The food here is excellent - and I'm fussy about food. That said, their business plan seems to need a little work. They offer only a prix fixe breakfast/brunch buffet at breakfast/brunch time for $9.00 - it is reasonable for what you can eat, but there may be some waste because it is once through and you don't know how much you will want, so you tend to take more than you might eat. And we went there the first time and everything in the buffet was great and something I would be happy to try; the next time we went, we didn't like one or two of the items on the menu. Had they offered a menu - say a bowl of porridge alone, we would have eaten there. I didn't try this place at dinner and I'm not a vegan, nor a vegetarian, but the food is delicious even for a non-Vegan. I highly recommend it, and keeping an open mind. I didn't try the coffee because I drink mine with half-and-half and almond milk or coconut milk just doesn't cut it for me. But they have a wonderful selection of teas.
Some of the service was excellent - some attitudinal - I guess they can tell I'm not a vegan.
It is self-serve for the food, they bring you the beverages, and you clear your own table. It is a learning experience designed to share the vegan message I think.
I went with my brother one time, and stopped by with my adult niece - so it isn't exactly couples, but family implies children.
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