Casual, comfy with lots of artistic touches, the former Southport vegan haven has moved to new digs in Forest Glen, but the flavorful meatless, eggless and dairy-free creations remain. The fusion Korean and Buddhist dishes take organic vegetables, nuts and spicy sauces and combine them into healthy, but flavorful meals. Owner and chef David Choi's creations include Tibetan high noon, thick whole-wheat noodles tumble-stirred with Asian vegetables and laced with spicy Tibetan curry sauce. Also find appetizers of noodles blended with finely chopped almonds, hazelnuts and pistachios. Miso soups, daily specials, noodle and tofu combinations, and a weekly-changing brunch make up the menu. And don't miss the all-vegan ice creams in flavors like green tea, red bean, plum, mango and cappuccino.