|As of November 2010, Zao Noodle Bar is CLOSED.||thecatwho
|Very noisy and crowded. A good place to go if your omnivore friends want something "trendy", but I prefer Bangkok Cuisine (whole separate veg menu) or Kan Zeman when in PA. I think this place is veg-friendly, not vegan-friendly.||greg
|Menu only has a few vegan options, and vegetarian options are said to contain fish. So not a good start. 3 of us got the Monk's Delight, and mine came out about half the size. They really didnt want to fix it, but finally did. Food was average. Very loud and small tables. Service okay, but very keen to get people thru quickly.||chris
|The only vegan entree (at time of visit) was tasty but seemed overpriced for what it was (stir fry w/noodles, veggies, tofu) - $11 tax/tip included. Bustling, noisy dining experience. Server was quick to take away empty dishes and water glasses. Owner responsive to updating menu to remove confusing vegetarian legend with notation that it included fish.||tammy
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