We went here on a trip we took for our anniversary. The restaurant itself is tiny and cute, but alas, not air conditioned. It was so hot inside that we elected to sit outside. It was hot outside, but better. The planter we were seated next to had not been watered and so we spent the next two hours looking at half-dead flowers. Within 5 minutes of sitting down, two people sat down near us, not at a table, and began smoking. We do not smoke and so that was not only polluting, but unappetizing. When they finally finished their cigarettes, they got up and went into the restaurant and we realized the guy was sort of working at the restaurant, so you'd think he would know better. The waitress was amazing, she has to be the hardest working waitress in the city. She was selling the food and the concept for all she was worth and she was very sweet. What we realized in requesting vegan food is that hardly any of the food was fully vegan. In the end, I ate a couple of teeny tiny dishes and my husband ate several more because he is only vegetarian. And some of the food I had was bland. And my husband said some of his food was bland as well, despite how pretty it all looked on the plate. It was very expensive for what we got. We don't mind paying a lot, but you have to get more than this for it. It was sad because I got the feeling the chef really cares, but he needs to pick up his head from the stove and really see what's going on. We would never go back unless there was a transformation at the restaurant.
Cons: hardly any vegan food