The vegetarian breakfast restaurant Silence Heart Nest is coming back to life.
The veggie haven is run by devotees of a guru from Bangladesh, Sri Chinmoy. It started in the U District in the mid-80s, and moved to Fremont in 2005.
“We didn’t actually realize how much the restaurant meant to the community until we announced our closing a few weeks ago, and there was such an outpouring of love,” owner Nayak Polissar told the Times. “That was a big part of the inspiration to keep it going.”