The staff is very nice & attentive. They have the usual minimal veg-friendly sushi options, and the usual Thai tofu options. Some dishes are spicy, but there are others that are only flavorful.
This time, we tried the crispy tofu appetizer with sweet peanut sauce (yum), an avocado roll, a veg-sushi roll, and the sweet & sour tofu. All were great, at a fair price. We were a little over-stuffed since we didn't want to deal with leftovers.
We went back a few weeks later and just got the crispy tofu appetizer, one roll of veg-sushi, and the cashew tofu entree. We were still full, but not overly so. Next time we might forgo the appetizer and try a dessert...
Update: On our next trip back we tried something completely different. Mostly.
Praram is named after a Hindu god (it's complicated).
"Sautéed and served with steamed spinach and broccoli, topped with peanut sauce."
We'll have to remember the name of this guy.
The manager kept telling us how "Nobody ever orders this dish."
Okay... But it was still very yummy and healthy-tasting.
March 18, 2015:
Tried a different appetizer on our latest visit. Quite good, but judging on volume, maybe not quite worth the price.
July 28, 2015:
Another very happy visit.
Ginger cashew tofu, and Pad Thai. Both excellent.