We stopped in for a light lunch after wandering around town. It's well decorated - lots of colours and neat details - and the menu had a good range of lighter options. We visit Italy for at least a couple of weeks each year and often crave something different to "menu tipica" or "local speciality". In other words - non-"Italian". In many tourist towns this is very hard to find but we generally have success with independent vegetarian places even though both of us eat meat. This was no exception, the owner obviously cares about the food and his customers and was friendly and helpful. The lunch items we had (falafel, vege croquettes, aubergine parmagiana) were tasty and the desserts were excellent. A vegan chocolate cake and a cheesecake. Highly recommended. They also do a selection of independent craft beers and soft drinks.