This place just opened up recently right near our apartment, and we were thrilled. We're not vegetarians, but we enjoy the yummy fare all the same. Some pointers, though: 1) They don't have tons of space or a very good layout, so it can be awkward and cramped at best. It can take a while to get a table if they're really busy. 2) The star system there is somehow WAY spicier than other pan-Asian places -- I normally go for the top number of stars for any dish, and their four out of five dishes have me sweating and tearing up (and this was the consensus by my whole dining party, not just me). Definitely err on the side of mild. 3) They theoretically will deliver with a $20 minimum, but we've never once managed to get through on either of the phone numbers that they post. So for whatever reason, there's that. Still, mega-yummy stuff, funny cute menu language, and a great selection of teas along with great and extensive food options. They'll customize like crazy for you, and all the fake animal proteins are equally yummy, if not entirely authentic. As someone mentioned, they have free dessert -- some sort of rice and/or black bean pudding with coconut milk. Normally rice-based desserts gross me out, but this stuff is actually quite nice -- nicer than it looks. And hey, can't beat the price. I'm only giving the place four stars instead of five because of the atrocious ambiance/space constraints and the impossibly elusive delivery promise. Oh yeah, and the chemical burn their four-star spicy noodles gave me. Worth it, though.
Pros: Great cheap food, lots of options, free dessert
Cons: Spicier than you'd expect, lame ambiance, no one answers phone for delivery