Housed in a narrow, candle-lit dining hall with an open kitchen, low-slung tables, and rugs as decoration, the menu here goes one step beyond the normal veggie options with its unlikely roster of Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mexican plates, along with pizza. Mixed thalis and mezze are delicious; there is also a choice of chunky salads with quinoa, tempeh, and soba noodles. Downsides? The ethnic music can get a bit irksome, there’s no alcohol, and it’s closed at lunchtime (a shame as this would make a great sightseeing pit stop).