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by comida

Review: For appetizers we had the Tamari drenched roasted Pumpkin & Sunflower Seeds (v/gf/ta) £2.85 and the Fabulous Garlic Focaccia (vo) £4.40. For our main courses we had Elephant and Rocket oil £10.50 and Smoked Sakuri Soba (v/gf) £10.95. They were all very good, although my seeds and soba were both on the salty side. I don't understand why people complain that this restaurant is expensive, so I've listed the prices so you can judge for yourself. For this level of presentation and the ingredients that they used, I would say it's a fair price. They had a few desserts suitable for vegans, but I was too full to try any of them. The churros sound good (albeit fried), but I might try that next time. I've had better food and I've had worse, but I would come back again.


Posted by kennyp353 on Friday, February 22, 2013
Good to see the prices in 2009, confirming what I thought which is that they'd jacked up the prices a lot lately - 40% in 3 years. In May 2012, everything's £14.75-ish.
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