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Review: Part of it is that I had just suffered through days of variations of bread and salad at a conference where the eating places didn't know what to do with vegetarians, but I would have been delighted with this place in any event. The menu was fantastic with a good variety of foods, the cafeteria-style food was fantastic, and the portions were larger than expected -- I'm afraid I over-ate at the first meal, and learned to adjust later. We went there four times in July, 2009, which was every lunch and dinner time we had available. They also had fantastic cakes and pies for desserts, and separately sold whole-wheat baked goods (cinnamon rolls, veg and tofu stuffed croissant, sweet-potato-and-pineapple turnover) that allowed us to buy a couple more meals for the Sunday on which they were closed. It is a bright and cheerful place and the staffpeople were all quite friendly. This is a place that's definitely worth going out of the way for.