The restaurant: located on Fraser between Kingsway and King Ed, typically open for lunch hours (12-3?) and dinner hours (5-9?) Six days a week (closed Tuesdays.) The ambiance is basic and clean, with reading material available re: vegetarian & Buddhist lifestyles. The windows of the restaurant display the full menu, and posters with information on Buddhist/Meditation seminars being held in the city.
The service: Good, friendly, and consistent no matter what you look like/wear (i.e. not related to the servers' guestimation of your potential spending/tipping capability - I've found that to be an issue with a lot of Vancouver establishments.) The servers have been the same since we've been going there, which is a nice plus. If you go on a weekend evening it can get a bit busy and the service is slower, but still not bad.
The food: Excellent. Try their appetizer menu (small dishes, set price, very tasty, dim sum like options), lunch combos (soup, choice of main dish, and bowl of rice), curries and hot pots, noodle dishes (their Chow Fun w/ veggies is awesome), bean curd rolls, pepper steak, and almond chicken. They also do some great noodle in soup dishes that can double as either a pre-dinner soup or entree for those craving a big bowl of noodles ala traditional noodle shop.
Value: Great value! Their lunch combos are particularly good value (apx. $7 for a large bowl of soup, your choice of main dish, and rice.)
All the main dishes are reasonably priced, many are offered in two sizes (great option for people eating on their own or wanting to try a few different main dishes), and the quality of ingredients used is outstanding - this is not a place that uses sub-standard ingredients to keep the prices down. A meal for two adults with plenty of food (appetizer, soup, main dish + noodles & rice) comes to around $30 including a 20% tip.
I've had a lot of people recommend Bo Kong as the best in the city of this genre. None of the people recommending Bo Kong had ever tried Bodhi Choi Heung, and I think it's a bit of a hidden gem. I've tried Bo Kong a few times (review coming), and the food was just not as good as Bodhi Choi Heung - it was greasier, saltier, and tasted like lower quality ingredients were used (low on veggies, big on "filler.")