Even us meat eaters love the food there! Very tasty, good variety, reasonable prices and great service.
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This vegetarian restaurant was founded in downtown Ann Arbor by Steve Bellock in 1973, after co-founding a similar restaurant in Columbus, Ohio in 1971. Seva means “¿how’s it going?” and I’d say pretty well. Bellock sold it to Maren and Jeff Jackson in 1998. Maren...More
Selected Seva for dinner on Friday because of its extensive gluten free options. All three of us, including our gluten free diner, had wonderful meals. Staff is knowledgeable about gluten free options, as well as vegan. Everything we had - side salad, creamy tomato soup,...More
The selection was amazing. Our pad Thai, tempeh cheddar sandwich, pumpkin manicotti, mulled wine, peanut soup and sweet potato pear soup were all awesome. Substitutions are fine and our server recommmended a delicious bread when we asked to change the sandwich wrap. The mulled wine...More
Seva's is a rare breed in that they offer amazing dinner options for all needs. I had a fantastic vegan dish, of which there were many options to choose from, and my partner had a vegetarian entree. There are meat entrees too. The service was...More
Several couples went for a combined birthday celebration and we had a fantastic time. The noise level is manageable. The food is varied and excellent. They also have vegan and gluten-free choices which helped a couple in our party.
Overall experience was good. Server was top notch, prices were a bit high. However considering the area and quality of the food served, the cost was worth it.
Good food vegan options great change-of-pace had the eggs Veracruz black bean chili and gouda tots which were all excellent and my partner had North African couscous guac and chips our waitress Michelle was very attentive made sure that where needs are taken care of...More
Ate lunch here for my wife's birthday and the staff and food could not have been better. We drove 1 hour to get here and it was well worth the drive.
My husband and I stopped at Seva on our way from Fort Wayne, Indiana to Detroit, Michigan. We were looking forward to our lunch, since we had been once to Seva in Detroit and were very pleased. The Ann Arbor restaurant was large and decorated...More