My friend and I came here for dinner, as it was in the vicinity of the National Gallery, which we had just been visiting late. On arrival, we chose to be seated in the lower, more dimly lit part of the dining area, which we then discovered had rather imposing lounge music being played by a band. Looking at the menu, we found the prices a little higher than we'd want, but decided to see what the food was like. For starters I ordered the bruschetta (£4.50), which was fine but not exciting. My friend ordered the soup (as she is wont to do when eating out), which was bean and cauliflower and she found it "pleasant." We also ordered beer which never arrived. For the main I had the Haggis Moneybag, which was vegan haggis encased in filo pastry. The haggis had a nutty texture and was quite dry, yet I was disinclined to use the accompanying sauce, which was a bit like what I can only describe as a thin, slightly fruity gravy. (I know it wasn't that but it tasted like that.) Kindly enough, the staff had agreed to substitute potato wedges for the potato and carrot mash. My friend had ordered the medium salad plate with three salads (£5.95) and was somewhat disappointed when presented with a smallish bowl of salad dominated by rice (from the tamari rice salad) and few vegetables. Likewise I found the portion size of my meal underwhelming for the price (£11.95). We did carry on to have dessert and both ordered the vegan cheesecake with vegan ice cream (£5.75). Unfortunately rather than a nicely set, sharply flavoured filling with a fruity topping, there was a mousse-like filling with all the fruit thrown in with it. Not brilliant. For this price I'm not sure we'd be back in a hurry.
Cons: Overpriced for the quality, portion size