We went to Driving Creek Café on a cold, rainy day, having heard about this café from our Lonely Plant Guidebook. I was impressed at how good the food was, with some creative things on the menu, certainly not the drab, repetitive fare that you often find in restaurants that focus on ethical, organic food instead of flavor. The ambiance was strong, and the restaurant had a unique personality, with reggae pulsating through the ceramic floored dining area, asnd muse art punctuating the homely colored walls. I saw a couple of monks. The waiters were humorous and the service was relatively fast. There was a second hand bookshop that seemed to invite the customer to stay. All of the dishes we stried were very good. The lasagna was delicious, the crepes impressive, and the more unusual dishes like mushrooms with blue cheese sauce were delectable. There was an appetizing collection of juices and smoothies, and all the ones we samples were fantastic. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Driving Creek Café, and would recommend it to all who visit there- but a note to all carnivores; they do not serve meat.
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