I went with my wife who is vegetarian. I eat all food types but at home we only cook vegan food, so we are quite experienced with vegetarian places. For antipasti we had the mixed plate, this was the only enjoyable thing. For mains I had the spaghetti with seitan, which consisted of a small portion of spaghetti in cream with some tiny pieces of seitan on top. The seitan could have been fried to make it crispy, but instead was just cooked with the cream sauce. At home we prepare a similar dish, but there it doesn't cost 12 euros. This was a very unimaginative dish. They also brought out the antipasti at the same time as the pasta, but from my understanding, antipasti should come before the pasta. My guess is that the large amount of good reviews on here for this place come from people who either don't often eat vegetarian food, and thus are excited by the novelty, or people who just want to support vegetarian restaurants regardless of the quality.