YUUUUUUUUUM! I disagree that this is a romantic restaurant but it definitely has great food and wouldn't be a bad place to bring a date. A friend and I went for the lunch buffet and it was really slow around 2pm (it is probably busy a little earlier). We went with the $8 lunch bowl and I paid an extra $1.50 to make mine an unlimited refill, although I could barely finish my 2nd bowl.
The restaurant's website has a fabulous vegetarian/vegan ingredient section and even points out that some dressings contain honey but no other animal ingredients. Very cool that they recognize vegans don't eat honey. I told the server I was vegan so she brought out a laminated allergy/ingredient list to help me figure out what I could eat on the buffet. The buffet itself does a pretty good job of listing ingredients, for instance, a lot of the sauces indicate if they have fish sauce, peanuts, or wheat.
I tried a few proteins (seitan, tofu, BBQ tempeh and "curry pakora") and liked them all. The BBQ tempeh was by far my favorite, as it had a fabulous texture, and it tasted more like a fake meat than a tempeh. The curry pakora was very similar to the BBQ tempeh so I have no idea why it's called curry pakora.
The best part of the buffet is that they have tiny little paper cups so you can sample a veggie, protein, or sauce before committing to a big bowl. My favorite combo was a sort of Asian combo using BBQ tempeh, veggies, wheat noodles (although rice noodles and rice were available), and lemongrass, hoison, and hot sauces.