This is something quite different and you need to give it a go! All food is raw and often dehydrated. They were recently a small counter-service but now they are an actual restaurant. It is vegan food, by the way.
I really enjoyed the food because it had a very different flavour which my palate enjoyed. It was still simple though -- creative in some ways, but they don't make use of herbs, spices, and the like.
The cost of the food was a bit high for the portion size, I found, and location-wise it's just as hard to find as when it was a counter-service.
The service was kind of nonchalant, but they were still friendly.
I had the raw falafel, which I liked but I was still hungry afterwards. I wanted to try the raw pizza but the crusts had not been prepared yet when I had arrived.
I did love their carob dessert, but most people do prefer chocolate over carob so I may be in the minority. I'm not entirely sure whether the carob can be legitimately considered raw (you can find articles on the veracity of its extraction/processing on the internet).
Try it if you're a raw foodist, and even if you aren't though. I think it's worth getting a feel for.