This is an old-school 1980s Chinese diner with red vinyl booths and golden pagodas hanging on the walls.
There aren't that many mockmeat dishes, with the exception of a few mock chicken offerings, and one mock beef dish. The rest seem to be either tofu or mushroom dishes.
I had a "spicy chicken stir fry" ($9) which was tasty, but the portion size was woefully small, to a point where I think they only gave me half the dish by accident. It literally consisted of three pieces of broccoli, two pieces of cauliflower, six bell pepper slices, and five pieces of mock chicken. I was finished in five minutes.
They offer brown rice, which is nice, but it costs $2 more and is just standard quality.
My friend had an almond pudding ($4), which was more like cream of wheat, but more liquid.
The service was a little slow and inattentive. I probably wouldn't come back here, though it's one of few vegetarian places near downtown Seattle.