OK, I am not a vegetarian, but I was nearby and was hungry so I thought I would try it. Asked what the most popular dish was, and they served me a sandwich/veggie burger. The taste was OK, but the texture of the 'bread' material was dry and if it wasn't 'good for you', I probably wouldn't have eaten it. It was $15.95 I think, so it wasn't cheap. It was interesting, but in the end, it was expensive. The ambiance is stark white, and others who are taking take out stand around so it isn't comfortable to sit and eat. I did have one of their macaroons though, which was a great way to get rid of the taste from the veggie burger - it was quite good, and reasonably priced. Overall, it is OK, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who isn't flying the vegetarian flag, or isn't uber uber (read - over the top) conscientious about their diet.
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