Review: This restaurant looks lovely. I walked in and was instantly charmed. Surprisingly quiet for a Thursday night for such a gorgeous little intimate venue... The man who showed us to the table was fantastic. Very patient and kind - explained well when we asked about items on the menu. Food seemed a little too affordable - mains were only Â£7-Â£8ish. However when you add a side (which I think most needed), it made a more standard Â£10 for a main. Unfortunately the food sounded so exciting but I wasn't blown away... neither were the people I dined with which was a shame. It had so much potential! My main was the best of the three, pasta with butternut and a sage sauce. I ordered a side of curly kale with chilli and garlic. We had planned to have pudding, but they took so long to come and ask us what we wanted that we had to give it a miss or we risked being late for the show. (I'd mentioned that we were seeing a show at the time of booking too!) Although the house wine is only Â£12.50 (reasonable) the starting price for a bottle of vegan wine was Â£18.50 - much too steep and definitely put us off buying a bottle to share. A glass for Â£4.50 was ok, but worth noting if you plan to spend a longer evening there! A shame as with just a little tweaking of flavour and a little speedier service this could be a really top notch veggie restaurant.