The Gruyere was house made!!
Hmmmm more along the lines of Sage, I'd say some of the menu is "comfort" vegan food but fancified (is that a word?) a bit. And the dinner menu has more of an emphasis on smaller shareable plates with some heartier options such as shepherds pie, stuffed shells etc. We preferred lunch over dinner but we also had dinner there one of the first weeks they were open so that could have been a factor.
Thanks. It sounds delicious. It's a bit out of my way but I'll keep it in mind for the next time I'm on that side of town.