We had been hiking for about 2 hours, I read good and bad reviews. My husband prefers organic to anything else, but this is also vegan and raw, so be advised if you are not into that the food might not taste good. No dairy, no eggs, no cheese (soy cheese), you get the idea.
We went at a very busy time and waited about 5 minutes for a table. My husband got an avocado salad he loved and the thai coconut soup, which is served cold. He also got the Spring Dragon tea which we bought a box of before leaving.
I got the kefir parfait, it was delicious and I bought a bag of their homemade granola to go and had some this morning with my yogurt. I also ordered the gluten free banana bread with almond butter. I put some cinnamon on that because it was rather bland, I have had better gluten free banana bread, but again this did not contain eggs either, so understandable. I expected much more for my $8 though on that bread plate. There were two small pieces of bread. I also got the hot chocolate, dark cacao beans with almond milk, not very sweet, but satisfied my chocolate need.
It was still worth the visit, we bought a few more of their products, kale chips, dried mulberries and some other granolas, all of which are very good snack foods. I understand it is more expensive to purchase and create gluten free, organic, vegan fare, but some things were a bit overpriced.
It was cold, but we went to the garden area which would be lovely in the warmer weather. My husband would have reviewed this as a five start.
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