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Chinese Buddhist vegetarian food
Totally vegetarian Chinese Buddhist food - so lots of fake meats. They do have purely vegetable dishes too, such as Monk's vegetables.
Very large portions (easily feed two or three), and large Dim Sum selection. (Formerly 'Buddhist Vegetarian Restaurant')
on Jun 14 05
(last updated Jan 9 13)
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Visited 1.5 years later, and the food is just as delicous (sorry forgot to review this last time)! I believe they are only open for lunch now until 2pm. It is great for both a quick or long lunch - dim sum is prepared in advance and the entrees on the menu didn't take long. The dim sum is absolutely the best vegan ones I have had (compared to Phoenix and San Francisco's). There is so many varieties, and many of them use taro as fillings. Our absolute favorite is stuffed mochi rice wrapped in leaves. The ong choy (hollow vegetables, aka water spinach) is available and good off the menu!
As far as I could tell, everything was vegan; however all the other mentions of this place on the web seem to suggest it's vegetarian, so you may want to double check.
They're now owned by the fish restaurant next door, but the menu and staff remain the same.
Great place to go for Sunday dim sum breakfast!
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In the Cultural Plaza, in Chinatown. Head up the lefthand side of the plaza, by the stream, and it's the second building.
$ - inexpensive
- Large Group-Friendly