Had dinner at Adam's Mountain Cafe and we had a good meal. We were warmly welcomed by the hostesse and seated in a light open room with decent space to the neighbouring table. The menu is small with interesting ethnic influences and there is a good mix of meat/fish and vegetarian/vegan dishes. There are vegan, gluten and dairy free desserts on the menu which are clearly labelled. The food was well seasoned, nicely presented and had good texture. We both enjoyed the sesame tofu with which we substituted the meat on our dishes.
The bill for two came at $81 including wine and dessert which was decent for the quality and taste of the food. Can definitely recommend this restaurant.
Cons: Bottled iced tea