When we first got to Cafe Trang, I was immediately turned off. It was small and low-lit, and the table and benches felt sticky. I found the vegetarian section of their menu, which was quite large, but realized that when they said vegetarian they meant pescitarian since a lot of the dishes had fish or oyster sauce on them (printed right on the menu!). I asked the waiter what could be made vegan and was surprised that even MORE of the dishes had fish sauce in them than listed on the menu! Thus the vegan portion of the menu was narrowed quite a bit.
So, after some searching, my husband and I decided on the La-Han Vegan and the Vegan Chicken with Broccoli. We got our dishes relatively quickly but I was not impressed at all. The La-Han Vegan dish was very greasy and over-spiced with hardly any vegetables and a ton of noodles. The Vegan Chicken with Broccoli was just plain awful. The 'chicken' was made from seitan and had a horrid spongy texture. It was topped with 'sauteed' green onions that were more like slimy wilted onions and then it had this absolutely terrible gravy that tasted like it was turkey gravy from a package. Then it had half-steamed broccoli and carrots around it. Ick! I was not too happy.
I didn't end up eating all of my food and THEN when the waiter came to get our plates he had the audacity to say something about wasting food and not eating it all!
In the end, the whole meal cost us $30.