- The owner is very friendly and helpful.
- The food is healthier than other similar restaurants (e.g. they have brown rice, a bit less oil, etc)
- The place is pleasant, clean, and quiet
- It's on the west side, where there are not many vegan restaurants
- They have desserts (cakes, pies and cookies)
- Extremely hard to get to with public transportation
- It is run by some religious group.
- The food was good, but not great. I thought the kebobs were good (although kind of expensive), but the potstickers were almost gross (mushy and tasteless). My dish was good, but nothing special. I ordered it because the menu said it will had pineapple in it, but there was no pineapple there. My partner didn't really like his food. I got coconut cake which didn't seem to have any coconut in it except a bit sprinkled on top; it did have coconut flavor and it was still good, but it wasn't really what I expected, and I probably wouldn't get it again.
I wouldn't be opposed to going there again, but I certainly wouldn't go out of my way to go there. If I go there again, I might try a wrap and a different cake, and see how those are.