We came here yesterday after reading about this place on Happy Cow and discovered it was actually a place we'd happened upon about a year ago. (I had kind of suspected that by the address.) The cafe is set up in a small space that has some features of character: exposed brick (although I guess that is so everywhere now), an interesting door. The preparation takes place right out on the floor (no divided off spaces) and gives the place a busy feel. A few minutes after seating ourselves we were asked if we wanted coffees and ordered accordingly. A few minutes later our meal orders were taken. After my experience here I would reiterate what a previous reviewer has said: be prepared to wait some time for your food. The staff work with limited elbow room and, from what I could see, there is one person preparing food, one preparing (5 Senses) coffee and another waiting. Even taking this into account, I'm not really sure I found the waiting time of around half an hour acceptable. This will depend on your expectations, attitude and patience. I ordered the (vegan and previously recommended) CLT, which was fairly unremarkable, for around $10. The faux-bacony preparation made of smoked shaved coconut contained in this bagel was quite nice though, if a little sweet. My partner ordered a Border Crossing with a fried egg, jalapenos, mozzarella and mayo and reported this was nice. By the end of it our two bagels, three coffees and a Crumbs bakery vegan doughnut added up to $32. I'd say this place might see takeaway coffees as its principal business and this makes sense. They seem to do this part well. However, I forgot about this place for a year and can't see myself back here any sooner than that.
Cons: Long wait for food, Small space with limited seating