This is a hippie yoga cafe with a decidedly bohemian atmosphere. You eat at long wooden benches, though are separated tables as well. The place is hard to find; there's a sign outside, but you have to walk into a small entryway to the building, go past the security guard, walk one floor up the unmarked staircase, and through the first door you see with a piece of paper saying "yoga studio."
I went with two non-veg colleagues and they seemed to like their food (one ordered a portobello panini and the other ordered a veggie burger); I was not that impressed with my tempeh bacon BLT ($11), however. I liked the tempeh bacon, but the sandwich was pretty small and I didn't like the excessive use of vegan mayo. I also was not impressed with the salad that came with the dish. It was mostly bitter green leaves (some kind of lettuce?) covered in a bitter orange-colored dressing. I wish they'd given fries as a side instead.
On my second visit I had a cup of chai, which was homemade, but not particularly flavorful (needs more ginger and cardamom and cinnamon). Their lemon pound cake was really good, though, as was their chocolate chip cookie.
As this is a yoga cafe, there was also a "natural" bent to things---water is served at room temperature, as is the fresh orange juice I ordered ($3). The cafe was extremely hot, though I think that might have been because of the 62-degree, record-high temperature outside on the day I visited (February 11, 2009). The second time I went, this time in June 2010, it was borderline hot, with only the lightest touch of air conditioning to make things bearable.
Be warned that while you might see a fair number of amazingly beautiful young people in the cafe, you will also get some unpleasantness---for example, one guy in short shorts and a tiny tank-top proceeded to do lots of stretching and yoga postures not four feet in front of my table; another guy with a beard, long hair, and a wool sweater, plumped down next to me at his table, and proceeded to remove both his shoes and his grimy socks. That was not cool.