For a vegan in Cowtown, sometimes getting a cow-free meal is a daunting task. If chefs can't put beef in a meal, they'll surely try to stick in some cheese or a bit of cream. So hungry vegans will be happy to know that it's easy to get the meal without the "moo" at Thai Place. At this family-owned restaurant, a separate vegetarian menu offers about thirty scrumptious selections, most of which are egg- and dairy-free. The perfect vegan meal starts off with crisp Vegetarian Soft Spring Rolls (which come with a zippy sweet and sour sauce), followed by the Thom Yum Vegetables soup, a heavenly bowl of bright, crisp broccoli, green beans, peppers and lemongrass floating in a tangy kaffir lime broth. Then, it's the Spicy Ginger Tofu, with chunks of fried bean curd in a brown sauce with pungent strips of fresh ginger, bell peppers, mushrooms and onions. Or the Red Curry Vegetables, with bamboo shoots, coconut milk, red chili paste and fresh Thai basil. There are so many choices at Thai Place that no vegan will ever be forced to graze on a bowl of lettuce.