What a quaint, lovely little cafe. It feels like you're in someone's nicely-decorated living room. Best of all, this living room is filled with a variety of vegan baked goods, from cupcakes to cookies to puddings.
I came around 4 p.m. for some afternoon snacks and tea. I had a pot of loose-leaf black tea ($3.50) and a dessert special, the coconut rice pudding with mango sauce ($6.95). First, I liked that they have proper loose-leaf tea, and didn't decay to the level of just tossing a Lipton bag in a pot and charging me a 500% markup on it.
The coconut rice pudding was really tasty. I wish the mango had been ripe (it was still tart and hard), but the fresh red strawberry added a goodly amount of sweetness. The portion size was pretty small considering the price, but it was still a nice afternoon indulgence.
I got a German chocolate cookie ($2) to go. The cookie ended up being great, too, with a great interplay of coconut and cocoa.
I can't wait to return to MangeTout to try some of their main dishes.