Selland’s salads

illustration by KYLE SHINE

Recently, SN&R reviewed Selland’s Market-Café’s new spot at 915 Broadway, but today, lettuce focus on its vegan offerings. That’s right, it’s all about salads—though not all of them have lettuce. Of the nearly two-dozen items on Selland’s vegetarian menu, only seven are identified as vegan, and three of those are green salads. The remaining are premade cold salads: roasted beet, roasted cauliflower and chickpea, roasted broccoli and red pepper, seasonal fruit salad and Asian Noodle. The menu in the cafe doesn’t indicate vegetarian or vegan items as it does online, so plant munchers will have to use their memories—or smartphones—to confirm when ordering. Or ask the staff, which The V Word did when ordering the Asian Noodle salad as part of the Salad Trio ($9) and was told the noodles had egg in them. Say what now?