This is a very small restaurant with only a few tables, surrounded by cabinets packed with organic groceries. It's set in a heritage block of colourful buildings which makes for a lovely setting. The menu is very simple and consists primarily of noodles - i think there was only about one rice dish, which was essentially some brown rice topped with sesame and peanuts, surrounded by a few types of vegetables. There was also a salad on the menu which was small but really nice (feels so good to know the ingredients are organic, too!). We tried some black sesame noodles, miso soup noodles, the rice dish and the salad. The lady was obviously startled that we thought we could eat so much but it all went down no problems at all (we apparently are yet to pick up the Buddhist trait of eating only what you really need..;) All the dishes we tried were tasty, even more so because they don't use MSG or any other weird nasties. We picked up some organic soy sauce to take home and were delighted to see that it was produced locally.Pros: healthy lunches, tranquil setting, organic!
Cons: limited menu, mostly noodles