Respond to Review of CLOSED: Neng Ren Vegetarian Restaurant
Review: I agree with what the previous user has written in that it was difficult to find vegetarian/ vegan food in Guilin and that we were very happy when we found this place. We found this place quite difficult to find as we had a bad map. If you take the bus 22 from the railway station, go 4 stops. In front of you, you will see a junction. Cross the road and turn left. The temple is quite big so should be easy to spot if you are on the correct corner of the junction. Walk into the compound where the monastery is and past the entrance for the temple and the restaurant will be facing you. I don't know the exact opening hours as it was difficult to communicate here. We arrived at 3pm and were sad as the place was closed, but it reopened at 5pm so we came back for dinner. There is no english spoken and no english menu, but i had a little sign explaining that I am vegan and the waitressed helped us to order. We got a very large bowl of soup noodles which was huge and simple and tasty and a bargain for 5 yuan. We also asked for mushrooms and got a plate of mixed wild mushrooms and vegetables for 25 yuan. That was delicious and perfect with the soup noodles.