The main restaurant, upstairs, offers four dishes daily, plus salads and soup. It's self-service and pricing is by weight, so you can mix them as you wish. For the last hour of each day (16.00 to 17.00), hot food is half-price (50 cents rather than 1 euro per 100g).
The food itself is decent and filling rather than exciting: this is mainly a place for refuelling lunchtime customers. The decor is quite pleasant, however.
Vegan dishes are indicated, and the menu tags each dish with numbers identifying possibly allergenic ingredients. Slightly worryingly, number 4 is fish, but it may be that this is a leftover from the days when this was not a fully veggie restaurant. I have never seen fish on the weekly menu when I have visited.
Updated from previous review on Thursday February 06, 2014Pros: Good value, Pleasant decor
Cons: Basic food, Question mark over fish