My wife and I had dinner here tonight and we were impressed by the quality of the food. They have a decent number of vegan options, though there was a little confusion about whether the mushroom ravioli was vegan (it's not).
We ordered the hearts of palm bruschetta without cheese, but the topping is pre-mixed. The chef made us a standard (tomato, garlic, basil, olive oil) bruschetta instead, and topped it with a bit of balsamic vinegar. It was very good.
I had the Cantonese pasta as an entree. I'm not sure what's Cantonese about coconut milk, peanuts, and cabbage, but it was quite tasty. It was a nice balance of richness and freshness with the cabbage. I also liked the tofu it was served with. My wife had the Thai peanut dish, which was also quite good.
The only disappointment was the salad, which was surprisingly plain for a restaurant that's aiming for a more upscale vibe. My wife's split pea soup was excellent, however. I'd highly recommend this if it's available.
The restaurant was also a bit too cold. Turn up the heat or install a second set of doors! Every time someone came in we got a cold blast, and there's really nowhere you could sit that would avoid this.
I'd definitely come back in the future, though.