The ambience of this cosy little restaurant is lovely and their collection of LPs and classic movie soundtracks is delightful. The food is wholesome and tasty but somewhat unremarkable. My friends had the pasta and eggplant parmigiana. I chose the giambotta because I prefer vegan food that consist of vegetables rather than processed foods, but found that it tasted rather like a bland chinese stir-fry, with strong hints of garlic but no rosemary, thyme or other herbs. Still, the vegetables were fresh and crisp and not overcooked. Service is pleasant and they remembered our request for no plastic straws as we had brought our own stainless steel straws. We didn’t have time for dessert or to try their durian pizza this round, so I would like to return to try other items on their menu.