This was, believe it or not, my very first vegan pizza with "cheese" on it. (But then I've only been on this quest for 21 years, so it was bound to happen sooner or later.) I came here with a local Veg group, and those that had been here before gave the food rave reviews.
I'm not necessarily raving about this place, mostly because I've had a lot better pizza in the past (at other places), sans the "cheese." But I do think this place is worth trying yourself. Mostly because I liked the funky atmosphere of the place. (Not the mention the super-retro kitchen tables and chairs. Probably purchased for a steal on E-Bay!) I also like the enviro-friendly motif promulgated at this place.
As for the food itself, the Vegheads I was sitting with ordered vegan garlic "cheese" bread and the Organic Veggie pizza. The cheese bread was excellent. In fact, so good, I seriously wondered if that "cheese" was from a plant.
The pizza was fairly tasty, despite the apparent lack of veggies. (This was a "Veggie" pizza, after all, wasn't it?) The crust, fortunately, was soft and chewy, nearly perfect, actually. (However, I normally eschew white bread, esp. since this is the 21st Century, and I'd think a place like this would be aware of that recent development.)
Though, unlike the melted "cheese" on the garlic bread, our pizza "cheese" was not particularly melted. I commented to my fellow diners that it looked like "that stuff you see on frozen pizza." I also can't say that it was particularly hot, the so-called "cheese."
At least the sauce on the pizza was hot (enough) and tangy enough, to make this (overall) a thumbs-up culinary experience. And, in fact, I did appreciate being able bite into a piece of pizza (right from the start) that wasn't so hot that I couldn't eat it. (I'm sure we've all been there!)
Also, lest I forget to mention, the Vegetarian company I was keeping just added to a genuinely pleasurable experience. If you (yourself) could repeat that, then by all means check this place out!