With the modern European feel - the place offers local produce and incorporating healing ingredients in their menu.
From millet, quinoa, kale, pear, asparagus - this place is all geared up to please the vegetarian palate for sure and non vegetarian need not be disappointed they have a large array of nom vegetarian options too.
This time around we tried most of the vegetarian options and we could not have asked for more.
Sumac flavoured foxtail millet breakfast pilaf on Beetroot hash,
Winter pear salad with blanched Almonds and broccoli with light sesame dressing,
Warm quinoa Buddha bowl,
(My personal favourite) Winter roast harvest spices nuts and overnight marinated chargrilled cauliflower and baby carrots on a bed of pumpkin mash,
Spinach stuffed chicken breast served with apple house salad,
Bistro classic Korean rice bowl and
Orange cilantro root flavoured sole fish served with kale and rocket salad grilled carrots and asparagus - for the non vegetarian in me.
We could not resist ordering some desserts - 'coz why not and it turned out to be the best decision -
Peanut butter Cheesecake (My Favourite) was amongst the best I have tasted recently and classic Tiramisu never disappoints.
Overall it was a nice mix of familiar flavours mixed with modern European cuisine - each complimenting the other and enhancing the dish.