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Second time lucky! I came here to eat a few days ago but it was closed due to a private event. I had to eat in the front of the café as in the back there room was a meditation group going on. The staff...More
The food is delicious, and it's a must-try!
As a vegetarian to raw-vegan for quite some time I could not imagine the dishes could be so great: taste explosion. The staff, location and ambiance are great. Recommend it!
Like the concept but our lunch here missed the mark. The salad was just raw veggies and a boring dressing that lacked any flavor. The oat “meatballs” was flavorless and needed more herbs and spices. Service was lacking as well.
Lovely food. I had the ‘Rawdia bowl’ and seed bread and my friend had the ‘Rawdia salad’ and corn bread. The food really was great - very tasty, good portions & reasonably priced. We would have tried the amazing look cakes if we weren’t so...More
Lovely restaurant. Friendly service. We had the chickpea and leek soup, one of us had meatballs with cauliflower mash and the other had the rawdia bowl. The only problem was they were out of English breakfast tea so we shared a delicious raw chocolate cherry...More
We stumbled across this restaurant by accident as it is just off the main square and really doesn't advertise itself.
The service was friendly and quick. The food was great quality and tasty - good choice too. Their chocolate and cherry dessert was a delight....More
The restaurant is very nice and the employees were very thoughtful. The starters came quickly such as the food. Good quality but perhaps a little expensive. Overall I would recommend for a nice vegan meal occasionally.
The sign at the front says open daily, the first time we tried to go it was closed. The entrance is through a horrible metal cage, then once upstairs there are no staff on the floor, the guy behind the glass window in the kitchen...More