I've been to Hon's more times than I can count over the past decade and love it every time. Being a vegan, it's always a delight to see the huge sign hanging over one of the kitchen's proclaiming 'Vegetarian'! They even have a separate vegetarian menu (look for the green one). Everything I've ever ordered has been extremely tasty and the price usually works out to about $10 each or less especially if you have a decent sized group of people, with leftovers!
Okay, now the bad parts (well, some may see it as bad). The service is QUICK QUICK QUICK but extremely utilitarian. The system they have worked out for serving food is fast and efficient but leaves no room for personal interaction. I don't mind it and even find it fascinating but it may throw some people off who feel like chatting at lengths with their servers. Also, just a warning, they WILL NOT come back to check that everything is okay with the food. If there is a problem, you will have to flag someone down.
The next issue some people may have is that the restaurant has the appearance of a cafeteria, which I find quite amusing. Long sparse simple tables in a large open room with little to no decor with your green tea is served in plastic drinking cups (which is regularly filled!). This may be extremely off putting to someone who doesn't find amusement in bright garish lighting and a loud open room of eating customers.
Also, I've been to the other two Hon's restaurants (Chinatown, Richmond & New West) but they don't hold a candle to this one in terms of efficiency and quality of food.