Very nice restaurant for vegetarian and also for Jain people to taste authentic Chinese. Only problem only one person who can understand English. So can face problem to order food
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Appears to be entirely vegan bar some milk in the waffles. Very convenient for the Temple Street night market, and right next to Jordan MTR. We enjoyed the evening buffet (I believe 9pm -10.30pm, $66HK + 10%), which had a very wide range of starters,...More
The décor is tired and they don't speak English but that's no reason to avoid this place. It's easy to find on Jordan Road and the food is excellent. They were very friendly and eager to please and found the English menu. A short wait...More
The restaurant was convenient located and easy to find. Understanding the differences between the buffet option (even for dinner) vs. ordering dishes - not so much. We decided to go with the former and got one of them cook-it-yourself sets on the table. The staff...More
The restaurant is on Jordan street ,just on the exit of subway ,they have buffet everyday ,I was there for the dinner buffet its about hk$120 if you arrive at 9 or after that it's half price ,there s ala crate menu as well ,...More
Was there for 6 days and my parents return each day to eat it! Love the chee cheong fun (forget how hongkong call it).. I love the taro puff.. Kind of ex though but we are on vacation!
They serve Dim Sum from 11, but at 12 there is a buffet with some Dim Sum, noodles, fried rice, hotpot, vegetables, spring rolls and a selection of deserts. Tip: come before 12 or reserve a table for the buffet, tables filled up very quickly!...More
Easily accessible by public transport such as bus or the underground, this vegetarian restaurant remains here for almost thirty years. Its appetizer namely mock roast pork and roast gooes and dessert, especially sweet glutinuous balls (red bean paste) are yummy.
We stumbled across this restaurant after leaving the Jordan Street MTR and decided to give it a try. After the initial language barrier and being shown the restaurant upstairs we used our Google translate app to tell the staff we would like the downstairs buffet....More