.flux wrote:It was an omni place but they are now fully veggie. Very nice, fresh food and reasonably priced.
The sticky toffee pudding with thyme custard was gorgeous.
.flux wrote:Two of us shared 3 dishes and a pudding plus tea and coffee and it was £16, it was filling enough.
.flux wrote:The food is really good quality and much of it made from scratch, even things like rosemary flatbread tasted freshly baked and I would expect these prices for a bistro/bar. Two of us shared 3 dishes and a pudding plus tea and coffee and it was £16, it was filling enough. Considering we spent 2 hours hanging out there it was a very good deal!
When I went there they weren't open during lunchtimes yet so you may want to feedback and suggest they offer a cheaper lunchtime option, the clientele and their expectations will be different at that time of day than for a slow dinner or drinks with tapas. Like all small businesses they are probably still finding their feet and I got the feeling that they are quite responsive
spike wrote:Anyone been in Earth lately?
spike wrote:Hmm. I will investigate further.... I was expecting somewhere like Earth or Oklahoma so was surprised at how swanky it looked.
Hiking Fox wrote:spike wrote:Hmm. I will investigate further.... I was expecting somewhere like Earth or Oklahoma so was surprised at how swanky it looked.
Last time I went in Oklahoma, I paid over £5 for a baked sweet potato that was the size of a starter; one of the lettuce leaves in the side salad actually covered it. Did I go on a bad day, or has it really gone downhill?
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