The first thing to advise is we were unsure on arrival whether we had got the right place - the signs outside call it "The Terrace" - I should have read the notes here a bit more carefully. Seems to be in the middle of nowhere, with nothing much else in the immediate vicinity.
Once inside, it's a small, homely place with seating inside and outside.
The menu has several options, although most tend to be "this curry" with Veg/Tofu (or meat :-(); there are a couple of veg-only curries - sweet potato coconut curry was one, I believe.
There are a handful of starters, all veggie, of which we chose one each to share amongst the three of us. Large portions for starters. I ordered fried spring rolls and was brought the unfried spring rolls (English is a bit ropey, but hey we're not in an English speaking country and the menu *is* in English), which turned out to be a weclome mistake - 4 huge spring rolls, fresh and delicious.
The main I had was good enough, without being outstanding, thought to be honest that this place exists serving good vegan food is enough for me.
A bit miffed I didn't read here first about all the vegan desserts (they're not marked as such) - I may have found room for one if so, but was pleasantly full.
NB They also do vegan lunchboxes to order.
Cons: confusing to find, no air con