If this place were in any other major city in the US, I would question why it is listed in HC. However, since Miami is largely a vegan desert, this is a welcome find, I guess. There are a few vegan items on this menu, but you have to be careful. These items are accidentally vegan and not by design, in my opinion. They have edamame and fresh spring rolls as appetizers, no soups are even vegetarian, I'm not sure what the other reviewer has been eating, but, per the waitress *all* of the soups are made with either beef or chicken stock. There is one salad that may be vegan, but I am not sure about the dressing. The vegetarian section has about 5 items, one is made with egg noodles and, per the waitress, the rest are all vegan. I skipped the seitan (they spelled it "satan") dishes and got the Buddha's Feast, because I wanted a lot of veggies. I then asked if they could add seitan and the waitress came back and told me that this would be $10.95 more. That must be some rocking seitan, but I will never know. They brought out my food, nothing special, but something seemed strange with the sauce. It just wasn't right. I then found a small piece of chicken in the dish. I set it aside and called the waitress over. She was visibly upset and embarrassed. She came back and apologized, reinforced that the Buddha's Feast is "always" vegan and she didn't know what happened. They did not charge me for my dish.
Since I have had this happen at many highly respected mixed menu vegan friendly restaurants (twice at Hugo's in LA!), I can't condemn this place for the mix up. Just be very aware that vegan is probably not a common request for the kitchen and the cooks in the back are used to slinging broths and non vegan sauces and don't really pay attention to what they are doing.Pros: a few vegan options
Cons: must be very diligent