|Huge vaired menu, attentive and friendly service. Warm, attractive interior design and colors, cleanliness easily apparent. Quiet pleasant music, no television noise in the background in contrast to Loving Hut. I like being able to leave out all the imitation meat products and have good dishes here. Nice to have them in Chinatown as well as their Kirkham location.||Vegan Living
|Started with the BBQ Pork, nice flavor, but a bit too soggy/squishy. Chow Mein had about 5x the bean sprouts as noodles. Veggie tri-spice chicken was tasty, most flavorful dish we had. Lemon chicken had a thick coating of lemon slime (not appealing). Overall, food could have used more flavor/spices. Very bright inside, lacking in ambiance.||Dana
|Agree with previous reviews. The "chicken" was pretty good, better than other fake meats I've had. Sauce was a bit mild though.||eric
|The most inexpensive way to try their food is get a bunch of friends to eat family style with you. If that's not easy to do, try their very affordable $7.50 lunch menu. Bring a takeout container cause small eaters will have extras to bring home. If you don't know what to order, order entrees with photos on the menu. They are their top sellers. #90 Bean Curd Roll is my favorite dish.||sunny
|Had an excellent dinner here with two others. The hardest part was picking from the very large menu. They have something for everyone - faux meat or no meat. Everything we got was good and interesting, but some might find the flavoring on the mild side. We are very lucky to have gone from 1 to 3 veg*n restaurants in Chinatown recently - please support them all so they will thrive.||greg
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