I had lunch here today and I have a wealth of positive things to say.
1stly it feels like quite a spacious environment. Its not the biggest room in the world (neither is it the smallest). Rather than being packed to full seating capacity, the environment has a more optimised seating arrangement to contribute to the relaxed atmo. The decor is contemporary with a clear intention of creating a 360 degree experience of not just eating but creating relaxation.
Its all vegan. I asked if there was any soup on the menu and was told no, but they rustled me a gaspacho easily enough. It was very pleasant, neither too subtle nor overpowering.
Main course,I asked for a recommendation and had the brazil burger. It came with a nicely dressed salad, a couple of small pieces of onion bread, a couple of dips and some stuff that was like a purple coleslaw (I have probably described that completely inaccurately and apologise to the kitchen staff if the coleslaw description is beyond comedic). The burger has cashew cheese on top.
Last but no means least, I had a drink. I asked for the almond milk shake (home made almond milk), which was with cacao, dates, vanilla and banana among other things. I was told almond milk was finished so instead was offered same concoction but with pecan ice cream instead. Again very pleasant other than giving myself ice cream brain freeze.
The staff were thoroughly pleasant. There was other things going on such as tarot readings and head massage if that is your thing.
Overall this a very enjoyable experience. One thing I would say though is that it would be for anyone on a tight budget (£23 for the above 3 items).Pros: All vegan, Interesting & tasty food, Staff
Cons: Not for a shoe string budget