Finally got to check it out for the first time for Vegetarian Awareness Day. My friend (carnivore committed) tried the Breakfast of Champions (gluten free pancakes and fried chicken-esque steak). He ate the whole thing and liked it. There was even a comment that it was the veggie version of Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles. I tried one of the thai soups with coconut milk, mushrooms, shoots and tofu. It came blazingly hot and I found it better as I worked my way through it. I followed it with a standard spicy Thai rice noodle, basil dish, which I thought rocked. Bits of jalapeno were everywhere and I believe it was the first time that I didn't have to add a thing. Normally, with restaurants you ask for it super spicy and you still don't feel the burn. A very well priced menu with lots of options to keep you going back to try something new and different. Small room, but comfortable. Service was congenial. For a Sunday afternoon is was full the entire time we were there. Truly Vegan is a vegetarian/vegan lovers staple. I'll definitely return, even without the meat eater.
Pros: variety of choices, good prices, relaxed atmosphere
Cons: instant coffee