As with many of the eateries in the city, the building must have been a warehouse in previous times and has a chilled bohemian atmosphere, with tables and communal tables, arranged over two floors, with many features of its old self left in place, which an interior designer would struggle to re-create. It was so busy, I sat upstairs and perused the menu and read all about Leaf.
All vegan options are highlighted with VV, so it was easy to decide which dishes were vegan friendly, although a few more would be an improvement, but at least there are some clearly marked.
I chose a lemon and coriander houmous salad toasted sandwich, with a bowl of red pepper and tomato soup.
I really could not think of one negative, the sandwich was as it should be, packed with loads of filling, delicious and fresh and the soup was a cracker, really tasty.
I have heard that their vegan breakfast is superb, so when next back in Liverpool, it will involve another trip to Leaf.