I went here for lunch with friends a few days ago and was impressed - and slightly overwhelmed - by the huge and extensive menu. The menu was pretty faux-meat heavy, but they did have a few all veggie dishes.
We started with the quinoa sushi (nori rolls, avocado, mushrooms, red quinoa, carrots), which was really good. We had to request wasabi (odd) and were given an odd a thin wasabi mixture that looked/tasted like it was mixed with tahini. It was good, but different from what was expected. We also had the "yam flour crecents" with tarter sauce, which were basically friex faux shrimp. The description had me expecting some fancy new take on faux seafood, so I was disappointed to get the same deep fried faux shrimp I've had a million times, but the shrimp was very good and makes for a good-sized appetizer, or entree if you're into all faux meat and no veg or starch entrees.
For my entree, I had the Bun Hue, which was a tofu/veggie/rice noodle soup with fresh mint. I normally order pho in Vietnamese restaurants but I wanted to try something new. I enjoyed the soup and would have it again. I tried my friend's pho, which was prepared well, but my friend and I both found it to be bland. It tasted like they used a very simple veggie broth, instead of a rich "beefy" broth, which is required for pho. It also lacked the fresh jalapenos, bean sprouts, and basil, that pho is known for (we had to request sprouts). Finally, I sampled my friend's sizzling tofu, which had a good sauce and a good variety of veggies. I'm not a fan of soft tofu (even if it's friend), but I would enjoy the dish if it had firm tofu or just veggies.