Rice Paper is quaint and small, with friendly service. The food is definitely tasty (try the spicy/smoky/sweet grilled "New Moon tofu" or the excellent, subtle, complex green onion Chinese pancake wraps), but the prices are much too high. Everything is in the $15-18 range for dinner and $10-13 for lunch. Also, there aren't a huge number of vegan-friendly options, as even the veg-seeming dishes contain fish sauce. I don't appreciate restaurants that consider fish to be vegetarian, or restaurants that don't list or mark what's specifically vegan/vegetarian. In the Twin Cities, with so many veg*ns, people shouldn't have to ask whether or not a dish contains fish sauce; it's discourteous for restaurants to not disclose this information openly. In conclusion, the food here is tasty, but expensive. Make sure to specify you're vegan. But for my money, I'd rather go to Jasmine Deli or Jasmine 26, which are more vegan-friendly, have better atmosphere, and equally tasty food---but much cheaper.
Cons: Expensive, Limited veg*n options, Items not clearly marked