Tiny vegan haven
Posted on 10 / 25 / 2008
I visited at lunchtime, when €12.50 allowed me to fill a large plate from a selection of salads and hot items - a main course (stir fried tofu and vegetables) and a number of sides, including brown rice. Other possibilities included small plates or bowls for salads only. Soups, drinks and desserts were extra.
The space is tiny, with very little seating available. It was also not immediately obvious what the system was, or which end of the counter was which. The food itself is macrobiotic, and entirely vegan as far as I could tell. It was also solid and wholesome, although a little bland - though as we were there prior to a beer festival, this was an advantage.
The meat-eating partner opined that he was satisfied, though he wouldn't rush there himself.
The shop downstairs is full of interesting Japanese stuff, including kuruma-fu, which I've never seen outside Japan before.
brown rice, healthy food, vegan desserts
Not much seating, confusing at first, bland food