This is a charming place to stop for a vegetarian/vegan-friendly lunch. Our party was excited by the menu, tho ultimately of mixed feelings about the food.
The kale chips, as noted by other reviewers, are a high point. Meals came with a generous portion. Our party enjoyed the quinoa bowls very much; a nice mix of grains and verggies - they tried the revitalive bowl and the mexi bowl.
The wraps, while full of tasty ingredients, suffered from being gluten-free and grain-free. I bet they'd be a big hit among the gluten-free-needing crowd, but if you don't have to be gluten-free, these were a bit of a disappointment. My husband enjoyed his falafel wrap, and I thought my un-tuna was just ok; not very tuna-like and not that great in its own right.
The chai latte was a gritty disaster. None of us tried the juices, which range from 5-10 dollars each.
We also did not try the desserts and confections, which I regret because they looked dazzling. That (plus the kale chips) might make it worth a repeat visit....
The building has a bookshop, bike store, and other little shops to browse while you wait for your order. The tables are outside the shop in the corridor. They are not cleaned too frequently. But otherwise seating was quite pleasant.
Overall - worth visiting,get the bowls, skip the wraps, double up on the kale chips, go for dessert and tell me about it!
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