I started the meal with the Seitan wings, (can you tell I'm a sucker for anything calling itself a wing and vegan?), with a cajun spice dusting and a side, ($0.49 extra of course), of BBQ sauce. I think you should just add $0.49 to ever dish and not nickel and dime but that's another topic for another time.
You can see the cornmeal crust and some of the red dusting. There definitely was a hint of cayenne but it didn't scream "cajun". That's just fine, the seitan was moist and tender on the inside and the crust was a nice contrast. I happen to like just about all sauces and this was a KC sweet molassesy type sauce which was a really nice dip. I always look at a plate like this, think of how much I order both because I'm hungry and ... well, I'm writin' a damn blog for crissake, and mentally divide the plate, half to eat and half to take home. The take home half never made it. Finished the whole thing by myself. My copilot couldn't be tempted into trying even one.
I usually don't order tofu as I think it's just a substitute for animal protein and would much rather sample something that is made inhouse but wanted to try the coconut rum sauce and the dish sounded good.