This roomy and attractive restaurant provided such a delightful dining experience that I returned two nights later for an equally fabulous meal. The best feature was a full menu of creative, generously portioned options. The restaurant has beautiful art work of happy animals alone the walls and a mini book store of essential healthy eating reads (like How Not to Die, by Michael Greger).
The food is a healthy type of vegan, emphasizing fresh, organic greens and other seasonal, well chosen vegetables. Both my visits featured friendly, attentive service (2 different servers) and a warm greeting by the owner Gwyn (dinner #2).
I started both dinners with a terrific blueberry flavored Kombucha. I also opted for the side salad which had a variety of unusual greens, including beet greens, thinly sliced beets, red beans, apple, sprouts, and a wonderful, but not overwhelming dressing.
One night I had the stir fry, featuring broccoli, portobello mushrooms and many other vegetables over brown rice. Flavorful and filling. The second night I had the mac and cheese (a cashew based cheese - yum!) also featuring broccoli. The vegetables were perfectly cooked to the right level of crispness. Again filling - so much so, there was enough for lunch the next day.
Although the desserts looked terrific - I was too stuffed to indulge. Will definitely return with my wife some time, so we can share one!
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