I've been going here maybe once or twice a year for the last few years and I gotta say that I'm not super impressed. The menu is hugely confusing and I've had numerous cashiers on separate visits have difficulty explaining how certain items are priced and what they include (annoying).
The first time I had the Mediterranean pizza, it was good but weird having basil and sun-dried tomatoes paired with Tofurkey sausage. I had it again last week and it had some other kind of vegan sausage, which was better. The Anne Curry is good, but a bit mild. We even got extra curry sauce on it but I feel it could have used more flavor. The mixed veggie pizza is also good, but better with soy cheese ($1 to add to a 9-inch personal pie). The bread sticks are also vegan and quite yummy. You also get a huge order for $4.50, so it's a good way to fill in the meal.
I was pretty disappointed with a visit last year when a the "vegan" cashier tried to push a non-vegan pizza on me. I ordered a spinach/feta cheese slice and asked that the feta be replaced w/ vegan (Follow Your Heart) cheese. The self-proclaimed vegan cashier said this was fine and assured me it would be vegan. After paying and sitting down, she came out and told me the slice actually wouldn't be vegan because all the individual slices have cheese on the crust, which the cooks then top and bake (good to know!) She asked if it would be okay because there wasn't that much cheese. I told her that I'm vegan so I don't want any dairy cheese. She then offered to scrape off the cheese and then add the soy cheese. At this point, I had to say "Wait, didn't you say you're vegan?" I told her I'd switch to the 9-inch personal vegan pizza (vegan crust) w/ the spinach and soy cheese. She said fine and charged me the $4.50 difference. Lame.
Apparently ONLY the personal pies are vegan, NOT the slices.