We had a hard time finding this place. The sign for the restaurant "Vegetarian Tiger" is along the top on the front of the plaza but the entrance is around the back of the buildings on the second floor. Confusing.
Once inside, the place was moderate size and fairly busy. Although our family of 4 got a seat without problem. The atmosphere is warm but not fancy. The menu is in english and Chinese with lots of big pictures so it is easy to order (just kinda point to which dishes you want). The food came quickly, staggered dish by dish. My personal favourite was the Wanton dumplings in some kinda sesame sauce. So good. I could have just eaten that. My husband really liked the Kung Pao "Chicken". If you don't like spicy things or like me, have young children don't tolerate spice well the menu is also good as spicy dishes are noted with a little chilli peppers. There is a little card on the table that clearly states they use no meat, egg, diary, msg and try to use as much organic as possible. For $158 RMB we fed 2 hungry adults and 2 young kids. And we couldn't even finish all the food. Excellent value. I have attached a picture of the stair case that gets you into the restaurant at the back of the building
Cons: Hard to find