What incredible food!!! I couldn't believe this little gem exists in Hong Kong. It's a true must eat venue for all vegetarians out there!
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After a less than enjoyable vegetarian experience the night before at a pretty well rated place we were a little nervous as to what to expect. Our concerns were quickly dispelled by the “seafood” fried rice, a generous serve and very tasty. The fried vegetable...More
Good to see HK still has a thriving vegetarian scene. In this culture great effort is spent in the attempt to simulate the equivalent of eating as a carnivore, thus acknowledging the desire to have meat but opting for vegetarianism. The menu is very inventive...More
Being full time vegetarian and it is not easy to get vegetarian food whenever you travel around the world.. So I would appreciate whenever there is a Vegetarian Restaurant which will satisfied me and my sister's family. The food was tasty and the menu is...More
Located near temple street, this is a good place for vegetarians to have some finer vegetarian food. The menu has many various options and the taste is good. You're offered drinks as well. The interior is like most local places in Hong Kong so don't...More
Apparently everything is vegetarian, could have easily fooled me as the mock meat seems real which is great if only one of your party is vegetarian and you love meat. Vegetarians in Hong Kong should go here a few times.
Shop is small but offer many items on the menu, is crowded during dinner time. The place is clean & not to much noise.
I've never had a such a convincing vegetarian sushi option! All the food was tasty and the menu is huge. So excited to find Ying Vegetarian. While all the options look good, I specifically wanted to try the sashimi and sushi... the sashimi selection presents...More
Ying vegetarian is one of my favourite vegetarian restaurant in Kowloon, HK. Situate on Temple street. If you cross the road from Tin Hau temple yau ma tei Ying will be on your left hand side. Small restaurant with limited seats and tables. But easy...More
Average, a notch up a street stall. Had a hot pot and a soup; neither were very good but it was about the only place open on a very cold and wet HK night.