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Review: ... and the food is good, too. I ate at the 13th note a few times, and always made sure to leave room for pudding. Last time I was there in July 2008, and the menu has changed a little from my previous visit. I had lemon grass, ginger & parmesan risotto cakes which were amazing and served with spinach & sweet potato coconut curry and flatbread, I think it was one of the best dishes I had there (for Â£6.75), though the flatbread wasn't really necessary (I ended up leaving it on the plate to leave room for the cheesecake). I had a taste off someone else's plate, roasted herb & garlic vegetable & spinach lasagne, served with napoli sauce and garlic bread (Â£5.95), and except the garlic bread, which wasn't very garlicy, it was brilliant. Now, the cheesecake... is amazing, Â£4.25 for a fat slice and 80p for toppings, I usually go for fruit of the forest in sauce, but the toffee sauce is pretty good too. The strawberry is rather disappointing. Food-wise, it's the best veggie restaurant I've tried. Venue-wise, I really love all the different sections - bar, restaurant seating area and the live gigs downstairs, but it might not suit everyone. I also like their attitude with vegan courses being unmarked, and veggie ones being distinguished with a 'v', but it might be confusing at first.