I think what saves this place is the art galleries and the location. It would be a hidden gem if the food was great, but it's really not. I came here with my family for a birthday lunch, and none of us were impressed with our food. I ordered the pad thai, but it was basically spaghetti with a sweet tomato sauce. My dad and brother liked the soup, but that was all I heard any praise for. The service wasn't good either. There were three different waiters who waited on us and seemed zoned out, as we tried to get their attention at different times. They have a coffee bar inside with limited seating, as most of the seating is outside in the garden with umbrellas to shield you from the sun. It's a very pretty area, with a few outdoor pieces, but the highlights are really the two galleries inside. They have some amazing sculptures and paintings by artists in the area which are up for sale. Maybe I'd recommend this place for coffee or tea, but definitely not food. Family friendly and dog friendly.