummy and soul. We go here once a month to get great food and a zen attitude.
Simply Divine. Nestled in among the other shops and restaurants of Roscoe Village, this bustling veggie joint is a definite jewel for those willing to seek it out. Favorite on the menu is their French Toast - served complete with peach butter. One could almost live on the butter alone! The granola-and-berry-ringed pancakes are good, as well, though they tend to be a bit doughy sometimes. Order up a side of the veggie sausage - very well done, with very little hint that you're not eating the real thing. Relaxing music (they offer meditation classes) and a bright, almost Scandinavian color scheme help make this a great place to grab a Sunday brunch. Service is excellent, warm and friendly.
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