If you enjoy delicious, quality food, like say.. the kind at the old living earth cafe, don't even bother. They've dumbed down the menu and raised the prices, in an atmosphere that feels much more "awkwardly thrown together" than eclectic.
I wanted a tempeh reuben, my favorite sandwich, but they replaced the tempeh with tofurkey and natural LE salad dressing with real 1000 island. (yet, all the reviews are stating all natural foods? um?) So I got a cheese quesadilla. It was far from impressive. The cheese was bland. I got less than 2 tablespoons each of salsa, quac and sour cream. The worst part? The quac and salsa tasted strangely reminiscent of my food service days. Not even strangely, exactly the same as the highly processed, preserved guacamole that came from a frozen tub from some massive food service supply chain.
My partner in food had his sandwich arrive with EVO actually branded on the bun, and recognized the pre-frozen krinkle fries from his food-service days as well.
Unlike the LE cafe, there weren't any offered garlic or peanut tofu dips with fresh pita or chips before our meal. In fact, nothing was offered at all.
If you don't care about run-of-the-mill over priced vegetarian food and need a place that has enough non-veg options to please your parents/friends who get weird around all that healthy food, go for it.
Oh, there was one thing I liked. The pickles stayed the same. I did enjoy my pickle. The egg rolls weren't bad either.
Overall, I felt that more money was poured into the napkins and chairs than actually spent on quality ingredients.