This is my favorite place to eat in Boston's Chinatown. The entire menu is vegetarian, yet when you open it up and look at it, almost all the dishes are pork, chicken, beef, or shrimp! However each of these labels are surrounded by quotation marks, and they're actually faux-meat made out of who knows what... gluten or TVP or tofu or some mixture. The faux-meat actually STRONGLY resembles the real deal in texture and color and shape. The flavor is deliciously vegetarian though. They even have faux-scallops, although that texture is off, they're unlike anything you've ever eaten before.
You must try out the coconut milk shakes too. They have a durian coconut milk shake! It's to die for if you like durian. (WARNING: Durian is illegal to carry in elevators in Thailand. It has a very strong odor, my friend said my durian shake smelled like gasoline. There's some sort of genetic predisposition to durian appreciation - if you like it, it doesn't smell too bad, otherwise it's noxious.)
This place is Boston's ultimate restaurant for vegetarians.