I was drawn in by the promise of a vegetarian menu. When we first sat down, we were dismayed by the few vegetarian choices, but then found out that you have to ask for the vegetarian menu. As far as ambience goes, my bench in the booth was cracked and sunken in and not very well glued down. The general decor was also pretty general campy Asian restaurant-like. The menu doesn't include descriptions of the dishes, so I asked the waitress to describe two of them to me, but I'm not sure if she knew much to say or not. Due to a communication problem, she brought me both of the dishes I asked about. As it turned out, the szechuan tofu was too spicy without much flavor, but the vegetable delight and my boyfriend's dish were pretty good. Despite some vegetarian choices, I probably wouldn't go back.
Pros: Vegetarian menu
Cons: Szechuan tofu, Shabby decor