This family-run place is reminiscent of how we started Grassroots Pantry: it’s half shop, half restaurant although it’s become so popular they’ve had to expand Thai Vegetarian Food recently. I love it because it’s down to earth and run by a husband and wife. I’m moderately intolerant to onions and garlic and I know the restaurant doesn’t serve any of those so it’s a great place for me to go. The raw mango salad and ‘prawn’ cakes are very good.
I recently found out about Chuen Koon through a delivery service and have started to order it more regularly. It’s not vegetarian, but they’re very accommodating and the dishes can be easily tweaked for my dietary restrictions. I always order the spicy potato thread, cabbage and spicy rubber-band noodles.
Pure Veggie House is a classic vegetarian restaurant in Hong Kong and for all the right reasons. From dim sum to hot pot to Szechuan-style dishes, there is so much variety to choose from. The various types of mushrooms they source from Yunnan are especially unique.
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