Clean place with attentive, helpful staff. Mixed quality of food, though. We prefer vegan although on the road we'll accept vegetarian. We were just passing through & this looked like a place that would work for us. It was just OK. Not bad, not great. OK. We had seaweed salad (good). Veggie Chap Chae (Korean translucent noodles). Don't choose this one...greasy, chintzy on the vegies: mainly onion, a few broccoli pieces and mushrooms. Way too much black pepper. Veggie tempura...once again the cheapest veggies: white potato & onion with a few others. So greasy that the oil oozed onto my fingers as I broke one of the pieces in half to see what it was (more potato). So I recommend passing on the tempura, too. Then we had the sumi salad: once again fried tofu and fresh cut tomatoes & avocado on a bed of (really?) iceberg lettuce. I dunno, maybe it's the best they can do, but what I had I would pass on if the opportunity came up again. Sorry I can't be more complimentary, since the staff there were so nice!
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