The food was absolutely delicious. For the food alone, I'd give 5 stars, but there were just a few problems (that could easily be fixed).
I'll obviously start with the food. I had the grilled tempeh sandwich and, as I'm pretty newly vegetarian, this was my first experience with tempeh -- and it definitely won't be my last. The tempeh is marinated in some sort of soy sauce concoction, so the asian flavors really came out, especially with the spicy mayo and cucumbers. I could eat this sandwich every day.
My boyfriend had the Korean beef sandwich, which he also loved. I obviously didn't try it, so I can't give too many specifics... But he said the beef was tender, the sauce was great, and it looked to be pretty decently sized.
The sandwiches don't come with fried but we got a side of them, and I didn't even think to ask what they're fried in -- which is kind of a concern because they use lard in their pie crusts and advertise free bacon fat with a "Larder" purchase. I still ate some of the fries (because I'd already eaten a few before I realized I didn't ask about the frying medium) and they are delicious. Super crispy and handcut. I'd hope with the vegetarian and vegan options they offer that the fries would be, too.
Speaking of vegetarian and vegan, they do have quite a few options, including some on their specials list. I actually had several items to choose from, and while it was a hard choice, I surely don't regret the tempeh. However, I do wish their pies didn't have lard in the crust, because the apple pie in the case looked bomb.
Now for the negatives. The place seats 8 people, max. Probably comfortably more like 6 or 7 -- it's absolutely tiny. It has 4 bar stools and one booth, but I'm assuming they do a lot of take out. When we came in it was empty, but by the time we left there were 3 or 4 people waiting around for orders/take out, so it was a bit of a shuffle to get out.
Other than that, I'd maybe recommend they use different glasses for their water and, I'm assuming, other drinks. We had metal glasses, which are cool and all, but deep, dirt-filled gouges in the sides and chunks in the bottom are not what I want in my drink. I still drank it because I'd been out in 90+ degrees all day at the Ann Arbor Art Fair, but I did my best to avoid the chunks.
I'd gladly eat here again, just maybe bring my own water bottle and ask about the fries. And possibly bring my own table and chairs to set up in the parking lot.