This post was written by Contributor and Photographer: Elena Eshleman

Whether you are a vegan, vegetarian, or meat-eater, you can find something delicious to eat at Westville restaurants. Westville, four of which are scattered around Manhattan, provide costumers with fresh, feel-good food at a reasonable price. I visited Chelsea’s Westville location, and I was not let down. I left satisfyingly full without breaking the bank. The environment was welcoming and casual, with large windows drawing you in to the intimate setting with small tables and a talkative crowd. 

Although Westville caters to all diets, what the restaurant is most well known for is its extensive selection of fresh market vegetables. For fifteen dollars, you have a choice of 4 vegetables, all prepared differently and piled on a large platter. For once, you are going to want to save your vegetables for last.

After browsing through a long list of veggies, I decided on quinoa, sweet potato tots, artichokes, and brussel sprouts. The food came out quickly and piping hot, a platter of vegetables that almost looked too good to eat (but I seemed to manage). Everything was delicious, from the seasonings to the honey Sriracha sauce. It was enough to share, so I would recommend bringing a friend and feasting on a smorgasbord of beautifully prepared, fresh vegetables.

And if veggies aren’t your thing, Westville still has a variety of options. They add their own twist to traditional American dishes, which makes it easy for everyone to find something that they like. You can pop in early for a classic egg sandwich for Sunday brunch, or chow down on a burger and hot dog instead (there are even vegetarian and vegan alternatives for these as well)!  

Westville has mouth-watering food that everyone can enjoy, no matter their dietary preferences. Whether you are ordering a vegetable platter to be delivered to your doorstep or meeting with friends for lunch, Westville is an affordable option for delectable food.