I go to Finch's every two weeks or so, so I've tried a few things.
What I love most about the place is the quality of their food. They use fresh organic ingredients and they don't grease it up with oils and butters.
Regardless of the kind, their soups will always win you over. They're always hearty and flavorful.
I love their Sandalwood cheddar sandwich. I had it a few times because it's so good. It's all about the fresh tomatoes, loads of lettuce and the cheese. It doesn't need anything else.
I'm a regular of their house salad (slices of cucumber and pears, with chunks of blue brie and walnuts, drizzled with their sweet-dressing). I get cravings during the week. It's so good.
I also tried their cookies, brownie and ginger cake. So, so good. In my opinion, they are how pastries should be... yummy but not because it's so sugar, butter or oil-laden.
The decor is cute in its own rustic kind of way.
I am not a big fan of their coffee. These taste a little watered-down and they definitely need to arrange for more seating. That can get pretty frustrating.