You might be forgiven for suspecting that a restaurant which exists to provide homeless people with jobs (yes, that's an over-simplification but you get the idea) might be worthy but somehow lacking in the qualities that make a good restaurant: quality food and professional service. But, in that case, you would be pleasantly surprised. This is a good restaurant, regardless of its stated mission. The menu is varied and interesting, the food tasty, the presentation brilliant and the service pretty good. The service was not fast but, personally, that suits me. I don't go out to dinner to have a quick bite and don't want to be rushed out so that the table can be re-used. We sat chatting for almost an hour after finishing our meal and there was no hint that they wanted us to leave. Go there - do some good and have a good meal.
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