The cafe is a vegetarian one but it does cater to vegans and we discovered the chef who was cooking for us that day was a vegan, herself. From the front, the venue isn't all that impressive but when you step inside, it is quite nice. There are blended teas for sale, raw desserts, plus vegan/gluten free/vegetarian books for sale, amongst a few other items. As you venture further in, there is a nice indoor dining area and beyond that, a large outdoor dining space. We opted to sit outside as it was such lovely weather. There is a plant nursery attached to the property on the side, so it made a lovely green environment to sit in.
The breakfast menu has a few gluten free options which was great for me. I ordered the buckwheat pancakes with blueberries which are one of my favourite fruits. Normally, buckwheat does not agree with me (I have tried buckwheat pasta) but I had no problem with these pancakes. They were thick and tasty and came with delicious cashew cream and maple syrup.
Others at the table tried out a few of the other vegan breakfast options such as the Spicy Mexican Scrambled Tofu, Spicy Homemade Beans, and the Big Breakfast.
After our meals, we had a look around in the plant nursery which had all sorts of plants from herbs, to shrubs, to vegetables. And the prices were very reasonable.
I would definitely like to go back to this cafe, perhaps for lunch or dinner next time.
For details of their address, opening hours and menus, check out their website.