Interested in standard Szechaun Chinese cuisine? Joe's Noodle House is your go to location for the food. However, be warned, the decor is only mediocre, and the facilities are cramped.
Aside from that, there is a vegetarian menu that has so many items, you will need a year of diligence to try them all. If you're vegan, you can have about 85% of the items - avoid pastries, eggs and egg noodles.
Specify that you are ordering vegetarian items - it doesn't hurt. They have veg and non-veg versions of thing, so mention that you want the vegetarian, no meat, no chicken stock, no fish sauce. However, they are really great about veg orders.
Best items in my opinion are the Chinese greens, scallion pancake, authentic steamed dumplings, vegetable noodle soup, stir fried rice cake (flat rice pasta ovals), spicy cellophane noodles (V10), mustard green with bean curd (A30), and if you dare, the tofu and vegetable in spicy Szechuan sauce that numbs your mouth (V21). It all goes well with white rice if you're ok with carbs; sorry, no brown rice here.
Other good choices are the vegetarian Szechuan green beans, sautéed spinach, tofu and peppers and black bean sauce and Chinese celery with pressed bean curd. Check the board for the green marker vegetarian items - the special veggies they have. This ensures that you know they regularly take note of fresh veggies. I love fresh Chinese veggies, and they do them so well here! There are also lots of other standard veggies like broccoli, eggplant, carrots, bell peppers and the like, so you can have those too.
On the weekends, you can have some authentic brunch food of soy milk and sesame bread with a fried crueller. Very carb-centric, but super tasty.
Unlimited tea, friendly service, pay at the counter or your table - order a bunch because prices are reasonable, and you'll want leftovers!
Cons: Decor/ facilities