Review: When I was considering going vegan, this was the first ever vegan restaurant that I went to. At first my mom was hesitant to eat here because it was night time and the location doesn't exactly scream "Great food", but she took me so I could try it. Now we eat here at least once a week. My mom fell in love with the "Crispy Lentil Tacos", as well as every single person that we've brought there (even non-veg ones. My mom wasn't vegetarian the first time she tried them and she loved them so much). Everything on the menu is amazing. There's been a few rare times when the food wasn't spicy enough or the sauce wasn't strong enough, but for every 20 times that we come here there's one "Eh" day. The "crispy spring rolls" and the "P.E.T." are my favorites. A lot of times they'll even have their own pastries for sell for desert, and their coffee is really good too. If for some reason you aren't thrilled with the meal that you got, try eating there another day. The parking isn't bad. Even though it shares a location with other restaurants and recreational places, the parking lot is rarely ever full. The staff is always nice and attentive, and if you want their attention all you have to do it make a gesture in their direction while making eye contact since they're always looking out for the customers. If you want to change your food around a little (like not having any tofu at all) they'll do everything they can to make it happen. I've had two "birthday dinners" here, my "graduation dinner", and we're planning on bringing a lot of family members for a reunion in the future. Whenever there's a large crowd of people the staff will always fix the seating to accommodate everyone. The food is also a good price for the taste and the amount that you get. We drive from southern Los Angeles, get stuck in traffic on the 110, and go out of our way to go to this restaurant because it's worth it.