I really want to like this place, but the price and service always lets it down. The limited food selection is different than any other restaurant in the area ... and this part of town sorely needs this type of restaurant. The food is always good. The portions is a bit small, especially considering the price one pays. Want a sugar-free drink, you're limited to water or coffee. Depending on how busy the coffee shop is, food service can be very slow. During one visit, I waited over 10 minutes for my soup & salad, and they forgot my gluten-free bread, which is part of the meal. Having said all that, I do still go to the 208, however, not as often as I would like to.