This is actually a Korean and Japanese Restaurant, although the Japanese menu options are fewer, and almost none are vegan, or even vegetarian. My veggie roll was so-so. My dining partner ordered a noodle dish; when it arrived, it had a large piece of gray (seriously) beef on top of it. Our server didn't speak much English, so she called someone over who spoke better English; she understood, but her decision was to simply remove the beef. A better restaurant, or at least one that understood that vegetarians don't even want meat touching their food, would have sent it back to the kitchen.
Also, if you don't like the sight if raw meat, don't go. The brazier tables next to us had large piles of raw meat on them.
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