The cafe is quite pleasant and always seems to be packed; they have a range of sandwiches, salads, with some raw and some cooked desserts also available.The cafe offers tasty organic treats, obviously there's a focus on health food but that doesn't mean you have to compromise on taste.
The café itself is a smaller section of the overall organic store, but has ample seating. There are a selection of freshly made juices and various teas boasting miraculous properties. The coffee is also good (as well as fair-trade and organic).
With nothing (as yet) but organic coffee, acai bowls, protein shakes, freshly pressed juices and raw treats, the bar has a novel concept that is right on trend and will appeal to the growing market of 'clean eaters.' For those to whom the terms 'superfood' and 'clean eating' mean caped bananas and washed apples, a sign on the wall lists the 'superfoods' available (think chia seeds, maca, goji berries and the like) as add-ins to the menu items and their health benefit.