If we want to eat somewhat healthy, one of us gets a noodle dish and the other gets the vegetarian rice noodle soup (Guay Tiew), which is very light for Thai food. Typically, we top off our meal with the coconut ice cream dessert, which is made in-house and is a nice treat to share. There are plenty of other dishes to try, including ones with eggplant, broccoli and stir-fries. The menu is fairly standard fare for Thai food, but the food is delicious. Friends of ours from Central Michigan always make a point to stop here while driving down I-75 as the food is that good.
The only thing keeping this from being a perfect choice for vegans is that the menu doesn’t provide clear labels of what is vegan or not. We have found that the servers are good at identifying what is vegan or not, and removing eggs or fish sauce. Just, as always, make your dietary needs clear up front!