At this upscale cafeteria you serve yourself from an outstanding informal vegetarian buffet and then grab a table in the vast dining room, where brick walls and decorative plants create an inviting setting. Plates are weighed to determine the price, but a maximum price policy pegs the top charge at $12.95 for lunch and $15.95 for dinner, not counting desserts, soups, or beverages. Hot and cold dishes, all health-conscious in some way, include stir-fry tofu and ratatouille
with couscous, seitan, pizza, hazelnut cake, sugar pie, and fruitcake.
May 20, 2005
The atmosphere was great, however watch your portions, I had a moderatly full plate, figuring that i'd keep it light... but because of the weight it ended up being around $16. Plus a $2 drink and then a tip, not within the $8-12 range realisticlly. Worth it for the 12-20$ range perhaps