We were drawn to this restaurant by the promise of gluten-free options (I have coeliac disease), and we weren't disappointed. The menu is concise but with plenty of gluten-free choices - including three desserts! We went for the Mexican plate (GF) and the burger (not GF) - both generous portions and beautifully flavoured - with a side order of GF bread. The waitress warned us that the bread would take 40 minutes to bake, but it was worth the wait to be served with a steaming hot, crunchy little baguette. We were full after the main course but couldn't resist sharing a pudding - we opted for the NY cheesecake, lovely! The whole evening felt very relaxed and laid back, with plenty of time to chat and watch as more and more people were tempted in from the street. By the time we left (9.45 pm), the restaurant had quite a buzz!
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