One of their standards is a savory pie, similar to what in the Upper Peninsula is called a pasty. They try to have a meat version and a vegan option. It is vegetables served within a pie crust. When we went, the flavor for the vegan version was labelled Asian Stir Fry, though the one that we had didn’t seem to match up to the description. It had potatoes, onions and tomatoes. It had a comfort food feel, though the food was not very heavy.
On the weekends, they serve brunch as well. Although there were no vegan options on the brunch menu, they offered to modify several of the items to be vegan. We had a buttery greens salad that was fresh, creative and delicious, with a mixture of greens, including mint, shaved fennel, strawberries and capers. There was a bean salad on the side of the pie.
We enjoyed our brunch at Black Kite and thank them for their commitment to having a vegan option. This is a great place to hang out, drink good coffee and nosh on some vegan food.