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9 Muslim-friendly vegetarian eateries in Hong Kong

  • Written by Have Halal Will Travel

With many halal food options in Hong Kong, finding halal food has never been easier.

From hearty dim sum to crispy roast duck, there are many halal eateries in Hong Kong not to miss. As much as we love savouring Cantonese-style dishes, you might be craving something else for a change.

You can discover many Muslim-friendly vegetarian eateries in Hong Kong! Whether you’re craving mango desserts or the Impossible Burger, you’ll never go hungry in this bustling city. 

 

Happy Cow

Happy Cow

After going for a spin on the nearby Hong Kong Observation Wheel, treat yourself to dairy-free ice cream at Happy Cow. Spoil yourself at this bright blue shop with vegan options ranging from cherry almond fudge to salted caramel swirl. There’s a flavour of the week that may surprise you, and ginger might just be it!

Happy Cow ice cream

What’s great about Happy Cow is that their ice cream is cholesterol-free and has less sugar. Cheat day or not; it’s the kind of dessert that’ll make you feel less guilty about your calorie intake. Besides their outlet at the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, you can spot these Happy Cow locations around Hong Kong too.

Address: Central Wheel Shop, Booth 3, Man Kwong Street, Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Hong Kong Island
Contact number: +852 2252 7773
Directions: alight at MTR Hong Kong Station and head to the exit on Man Yiu Street. Then, walk for about 5 minutes to reach Happy Cow.

Veggie One

Veggie One is a Hong Kong eatery that serves a hearty vegetarian buffet. If you’re a true foodie at heart, the abundance of vegetarian selections rarely disappoints. Find a vacant all-white table and make yourself comfortable amid the hanging metallic lights and delicate floral murals.

Veggie One

Buffet rules apply at Veggie One. Pick up a plate and indulge in a huge variety of delicious options including vegetarian pizza, potato balls, pumpkin cake, and stir-fried noodles. The star of the buffet is the vegetarian sushi, and you’ll be surprised how the flavours are pretty close to the real deal.

 

Halal status: this eatery serves an all-vegetarian menu and does not serve meat or use alcohol in their food preparation.
Address: Shop L2–116, 2/F, V Walk, 28 Sham Mong Road, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
Contact number: +852 2328 2102

Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant

Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant

Bringing South Indian flavours to Hong Kong, Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant is a humble eatery that’ll win over your taste buds with curries and exotic spices. Begin with starters such as chilli paratha, mushroom cauliflower and samosas.

 

Halal status: this eatery serves an all-vegetarian menu and does not serve meat or use alcohol in their food preparation.
Address: UG 1–5 & 31, Wing On Plaza, 62 Mody Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Contact number: +852 2640 2123 / 2643 9123
Directions: Alight at MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station and head towards Exit P2. Then walk for 1 minute to reach Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant.

Green Common

Green Common

Going meat-free in Hong Kong is much easier with Green Common in the picture. A stone’s throw from MTR Central Station, this Landmark Alexandra outlet offers a weekday menu that includes Korean Beyond Beef pizza, Good Vibe pizza, and assorted mushroom black truffle Vegenaise pizza.

Green Common

Green Common also serves the Beyond Burger; a plant-based burger served with cabbage, tomato apple puree and smoky honey mustard! Alternatively, there’s the Beyond Sausage; a vegetarian hot dog served with a vegan bun, lettuce, tomato sauce and mustard. Before you leave, round off your meal with a cup of purple sweet potato latte or açai berry herbal tea.

Green Common

Halal status: this eatery serves an all-vegetarian menu and does not serve alcohol on the premises. You may find ‘Omnipork’ on the menu but do note it’s fully vegan.
Address: Shop B2, B/F, Landmark Alexandra, 18 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong Island
Contact number: +852 3582 4463
Directions: Alight at MTR Central Station and walk for 1 minute to reach Green Common.

Supabowl

Supabowl

Photo Credit: @supabowlhk on Instagram

If you’re tired of greens, Supabowl knows a way to add a splash of colour, and we’re talking about açai bowls. A home-grown brand that centres their menu on natural superfoods, savour a spoonful of nutrients complete with colourful fruits and granola on a hot day.

Supabowl

Photo Credit: @supabowlhk on Instagram

Take a look at the menu to see a selection of Nature Bowls, ranging from the popular Supabowl (açai with banana, strawberry, blueberries and bee pollen) to Powerbowl (açai with banana, kiwi, mango and flaxseed). Besides that, you also have the freedom to customise your açai bowl or walk away with a refreshing smoothie in hand.

