I went here after discovering that the nearby Loving Hut had closed. The friendly and helpful waitress pointed out the only two dishes (out of probably a few dozen) which were vegan, so I chose a pasta one. When it arrived it had finely grated, partially melted cheese sprinkled over it. She realised as soon as I pointed it out and raced it back to the kitchen, to bring it back a few moments later. They had just scraped off as much of the melted cheese as they could, and then put a few pieces of broccoli over the top to cover it up. At that point I gave up and got up to leave, and after offering to re-make it the waitress apologised and said she didn't expect me to pay for it (not that I wanted to!). Even if it had been vegan, it would have been over 200 Taiwan dollars for a few spoonfuls of pasta with a typical tomato sauce - hardly value. Staff were friendly and the place had a nice relaxing atmosphere, but I definitely won't be going back!
Cons: hardly any vegan dishes, staff don't understand veganism, expensive for what you get