I don't eat vegan, or vegeterian- I want my gluten. I have no social/sociciatal qualmalms about launching into a nice steak. I enjoy this restaurant for its fablious food which is prepared with both skill and care. My kid (who given the chance would eat pb&j exclusively) enjoys the lemon, ricotta, spelt pancakes. This gives the grownups some space to enjoy the more savory offerings which are delicious. We took my mom for the Thai all was good but the red curry was the best, a surprise with every byte (kid had the rice paper roll w/ chicken-- which was sufficiently bland yet yummy enough to both hold her attention and fill her up-- she had a healthy appetite after an active day).
"Kid friendly"- I always hesitate about this. This ia a nice restaurant. Sort of upscale Northern California hippy. Not patchouli, more lavender and sage. I've been comfortable there in both jeans and evening ware. If you interpret "kid friendly " to mean that if you have reasonably well behaved kids who can wait a little for the food , they will be welcome, you're fine. If you interpret it to mean extensive kid menu and forgiveness for behavior that is usually not ok in restaurants - not so much.