It's all gluten-free so people like me who have to eat gluten-free (still a relatively new thing for me and only since 3 months) might get excited about it. It is in a fairly empty mall, small storefront with fluorescent lighting and boxes piled on old refrigeration units. Choice is limited. I had a pea soup which was warmish sort of and decent tasting. Also had 1/3 of a turkey panini. It had turkey ends and lettuce in it. That is it. The bread (rice-based) fell apart, which is normal but even grilled it tasted like sawdust with a baking soda flavour. Grilled lettuce is nothing to write home about. My partner had the Greek Pizza. Tasted OK, a little gummy but OK. Unless you live in North Van it seems not worth a trip for. Prices are high as for all gluten-free items anywhere. Hope someone else had a better experience. Maybe the cookies are better than the bread? Oh well. Staff are nice. Oh yeah, they also aren't licensed to fry so your eggs are poached or poached. The omelette must be a microwave deal or something.