This place is basically a slightly modified Chipotle. That said, it's better than Chipotle, because it offers tofu as a filling, as well as options for whole wheat tortillas and brown rice.
I got a whole wheat burrito with brown rice, tofu, a variety of vegetable fillings (grilled peppers, caramelized onions, guacamole, etc.) which cost about $7 or so.
It was a filling meal and pretty tasty. My biggest gripe is that once the burrito was made, they wrapped it in foil, and THEN put it on a heating pad contraption. This made the burrito too hot to eat (and too hot to hold), and also caused the tortilla to get seared into the foil, causing the burrito to fall apart once I tried to remove it from the foil. I had to eat it with a fork when it was all said and done.