This is a pleasant restaurant in downtown St. Pete, not far from the Dali Museum. We had no problem finding parking in the area.
The outside area is shaded and congenial in a quiet tropical courtyard and the inside is in a darker pub-like room. We had the lunch buffet for $10 which turned out to be a great deal. They had a couple of entrees (fish in coconut sauce and stir-fry chicken). There were hot vegetables sauteed in wine, potatoes, and rice, and then a whole salad area that included fruit and cheese tortellini. There was plenty for the vegetarian to eat, including a decent hummus (not home made) and a black bean salad.
Apart from the fruit, there was nothing else sweet on the buffet, but the cafe has desserts on the menu.
The decor is pleasant and apart from some giggling ladies a few tables away, it was relatively quiet and peaceful -- a perfect get away from the hot, bustling city. Service was quick and efficient and friendly.
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