We ordered the Spring Rolls, Curried Tofu, Rice and Peas, Corn on the Cob and Coleslaw. The spring rolls were hot, which was a good touch and lightly seared. Inside was an odd combination of plantain and avocado which becomes delicious when paired with the mango chutney but tastes slightly banana-y on its own. We hadn't realized that the spring rolls would come with a small serving of coleslaw, therefore making our order of coleslaw unnecessary and unwanted. The coleslaw was a mix of cabbage and peppers for the most part with a good sprinkling of black pepper and heavy on the vinegar. When the curried tofu came, we saw that rice and peas were included (which wasn't apparent from the menu we had read and again made our side of rice and peas unnecessary). The curried tofu was prepared carrot slices and chunks of something that appeared to be more seitan (in texture and in taste) than tofu. It was lightly spiced and the sauce was gravy-like in texture. Neither my BF or I was crazy about this dish. The last item we tried was the corn on the cob and I was surprised to only get a 1/3 cob of corn.
The atmosphere was pleasant with soothing background music, flickering tealights and people talking quietly over bottles of wine. Our server was friendly although I was irked she hadn't mentioned that 2 of the sides we had ordered came with the appetizer and entree (and it wasn't good enough to want to eat double amounts). I wouldn't go back again, partly because the food was only so-so and because there aren't any other vegan entrees left to try. Nice place for a first date but not for a hungry stomach wanting a full meal.