well, i would actually recommend thai/chinese/indian food... the thai places i frequent are great, and will take the egg out of anything and replace meat w/ tofu instead. many sauces are soy-sauce based that they use. their menus are pretty honest and straightforeward, and note the vegetarian options. same with chinese/japanese. and there is tons of vegetarian indian food... there are actually two indian restraunts by me that are 100% VEGETARIAN, and one chinese/korean cafe that is 100% Vegetarian. they are mostly vegan as well.
if you want to find vegetarian/vegan restraunts around you, try this site...http://www.vegdining.com/Home.cfm
you just type in city and state, and it gives you all the veggie restraunts in your area.
as for other places... many italian chains use semolina pasta that has no egg in it... i'm pretty sure olive garden does. you can probably call and find out. and there are various restraunts that serve veggie burgers, sandwiches, subs, pitas, etc. some examples are dennys, chilis, baker's square, quizno's, subway, and many other places. hope this helps a little!
Originally Posted by scareyvegan
i eat middle eastern food, i avoid falafel because it is usually cooked with kibby
ok, what is KIBBY and why do they cook falafel with it? i have eaten falafel may a time and was not aware that it could be cooked in the same pan as some kind of meat stuff....