Being a vegetarian it sounds crazy going to a place like this, but I went anyway and enjoyed a lot the food I could eat.
I ordered the warm goat cheese as appetizer, that came with crispy fried slices of bread and sun-dryed tomatoes, followed by the vegetarian falafel as main course. Both dishes were simple (in the good way) but effectively presented, and they tasted really good.
I finished the dinner with an organic green tea and the coconut cream pie, that comes as big as in the samples they bring for the costumer to choose! Frustrated beforehand because it was delicious and I knew that I couldn't eat it all, I asked the really nice waitress that served me that evening if there was the possibility to take it home, she did it in a blink of an eye and I left Truluck`s with a fancy black bag that contained the remainders of my pie.
Most of the time we enjoyed an alive band, extremely professional and with the right amount of pop, jazz and classics to make everyone happy.
A really enjoyable experience that I recommend and that I would repeat more often if they'd have more vegetarian dishes!
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