There were no indications on the menu about whether there were dairy products in various dishes. I asked the waiter if certain dishes on the menu were strict vegetarian and he didn't know so went to ask in the kitchen, an effort I appreciated. Both of the things I asked about turned out not to be vegan. Rather than asking him to make a third trip to ask about something in the kitchen, which he didn't look interested in doing, I asked for a suggestion and the waiter had trouble coming up with something. Finally he suggested I have a veggie pancake and some dahl. That it was brought out with a serving of yogurty something on the side showed a lack of communication between the waiter and the kitchen about my concerns.
The pancake was very bland and seemed to be made of white flour with scant bits of tomato and other vegetable mixed in. The dahl was more flavorful and provided something for me to dip the pancake in to make it worth eating, though the dahl was itself barely passable. A side dish of rice with some typical Indian spices was the most competently cooked item, though it was nothing special and certainly couldn't save the meal from being sub-par.
The price seemed really high for what I got. Overall it was an unpleasant meal at a place that doesn't offer much for vegans, though vegetarians may fare better.