I really like this cookbook. It's not my natural style - Ottolenghi is more my wavelength, multicultural, complicated, lots of flavours - it's simpler but what I love about it is that the recipes are straightforward but still original. I love the sweet potato and peanut butter gratin, the leek and chestnut risotto, macaroni and peas. A couple of the recipes, most notably the chachouka recipe (but also another - I think the risotto) had slightly strange quantities - it said that it would serve four but, even with bread on the side, barely sufficed for two.
In general, I sort of feel that the directions and quantities and so on aren't totally precise, it isn't sensible to follow the recipes completely blindly. I don't mind, though, I'm more than happy with any cookbook that gives me one or more recipes that make it into my everyday repertoire and this has given me three - and there are still a few recipes in there that I'd like to try.
I'd recommend this one - it strikes me that it would be a particularly good one for omnivores who are experienced cooks but who want to acquire a couple of good dishes for vegetarian dinner guests as it isn't too scary.