This place is a solid entry for the Dulles Airport area of Virginia and offers good options in a place devoid of vegan food. It's almost impossible to get to if you don't have a car, as it's located in a huge strip-mall in an suburban office park area. For reference's sake, it's next to a Lowe's.
The inside is clean and inviting and the service is friendly. My friend and I liked our two dishes (General Tso's Surprise and Chicken with Broccoli). We loved the Japanese Yam cake we had for dessert, which was unusual and exotic, exactly the type of thing I love to see, but don't see often enough, in most Asian restaurants.
The portion sizes are small considering the prices ($9-10) per dish, which could get you plenty of leftovers at a place like Evergreen in Minneapolis, but gets you just one adequately-filling meal here. It's more like a lunch-special portion size here.
The menu is highly similar to the Sunflower restaurants in Virginia, but slightly less extensive. I do appreciate that they offer interesting vegetables such as jicama and burdock (the latter I had to look up in a dictionary but it sounds delicious).
Ultimately this is a good Asian vegetarian restaurant with vegan items (the bulk of the menu) clearly marked. They also have some interesting-sounding American burgers and sandwiches. That said, I don't think it's quite up to par with its competitors such as Sunflower (2 locations in Virginia) or Yuan Fu and The Vegetable Garden (both in Rockville, Maryland). However, any veg*n restaurant is a good sign and this place fills a needed gap in a remote area. It's also fairly new so I'm sure they'll improve with time. They're off to a good start.