PETA Recognizes Rochester Restaurant For Its Faux-Fish
A Rochester eatery is one of six restaurants from around the country being highlighted in PETA's Top Faux-Fish Dishes of 2021 article. Old Abe & Co., located at 832 7th St NW in Rochester, was featured by the animal rights organization and will receive a framed certificate for its Spicy Salmon dish that contains no salmon.
When you order the Spicy Salmon at Old Abe's you'll get a "hearty bowl of brown sushi rice topped with sriracha-spiked “salmon” salad, sesame radish, and crunchy chickpea puffs and dressed with gochujang aioli." See what it looks like and read about the other winners here.
PETA President, Ingrid Newkirk, said, “Old Abe & Co.’s flavor-packed vegan sushi bowl is the perfect fish-friendly way to celebrate Pisces season. Every eatery on PETA’s list is making a splash with diners who recognize fish as the sensitive individuals they are, are concerned about the state of our oceans and rivers, or just want to reduce their cholesterol.”
If you've never been to Old Abe or never eaten vegan food you should plan a visit. Their website explains, "Old Abe & Co. serves vegan specials include its award-winning banh mi, rice bowls, BLTs, sriracha brats, and daily specials. Old Abe’s drink menu is eclectic, including the best NiTRO cold brew in town and vegan smoothies such as the popular G.O.A.T. Old Abe also serves locally brewed beers and, wine and select cocktails."
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