I'm very happy that Loving Hut is here, as there aren't a ton of veg options in this part of Chelsea, but I can't say that I find their food to be particularly creative, authentic, or tasty. The menu does have a pretty wide variety of items (veggie burgers, Thai curries, quesadillas) and everything is very reasonably priced.
The Shanghai dumpling appetizer for $6 is good, as is the spinach quesadilla, which is about $7. I've also had the curry udon soup, which is a little too thick and chunky to be called soup, and would benefit from more of what I consider "real" vegetables, versus being mostly potatoes and some carrots. The Thai curry is good and the tofu in it has a great texture, like it had been frozen.
I've had the veggie burger but wasn't that impressed with it. The whole wheat bun it came on and the spicy chipotle sauce were great, but I didn't too much care for the burger itself. It tasted like super-processed veggie ham and not like a burger. That said, it was $5 and made the perfect next-day lunch on my flight.
The service is also very friendly, although sometimes scattered, and I talked w/ some of the employees about their working conditions and they all seemed pretty happy. A lot of restaurants exploit workers (particularly recent immigrants) so it's nice to find a place where the workers feel they are treated well.