We went here for lunch and were pleasantly surprised. The space is a cross between a coffee shop and a diner. The menu has some very interesting choices which makes this stand out from typical suburban diners. I had a veggie korma which was tasty and filling. My only criticism is that the rice was a bit dry, but it was good for soaking up the sauce. My wife had soup and a couple of salads. This turned out to be too much, and we ended up taking the Asian slaw home to have with dinner. The flavours were fresh and interesting. We'll be back.
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