Good food can speak for itself; this menu screams. I agree with the tenor of Fris B's review, the dominant flavours here are pretension and affectation. The dips were bad; the juices good. Simple sliced vegetables but the two dips to scoop were very small in quantity and not pleasant. Despite its name the Bakti Bliss was a well balanced and good tasting drink as was the Banana Dharma. The wrap was good; the daily special of "Pad Thai" was acceptable. Simple in its elements, reasonable presentation but rather spoilt by that menu which made it difficult for me to eat it in public - "served with sweet tamarind juices of love", actually it was drowned in them.
The cakes looked good but we did not try them. We could not bring ourselves to try the teas. "Hand picked from 800 year old wild trees by families who trace their lineage back 2 000 years so the chi is strong .." or something, I was laughing at the pretension too much to remember any more.
If you are not in the target demographic, very clearly a twenty something female on her way to or from yoga; or if you are not there to prey on such targets, then you will be out of place. Be sure to avoid faux pas like not taking your shoes off to walk on the tiled floor even though the staff will keep their shoes on.
Overall, expensive for what are mostly simple ingredients but perhaps worth it if you need more comedy in your life, that menu will give you more pleasure than the food.
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