We came to Mi Lah for brunch and had a passable meal. I like that they start you off with some free fruit; that said, the oranges were sour, the apples looked old, and the grapes were seeded.
We asked for tea and all they had was green, which was fine, but they cost $3 a cup (albeit with free refills). That's expensive for low-grade green tea.
For our mains we had the tofu benedict ($13) and the Indonesian breakfast with caramelized tofu and a seitan fried cake thing ($14). The tofu benedict was okay, but fairly bland, particularly the kale and tomato on the side (why were they not seasoned and incorporated into the dish better?). The hollandaise sauce tasted weirdly lemon-y and I scraped most of it off. That said, I like their tofu, which is firm and really smooth, and went well with the wholewheat English muffins.
The Indonesian breakfast was more flavorful, but wasn't great on a whole. I liked the sweet potato-curry-seitan dollop they gave, but it was too small a portion. The caramelized tofu was tasty, but be warned that this is both oily and sugary (you might feel queezy afterward). The fried cake things were bland.
In general, the portion sizes were small considering the high price of the dishes. As such, Mi Lah is not a great value. While I applaud them for taking some risks with their menu, I don't think they quite succeed; they'd be better off lowering their prices and making more integrated dishes (everything here is served in tiny batches on a gigantic plate).
The service was efficient, if not overly warm. I'll come back to Mi Lah for lunch or dinner, but I'd skip the brunch.