I came to Wayward Cafe twice during my trip to Seattle, though it warranted more trips than even that.
First, this is the perfect brunch/lunch spot in a quiet residential area. I've had lots of vegan brunches, but this place serves the best I've had. The first time I went I greatly enjoyed my tofu scramble with spicy seitan and the wonderful herb-covered toast that came with it ($7.50). My half-order of biscuits and gravy ($4) was good, but not as well-executed as the scramble.
The second time I went I had a side of spicy Mexican tofu scramble ($4) (there are probably six or seven different types of scrambles here) which tasted like amazing Mexican street food. The fake chorizo was the perfect touch to it. I also had an awesome sausage breakfast biscuit ($6.50) which consisted of "cheezy" tofu scramble on top of a home-made sausage patty, in between a flaky, soft, herb muffin. Truly amazing stuff. Finally, I had a chocolate chip-blueberry pancake ($3) which was also delicious, and I'm not usually a fan of pancakes.
Wayward looks like it would be the type of place where you'd get surly service in a grungy atmosphere, but instead it's extremely friendly and the food shows so many unusual touches of quality and attention to detail. This is not your ordinary vegan breakfast hole-in-the-wall. Also, surprisingly, they accept credit cards, which is a huge plus. Wayward Cafe is highly recommended.