I ate here with 2 vegans and a few others that eat anything as well as a couple repeat customers. The general consensus was the salads were ok to good, the chili was bland (you might want to find the hot sauce, one comment was it tasted like it came out of a can...), the "fish" tacos were a polite "ok", and the burgers sampled were not as good as BK-vegi or anything frozen you might pick up at the market. There was plenty of ketchup and mustard - that helped. For the vegans, they loved being able to choose anything off the menu. For the rest, they won't be coming back as there are so many other places with much better tasting food. Oh - the cauliflower-potato mash with gravy... I had much higher expectations since I do this at home, but somehow they managed to misplace all the flavor and it tasted pretty much like gloppy school food. A couple positives - the carrot cake was good, they did not over salt, fresh ground pepper was available, and the drinks were self-serve. Textures (except for the potato mash) were good but this place needs to understand the importance of culinary aromatics!
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