...bare bones, minimal operation. I had lemongrass tofu which was light, refreshing with seasoning that was subtle and complex. The spring rolls weren't fried in oil that was hot enough so they were extremely greasy. I also tried the raw spring rolls. They were light and filled with veggies. The peanut sauce was too thick and too heavy for them so I requested the spicy soy sauce instead which worked well. The ginger lemonade needed more ginger which they were happy to add. The brownie was chewy and chocolatey. The service is slow, as was mentioned in other reviews, but I think that's because when you order the food they start cooking. There's just a mother and father in the back doing the best they can. The food we didn't like we didn't eat and the father was conscientious enough to ask why. So he could improve, he said. If you're looking for fine dining you're in the wrong place, but it's worth stopping in for a quick vegan bite to eat.
Cons: a little expensive for the serving size