The food was great and you can change most dishes with whichever meat substitute you want--"chicken," "beef," or tofu--I had spicy ginger tofu (not spicy, but I was happy for that), spring rolls, and a piece of chocolate cake (the desserts that are vegan are clearly marked so). The cake was a little weird in texture, but it wound up being delicious, especially with the sweet, buttercream-like frosting. Prices were reasonable.
My friends told me that the fake meat tasted pretty close to the real thing, so anyone who doesn't like the taste of meat should probably go with the tofu or noodle dishes. Also, non-vegan items are clearly marked as such along with the ingredient that makes them non-vegan. I didn't know about the chicken problem mentioned by the other users, so I didn't ask if it was vegan or not.