Execution of the food is not as fantastic. It's fine, don't get me wrong, and some things are great. But nothing is so incredible that it warrants how expensive it is. Let's take a look.
But that was fine and whatever compared to the cheese sticks. Guys, do you see the cheese sticks? First of all, they were AMAZING. So delicious, so impressive - they found that right texture between solid and creamy that few purveyors of vegan mozzarella et al. cheese sticks have been able to. But that's the full portion - three. And at least on my computer, the picture is true to actual size. They were about the size of my pinky finger, no longer or wider. And there were JUST THREE. And it cost £5.95! That's a motherforking £2 PER PINKY. I didn't realize how expensive they were because I didn't pay for them but MAN ALIVE. I really liked them too.
The bigger dishes are much more satisfying, both in terms of value and taste. My favorite is the sabich, mainly because you get two. It's little Israeli pita sandwiches with aubergine, red onion, green tahini, cucumber, tomatoes, and the best little tofu egg scramble. The flavor here was wonderful and I really liked it. And for £7.95 it's the best value in the whole place. Would recommend!
They also use the soft serve for their milkshakes, which are great, I must say. You know I rail on and on about how London can't do good milkshakes because they are too thin. But Genesis does them pretty great. Although, again, for £7, jeez louise.