Review: My family and I stumbled upon Cafe Gaia on a recent trip to Aarhus during their annual music festival, and it was like a secret vegetarian garden in the land of meat and more meat. We love Denmark, but anyone who travels or lives there will admit that there are not many all vegetarian restaurants in the country. As such, not only is Gaia a rarity, but it is a delicious one at that. My wife and I had the vegetarian Tapas, wch consisted of a selection of various salads, pesto tapenade, quinoa, and a choice of fresh baked regular or gluten free bread, and my son had a hummus and pesto sandwich. The Tapas was delicious, and my son said the sandwich was the best he had ever had. Also, don't miss the smoothies or the summer lemonade. I also want to take a m oment to say something about the staff and the atmosphere-both of which were wonderful. After several weeks on the road it just felt nurturing to be in an all vegetarian establishment. I felt like Gaia was caring for me through the food, the staff who helped us order in English, and the people playing music to entertain us.