I wasn't super impressed with my food but I think I was a bit unlucky with my selections. I went with the vegan enchiladas mole, which come with either vegan cheese or seasoned tofu. As Mother's uses Vegan Rella (which I consider to be the WORST vegan cheese on the planet), I went with the tofu. The enchiladas were fine, but the entire dish was very starch and would have benefitted greatly from some fresh lettuce, tomato, and onion garnish or from an option to have the enchiladas stuffed with vegetables. Instead, the corn tortillas were stuffed with tofu, topped with tofu, and served with beans and rice so the entire plate was varying shades of brown and grey.
I was on a mission to try as much BBQ as possible while in Texas so I got a BBQ tofu sandwich to go. I sampled it fresh just in case it would get all soggy later. It was good fresh, but nothing to brag about. I will say, however, that it was only $7 and was HUGE so it made a great meal on the road for the drive back down to Houston.
I was unsuccessful convincing my dining companions to try vegan options (boo for scrambled eggs!) but one got the pancakes on the side, which were vegan by default. The pancakes were fantastic! Large, fluffy, and delicious! And only $2.99 to add one to a meal. The server said they come with free strawberries and whip cream (not vegan!), but then actually charged my friend 95 cents. Not a big deal, but the server confirmed it would be free.
I finished the meal with some vegan chocolate cake which was fantastic. It was very moist and rich and came with sliced strawberries, which was a real treat.
All in all, I'd definitely go back to this place, as there's about 43 other items on the menu I'd like to try!