I love the food here, but some things are overpriced. My child's strawberry banana smoothie was $10. Their juice prices are not bad, but they add a lot of Apple to cut down on their costs. I saw a list of their prices just a few years ago and the prices have almost doubled. That's a little high in my opinion.
The have really good food, but zero nutritional information available if you ask. So you have no idea how many calories or carbs are in the food.
I would love to see kids size items and prices.
I also would love to see an expanded juice menu.
The Thai salad is good, but it's mostly all carrots. It would be nice if it had other vegetables in it besides 80% carrots.
It's about $17 for a small dish to eat and a juice. The quality is very good.
I give it 4 stars only because I love dairy free options and the food tastes good.
I was fairly turned off by the fact that on the receipt it shows tip percentages to tip like this is a regular sit down service restaurant. It's more like a take out sandwich shop where you don't really tip unless they do something great. I was turned off by the implication that we should even consider tipping 10%. I tip if they do something great when I am ordering at the counter, but not just because they made me food.
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