This place has great food. They don't have a separate vegan menu, but they have vegetarian dishes. For vegans like me, it is very hard to go to an Indian restaurant, as most things have milk or ghee. But in this place, they are always very helpful to tell you which plates are vegan, and which ones are usually not but they make vegan. If you go there, you should ask for the vegan version of the mushroom bhajee or bengan bhurtha (eggplant). Their chana masala (also vegan) is to die for. Furthermore, contrary to most Indian restaurants, the food in this place is not very oily. Also, if you ask for vegan, they substitute the nam for rotti, which is made with whole wheat flour. I strongly recommend.
Cons: Can be crowded