 

Halal status: this eatery uses Muslim-friendly ingredients and does not serve meat or use alcohol in their food preparation.
Address: Shop A1, 4 Swatow Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island
Contact number: +854 3565 4379
Directions: Alight at MTR Wan Chai Station and head towards Exit A3. Then walk for about 5 minutes to reach Supabowl.

2DP

2DP

A charming eatery filled with wooden furniture and back-lit shelves, 2DP is proudly vegetarian with a  menu that offers plenty of selections to keep you full after exploring these picture-perfect Instagram spots in Hong Kong.

2DP

Whether you’re leaning towards vegan caviar avocado salmon tartare or avocado mango open toast with yoghurt, you’re in for a delicious treat. Other treats to tempt you further include the morning glory all-day breakfast and salted egg yolk creamy barley risotto. If that’s not enough, there’s the lip-smacking Impossible Burger too.

 

Halal status: this eatery serves an all-vegetarian menu and does not serve meat or use alcohol in their food preparation. Although ‘pork’ is mentioned on the menu, do note that it’s entirely vegan.
Address: G/F, The Lamma Tower, 12–12A Hau Fook Street, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Contact number: +852 3705 9590
Directions: Alight at MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station and head towards Exit B2. Then walk for 3 minutes to reach 2DP.

OVOCAFE

OVOCAFE

Amid the bustle of the Old Wan Chai Market, spot this vegetarian eatery named OVOCAFE. Perfect for Muslim diners who are looking for vegetarian options, the cafe provides a variety of salads, soups, main courses and all-day breakfasts to satiate your hunger.

OVOCAFE

Start your meal with a classic OVO green salad before feasting on classic margherita pizza, tom yum noodles or spinach cheese pie with portobello mushrooms. If you didn’t manage to try the Impossible Burger at other vegetarian eateries, OVOCAFE’s version comes with a side of nachos with sour cream.

 

Halal status: this eatery serves an all-vegetarian menu and does not serve meat. Do note that alcoholic beverages are served on the premises.
Address: OVO Flagship Store, 1 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island
Contact number: +852 2527 6011
Directions: Alight at MTR Wan Chai station and head towards Exit A3. Then walk for about 5 minutes to reach OVOCAFE.

Local Ginger Veggie Bistro

Local Ginger Veggie Bistro

Photo Credit: Local Ginger on Facebook

After spending an afternoon at Blue House, grab a bite at the in-house Chinese vegetarian restaurant named Local Ginger Veggie Bistro. Choose from a variety of vegetarian delights that’ll please your palate.

Local Ginger Veggie Bistro

Photo Credit: Local Ginger on Facebook

Ranging from veggie wonton noodle soup to dry noodles with ginger and scallions, as well as Shanghai stir-fried sticky rice cake, it’ll be a pleasant meal to enjoy. Since the bistro is also known for their aesthetically pleasing food presentation, you’ll have the best time snapping pictures for the ‘gram too.

 

Halal status: while the restaurant is not halal-certified, they serve an all-vegetarian menu. The menu may mention ‘meat’, but the mock meats are made entirely from vegetables.
Address: 8 King Sing Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island
Contact number: +852 2833 4601
Directions: Alight at MTR Wan Chai station and walk towards Exit A2. Then walk for about 10 minutes to Local Ginger Veggie Bistro.

LockCha Tea House

LockCha Tea House

Once you’ve explored the best of Tai Kwun, prepare to be served with bite-sized vegetarian dim sum at LockCha Tea House.

LockCha Tea House

Together with a cup of Chinese tea, try the red bean buns, vegetarian spring rolls, taro cakes and coconut cashew glutinous rice dumplings for a delicious Hong Kong treat. Enjoy vegan noodles and ginger cake too!

 

Halal status: while the restaurant is not halal-certified, they serve an all-vegetarian dim sum menu. They don’t use alcohol in food preparation but it’s advised that you dine at your own discretion.
Address: G06–07, Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong Island
Contact number: +852 2276 5777
Directions: Alight at MTR Central Station and head towards Exit D2. Then take a 7-minute walk to LockCha Tea House.


While the vegetarian options are amazingly delicious, you can level up with the ultimate guide to yummy halal food in Hong Kong (near major attractions!). Wherever your taste buds lead you, it’ll be an unforgettable food adventure!


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