It is a set-menu, macrobiotic restaurant. They serve a soup as an opening, then a main dish with cereals, some legumes and some salad. You may top it with a dessert (2 or 3 choices). The food comes with warm Bancha tea.
Pros: it's cheap (around 12€ per person), peaceful (you are requested to switch your mobile off), there's usually no need to reserve and there's a little shop of bio food inside the restaurant.
Cons: They don't use much wholemeal grains (but they have a good choice of them on sale in the shop). The food is very simple, most of the time just boiled and spiceless.
NB Its correct name is "Un Punto Macrobiotico" (UPM)
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