This organic café is a simple but bright space; a clean and natural-looking colour scheme of grassy green, white and brown are the overwhelming tones in the decor. There is a juice counter encased in interlocking chunks of wood, and tall stems of bamboo are dotted about the eatery. You can also see cooking activity taking place in the kitchen area directly behind you, separated from the dining room only by a panel of glass. The menu is a simple two-page list, nearly the same length as the number of fresh juices and organic teas and coffees available. Within that food list is an emphasis on baking and grilling – that is to say, healthier cooking methods. The dishes at Biorganic Café are simple and uncomplicated to very positive effect. There’s a definite sense that this food is low in salt and low in fat, but in no way does it lack flavour, and the eating experience is a nourishing and wholesome one.