Vegan Restaurants You Need to Try in Hong Kong
Working to minimise the amount of animal products you consume? Here’s what you need to know, and where you need to go.
If you’re leaning towards eating less meat, or considering what it means to be vegan in Hong Kong, it’s worth knowing that this shift could be the single biggest way to reduce negative impacts on our planet. Research shows that “without meat and dairy consumption, global farmland use could be reduced by more than 75% – an area equivalent to the US, China, European Union and Australia combined – and still feed the world”.
In fact, “each day, a person who eats a vegan diet saves 1,100 gallons of water, 45 pounds of grain, 30 square-foot of forested land, 20-pounds CO2 equivalent, and one animal’s life”. And the cherry on the (plant-based) cake is that you don’t have to compromise on taste to align with your values. From traditional dim sum to all-you-can-eat buffets, these miss-meat-not restaurants serve up vegetarian and vegan meals without sacrificing flavour.
Whether your reason for exploring a vegan diet is sustainability, animal rights, health reasons, or personal tastes, we’ve lined up plant-based dining options in Hong Kong worth checking out…
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Featured image courtesy of Getty, image #1 via Confusion, image #2 via Kind Kitchen, image #3 via Mirror & Vegan Concept, image #4 via CS Vegan, image #5 via Grassroots Pantry, image #6 via Mana, image #7 via FruitDay, image #8 via Sharmajii, image #9 via Zen Eat Cuisine, image #10 via Thai Vegetarian Food, image #11 via Lock Cha Tea House, image #12 via Happy Veggies, image #13 via LN Fortunate Coffee, image #14 via Fresca, image #15 via Veggie SF, image #16 via Veggie Monster, image #17 via Ohms Cafe and Bar, image 18 courtesy of hi_trip via Instagram, image 19 via Soland, image #20 via The Cakery, image #21 via Green Common.