“We wanted a place that feels like our home, ” says Coralie Jouhier, the co-owner of Afro-Caribbean vegan café Jah Jah by Le Tricycle. Her approach to vegan fare—and the space in which she serves it—dispels any stale stereotypes that might cling to ethical eating. “A lot of people thought vegan food was only eating salad or that it was a ‘white’ thing, ” says Jouhier, whose mother and father hail from Martinique and Senegal respectively and raised her on This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty Buy Now Related Stories Food Issue 30 Flynn McGarry Nikolaj Hansson meets Flynn McGarry, the New York–based chef, on the eve of his 20th birthday and asks: What next? Food City Guide Sonny A Copenhagen coffee shop influenced by the traditions of French wine making. Food City Guide Apollo Bar & Kantine A Copenhagen museum café where guests dine in the company of statues. Food Issue 27 Pierre Touitou A lesson in Parisian profanities with the chef behind Vivant. Food Eating in Paris with Tatiana & Katia Levha Sisters and owners of the Parisian bistro Le Servan, Tatiana and Katia Levha share their favorite spots for eating out in the French capital. Arts & Culture Food Issue 43 Cold Comfort The plain decency of a doorstep casserole.