There is even a section on the menu for Vegetarians! Le Bus serves up homemade soups, sandwiches and salads, made with their very own scrumptious breads. Everything is made from scratch with the freshest ingredients. I love that I can come here every day for a week and always order something different from the menu. The ambiance is great too.
Exposed brick, bright, open to Main Street, with outdoor seating in nice weather. What's not to love? As soon as we were seated, our waitress came over and brought us our bread basket. Tucked inside were four crusty slices of bread and a little butter. I indulged in the multigrain bread and it was divine. For lunch, I ordered the usual favorite
Vegetarian Chili: Ancho & new Mexican chilies, Chipotle peppers, vegetables, tomatoes, bulgar wheat & brown rice topped w/ cheddar cheese & sour cream. The chili was warm and thick with Bulgar wheat, giving a nice meaty consistency. I ate every last bite. I also ordered the Hummus Platter with roasted vegetable salad (eggplant, squash & zucchini), roasted red pepper, moroccan olives, multigrain pita & feta.The pita bread came out warm and tasted so fresh. The hummus was wonderful and I loved the Mediterranean olives and Feta. The grilled vegetable salad was a bit of a surprise. It was very chilled and probably should have been closer to room temperature, but there was no rival for the explosion of flavors. I don't know what Winnie put in those vegetables, but whatever it was, it was fantastic. Our waiter was great, of course. The cost of lunch for two was around $30, and that was with water. Le Bus is here to stay in Manayunk and it's really earned it's place!