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Review: Though more sophisticated in appearance, with lots of room, nicely spaced tables and a calm atmosphere, we found this place a lot less appealing than the lively, colourful and much more user friendly La Faim des Haricots, Toulouse's other main veggy place. For one thing there was much less choice - two hot dishes and fewer salad options. We were asked to decide at the outset whether we wanted to have a sweet and coffee (also what size coffee), and pay in advance. But by the time we came to select our sweets there was hardly anything left - just scraps of two or three unappealing dishes we wouldn't have chosen had we not already paid. Later the sweet section was replenished, but too late for us - especially as they have a rather too attentively enforced 'no seconds' policy. There was also a reminder that sweets were for the individual they were bought for, presumably to stop you paying for one and sharing between two. One other down was the bread, which was plentiful but dry, as if cut too soon. On the plus side, there was a wide of range of condiments to put on your salads, which were tasty and seemed to be vegan friendly. Some veggies might also like the fact that it seems to be more vegan friendly than the other place.