I've eaten here three times now, and I can't complain about the food I've ordered. I had a vegan calzone, a tofu scramble, and another time I just had some pastries that I was told were vegan.
My problem is with the lack of vegan options. I would guess that at least 80% of the menu is not vegan. For some odd reason, eggs and/or dairy are used in just about everything. In this day and age, when egg replacer, plant milks, and vegan cooking techniques are widespread and available with just a Google search, I don't understand why a vegetarian restaurant would still be using dairy and eggs if they were trying to appeal to all vegetarians. Veganism is growing faster than ovolactovegetarianism is in the U.S. For example, ovolactovegetarians don't mind eating vegan sausage as opposed to veggie sausage with eggs, so why choose veggie sausage when you know vegans won't even want it? There are already few vegetarians in the U.S., and then they largely ignore a large section of them. What a brilliant business strategy.
Also, all three times I've been there the servers were perplexed when I asked about what desserts or side dishes were vegan since it's not clearly marked anywhere. That just gets annoying. I could go to any restaurant in Southern Illinois and go through the routine of asking about dairy or eggs and getting a confused look from their employees that don't regularly cater to vegetarians. The whole reason I go to vegetarian restaurants is because I'm expecting a knowledgeable staff that goes the extra mile to understand modern vegetarian dining.
If they catered to vegans more, I'd probably be there once a week rather than once every two months.
Updated from previous review on Saturday March 07, 2015
Cons: Limited Vegan Selection, Unknowledgeable staff