Additional Vegan Restaurants in Hong Kong:
Pure Veggie House: Locally/organically sourced healthy dim sum with quality ingredients and a relaxed vibe.
Olive Leaf: As part of PlateCulture, Olive Leaf offers a private dining experience of Middle Eastern and Israeli food on Lamma Island. You can request an entirely vegan menu.
Veg 6: Japanese, Italian and Western vegetarian food fuse, with mock meats taking a solid place at the table. Any dishes containing egg or dairy are marked.
Isoya Japanese Vegetarian Restaurant: Veg sushi, noodles and dessert in the heart of Wan Chai.
Rawsoever: Healthy and creative raw vegan dishes on Lamma Island. Expect colourful combinations and a relaxed vibe.
The Vegvolution Kitchen: Italian-Asian inspired vegan cafe with a regularly rotating menu of pizzas – plus plenty of pastas, risottos, burgers and desserts.
Hemingway’s by the Bay: Vegetarian bar and grill by Discovery Bay beach. The live music on weekends is a bonus. The vegan nachos are crisp, cheesy and piled high.
Loving Hut: You’ll find mock meat in the form of barbecue char siu, chicken noodles and more. The Kowloon Bay location also carries vegan baked goods – including vegan egg tarts!
Gaia Veggie House: This is a favourite of ours. Order from the picture menu, and you won’t leave hungry. You’ll have meat-lovers swearing it can’t be mock meat!
InnoVeggie: A well-known lunch spot. The buffet features a spread of Asian and Western dishes.
ChangLe: Taiwanese fare supporting cruelty-free dining. The majority of the menu is vegan-friendly but items that include egg are marked.
Supabowl: Hong Kong’s first dedicated Acai café, using only the finest veggie ingredients. Think goji berries, chia seeds, flax seeds and coconut.
The Cakery: Gluten-free, dairy-free and Paleo-friendly goods are all available. Try “Rabbit Food”, a carrot cupcake with dairy-free cinnamon cream.
Top tip: Whilst many restaurants are confused by vegan requests, we’ve found that more and more places are happy to accommodate. If nothing else, asking for no fish sauce at your local Thai restaurants is a great way to spark a conversation. It’s particularly exciting to see well-known meat restaurants like Beef & Liberty, Little Birdy, The Butcher’s Club, Honbo and Porterhouse starting to put more plant-based alternatives on the menu.