This restaurant is in a new, upscale shopping area, the type that simulates a walkable neighborhood. To reach the cafe, you must walk into the center of the pedestrian-only area. The place is not easy to locate if you just cruise the shopping center by car, and free parking in the nearby structure is available, but this means 5-10 minutes negotiating the garage and walking to the cafe.
Once we arrived, we found a casual dining format (stand and order, then pay and the food is brought to your table). For newbies, the menu was confusing. We all found something to order, food arrived fairly quickly, and my Bangkok Stir Fry dish with tofu, was tasty, generous, and a good value. The staff were very helpful, and the ambiance, while a bit noisy and not plush, was OK. I would go again to explore more of what is on their menu. It is entirely vegan, and the menu includes several faux-meat items of which I am suspicious but might be willing to try.
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