They have a very large menu with vegan versions of many popular Chinese dishes. They also had quite a few items that I had never seen before like the Preserved Mustard Greens, Veggie Pork Fried Rice Cake. I was assured by a member of the staff that everything was 100% vegan with no dairy. She even pointed out the walnut prawns and said it was vegan as well. Apparently they are aware that some reviewers have said it is not vegan like jasmith456's review here on this site.
I had the Steamed Dumpling, Kung Pao Soy Chicken w/ Peppers, Broccoli & Peanuts in a Spicy Chili Sauce, steamed brown rice. It was all fantastic in flavor, presentation, and served hot.
My biggest gripe would be that I had a hard time communicating with the staff. However, being in Chinatown that isn't a surprise. They did have someone on hand that spoke English well enough to answer my questions.
I'm not a big fan of mock meats and the fact that they call everything by the normal meat names is a bit of a turn off to me. But that is a very minor gripe since I knew what I was getting myself into by checking out their menu online before going in.
My only other gripe is another minor one for most. It is that there is very little that is oil-free on the menu. The amount of oil on the dishes is light compared to a typical American restaurant but nowhere near the oil-free that I shoot for.
Cons: communication was a small challenge, not many oil-free options