For appetizers, we had the vegetarian sampler, which had hummus, baba ghannouj, falafel, vegetarian grape leaves and a salad. In addition, we ordered sauteed mushrooms (NOTE: they are usually cooked in butter but they will cook them in coconut or vegetable oil upon request), which were cooked in a rich, dark sauce that we suspect had wine in it. All of these were good, though our favorites were the hummus and the mushrooms. Their pita bread is freshly baked and puffy, much better than the standard flat pitas often served wrapped in plastic that other places have.
For entrees, we had the galaba, which was sauteed vegetables served over spaghetti-type wheat noodles (rice was an option). The veggies were sauteed in a lemon and olive oil sauce. We also had the mujedra, which was lentils, onions and rice cooked in olive oil. That dish had a side salad as well. Other vegan options include a falafel sandwich and a falafel salad.
We had a nice time and appreciated several non-standard options for vegans. We thought the appetizers had a richer taste than the entrees but overall enjoyed our experience. They have a full bar and plenty of space.