Posted on 05 / 16 / 2010
I went yesterday and it was okay. The quinoa with veggies was good, but it was a little skimpy on the avacado and at almost $10, I wouldn't drive out of my way to get there. The grilled tofu was disappointing, as it was not well-seasoned and very lightly grilled.
The wait staff was adequate, neither friendly nor grouchy. This restaurant struck me as a normal restaurant, and though they professed to be natural and healthy, I didn't see much indication of that, beyond choices for soy products (but also chicken) some (not all) organics and a wide variety of "smoothies".
I spent $21 (without tip) on a plate of qinuoa, a large carrot juice and a forgettable side of grilled tofu. I eat in Miami often, and I could have gone to any of the three other places listed nearby and gotten as much food, better tasting, and cheaper. Basically it seemed to me a regular restaurant that didn't sell meat products beyond chicken and fish.
clean, lots of parking