We stopped here for lunch today. The weather was beautiful and we hoped to be able to eat on the lovely porch...but alas, all the outside tables were occupied. So we went inside this large and charming old Lambertville Victorian house to eat. The interior was clean and simple but quite appealing. The laminated wood tables were modeled after tables created by the well known New Hope (PA) designer, Nakashima. The menu was sufficiently varied but somewhat unusual with a number of meat, vegetarian and vegan choices. We passed on the usual wraps and opted for two different salads, grilled chicken over couscous and vegetarian rice and beans (our party consisted of 4 adults and one child). The food was wonderfully flavorful and the portions, while luncheon sized, were quite adequate. Prices while not cheap were quite reasonable (the five of us ate for about $50 not including tip). Being that we live nearby, I'm sure we'll go back again soon.