Feed Me

The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene.

It's Earth Day. Eat a vegetable.

There are plenty of restaurants in Nassau and Suffolk that feed the vegetarian appetite. Here are three that deserve your attention year-round.

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HOUSE OF DOSAS

An excellent southern Indian restaurant, House of Dosas stands out for its delectable namesake crepes, filled with potatoes, cheese and assorted spices. Uthappam, or pancakes made with rice and lentil flour, also are terrific, along with fried vegetable pakoras.

416 S. Broadway, Hicksville; 516-938-7517.

TIGER LILY CAFE

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Wraps, sandwiches, soups, and especially smoothies are the lure at Tiger Lily Cafe. The Provencal sandwich includes, Brie and pears; the Roma, mozzarella, tomatoes, and pesto. 

156 E. Main St., Port Jefferson; 631-476-7080.

TULA KITCHEN

This colorful restaurant is where to go for a tempeh Reuben or a lentil burger, spinach pie or sesame-crusted tofu, roasted asparagus and eggplant in almost any guise. Full-flavored and enjoyable.

41 E. Main St., Bay Shore; 631-539-7183.