For starters, they have vegan samosas filled with potato and peas. They came with a tamarind chutney and a cilantro chutney. [Updated: for some reason the samosas are no longer vegan, but they now have potato pakoras that are.]
They have a "make it a meal" option that comes with what you see below (except that I substituted roti for the naan bread, as the naan is not vegan). The small veggie curry is coconut milk based.
We got a baigan bartha (roasted eggplant with peas, onions, and cilantro) and a black lentil stew.
On my three visits to Vaades, I found that I had to check with them a couple of times to make sure that what I was getting was in fact vegan. They did put a curry in front of me one time that had cream in it. Another time, the black lentil stew was unavailable because it had been made with cream that day. However, they will always have other vegan curries to chose from, and I always leave satisfied and with a substantial amount of leftovers.
Vaades is located at 149 West 3rd Street, across from Pasparos Taverna, and they stay open late (10 pm Sunday to Wednesday and midnight Thursday to Friday).