What an excellent joint, right in the center of DC. In fact, this is one of the few high-quality vegetarian/vegan restaurants in downtown DC; whenever I'm in the city I make it a point to eat here as often as possible. The menu is huge and eclectic with wonderful sandwich, soup and salad options, along with some traditional Korean rice and noodle entrees. It's hard to know what to pick as everything sounds great. Their grilled "chicken" sandwich was fresh and light, while their California gimbob sushi tray was delicious, subtle and complex. Their desserts are tasty but not mind-blowing; I found their blueberry cheesecake a bit dry and flat, but their vegan brownie was super-soft and smooth.
Their boolgogi deluxe noodle bowl or curry noodle with spicy "chicken" are both delectable, filling and unusual. Their smoothies are tasty and addictive (but probably 1,000 calories a piece). I loved their chai latte with raw (!) almond milk, but it was awfully expensive at $7. That said, I've never seen a place offering raw nut milks as options. Who needs soy milk?
Prices are reasonable, especially for its downtown location. I wish they had more space (it can get crowded very easily, especially at peak times) and were open later. In the end, though, this is one of my favorite restaurants in the country and I hope to see more of them in other cities.