It's nice to go to a place that supports local suppliers and brewers. We arrived here at 1:30 for lunch, thinking the worst of the lunch crowd would have passed. But it was still quite busy and we had to wait about 15 minutes for a table. Staff were very helpful in letting us know what our wait would be. Once seated we were impressed with the menu. Lots of vegetarian options and the specials looked good. I had a local beer that I hadn't tried before and was pleased with it. I ordered one of the pasta specials. When it came and I started eating it, I realised that they had brought the wrong one. But it was so good that I didn't mind and kept on eating it. My wife had the soup and salad and was impressed with the flavours. We enjoyed the food, although we weren't that impressed with the flatbread that accompanied our meals. It was dry, and more like a cracker. The one downside--and it's a big one for us--is the noise. Even when the restaurant emptied to half capacity, the noise level was really high. I'm not sure if it's because of the nature of the physical space, the kids in the restaurant, or that everyone just used loud voices, but it was not the most pleasant ambience for a quiet conversation. So thumbs up for the food, but thumbs down for the ambience.