Green Zebra is miminalist in decor, but chock full of ingredients when it comes to the dishes. This restaurant caters to vegetarians, though it does offer a selection or two of either a fish or a poultry. I did a tasting menu, that was a fun to discover, but offered few gems. Everything was good (especially a dish with egg and lentils), perhaps borderline great, but just not anything that I would want to seek out to consume again. Green Zebra is more about the experience and the self-righteousness you can only get from saying that you are a regular at a place like this. Needless to say, I don't know anyone who is a regular here. The prices are deceiving; they look cheap enough, but everything is small, so you have to order several courses, which adds up over time, especially when you factor in drinks. Green Zebra is a bit too smug for my taste, but I did enjoy it, once.