Hi there, we’ve never been (assuming you mean the one in Sellwood), but according to Yelp reviewers, they seem accommodating.
Update 4/18/13: we got a chance to check it out, and to add to Susan’s comment, their way of veganizing options seems to involve leaving stuff off (aioli off the Lemongrass Tofu sandwich, eggs and oyster sauce off the Fresh Wide Rice Noodles) so that was disappointing for a menu that goes out of the way to mark things that are/can be made vegan, but not that different from how a regular Thai restaurant would deal with it. That said, the food was still decently flavorful (with the caveat that as in any mixed restaurant, the food is probably being cooked right after meat dishes so who knows how much residual flavor is coming from stuff you don’t want to be eating). It did help that the tofu they use is fried/marinated, rather than just plain. It is the first place we’ve been to in Portland with vegan fried sesame balls (as Susan mentioned) which are an old dim sum favorite of ours so that is something they offer that is special. And just a note that it is counter service.
Jade Bistro Teahouse & Patisserie
7912 SE 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97202
Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli Salad
photo by Food Mountain