|Sandwich served with salad tasty but pricey at $9. Personally, having enjoyed their legendary desserts for many years, I was disappointed in the small selection and at how expensive it was at their own store--$5/slice. If you're looking for a light meal in a beautiful outdoor seating, this is a great place.||tammy
|Very small menu, but it is a cafe after all. Tasty sandwiches, a tad on the expensive side for portion size and a little disappointed that the black china cake was so expensive considering they make it themselves. Can be found in other local establishments for a few dollars less. They also only had two coffee options (3 if you include espresso), and the soy milk used sadly curdled/separated in the coffee. They've got a great job on the decor/both inside and out given such a small space. I can see it being rather cold or snug in the winter months.||chris
|I've never been to the actual site but I've eaten their cakes at New World Vegetarian in Oakland and they were simply divine. I go to the restaurant just for the cakes. Even the frosting was amazing!!||TiannaSheehan
|With a huge mug of soy chai and a warm vegan scone, I could've sat in their restful little bamboo garden for hours.||kitzcatzhatz
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