Respond to Review of Rainbow Vegetarian Cafe
Review: We went there on a Saturday in January at around 2pm. We had to wait for half an hour for a seat. After 2.30pm, the place got less crowded. At least people don't have to wait for a table. We had garlic bread with sun-dried tomato and cheese as starter. The tomatoes were very very very salty. We took champignon en croute (wild mushroom wrapped in puff) and vegan artichoke parcel. Both courses came with basic brown rice or pasta and vegetable salad. Nothing inspiring. The pastry parcel was good, but the mushroom puff was so so. These two are "super special" which takes 20 minutes to cook. (My partner suggested not to take anything from the super special, instead just choose from the main courses.) The portion of every dish is just right. But after the starter and maincourse, we thought a dessert would be making us too full. (We shared the starter.) The elderflower juice with spring water (bottle) tastes very good. The starters are around 3-4 pounds, maincourses around 9 pounds and juices are around 2 pound. The cafe closes on Sunday and Monday.