Although I have been eating at the original Green Palace in Newtown (now renamed Blossoming Lotus, http://www.happycow.net/reviews/blossom-lotus-newtown-6173) for years, this was my first visit to the Cabramatta branch. The Newtown outlet focuses on the ready-made dishes at the counter as you enter, with the cooked-to-order menu as back-up; this one makes more of the menu, but also has a "hot bar", offering rice or noodles with one, two or three choices, for $6, $8 or $10. Smaller ready-made selection than at Newtown, with more emphasis on mock meats, but the woman at the table next to me looked very pleased with her trayful, and I will try it next time. I ordered from the menu: pad kee mao (drunk noodle): spicy sir-fried broad rice noodles with mock chicken, tofu, chilli, broccoli, tomato and herbs, at $10. Good and filling. Also had a soya ice cream at $5. Green tea came automatically, and was free. The menu is heavy on mock meats, with appetisers at $6 to $10, soups at $5 or $10 depending on size, salads at $10, noodle dishes at $10 and main courses at $12. All the many other vegan places I know in Cabramatta are Vietnamese, so this makes a pleasant change (including among the locals; the menu has Vietnamese translations). You can get to it by walking up Cabramatta Road West from the railway station, or cutting through Belvedere Arcade from John Street. A local's video blog (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXTMgavcydc)shows this approach. The place shown in 2012 as I Vege is now Quan an Chay Veggie House, but the excellent Just Green vegan foodstore is still where shown, facing Green Palace. The video shows exterior and interior of Green Palace. Well worth a visit. Just wish I lived less far away.
Cons: heavy emphasis on mock meats