Fu Hui Ci Yuan Vegetarian...

Overall rating: 4.5 stars 7 Reviews
Fine dining ambiance, associated with Buddhist organization. No onion, garlic, shallot, chive, or leek used. Also caters to the mass vegetarian office workers by having weekday lunchtime pack meal at around RMB10, 15, 20. Try the blueberry mountain yam mashed placed on top of individual piece of hawthorn. Direction: Follow Dong'anmen St west until you get to Golden Jaguar, turn right and walk 100 meters, you'll see a red sign pointing right, go down that street (Xila Hutong) for 50 meters. Confirmed open Apr 2013. Price: Moderate more-less
53 Dong'anmen Street, Dongcheng (near Xila Hutong)
Beijing, China 100006
010-51385789, 13716034788

Open Mon-Sun 10am-9pm.

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First Review by xraysez
TanyaMaytar
TanyaMaytar
5

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  • vegan

Nice Restaurant near Wangfujing Shopping Area

4 Posted on 04 / 24 / 2014

Wonderful restaurant short walk from Wangfujing Shopping District.
The Yam appetizer is very nice. Great food and very good atmosphere.
Be aware of the price before your order. Some of the dishes are quite cheap but some dishes are very expensive.
Also they seem to be an expert in tea. Some teas are very expensive.

Most of the food is vegan.
No english spoken but clear menu with pictures


midtown
midtown
1

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  • vegetarian

Glad we made the effort to find it

5 Posted on 12 / 29 / 2013

Went for lunch there based on Happy Cow reviews and wasn't disappointed. We had a tofu & mushroom hotpot and mushroom dumplings. Both were delicious.

None of the waitresses spoke English, but with Google translate we were fine.

Highly recommend


veggiebubble
veggiebubble
25

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  • vegetarian

Loved it

5 Posted on 09 / 19 / 2013

Really enjoyed eating here and can't wait to go back! We had the more affordable noodle soup dishes (at the back of the menu) which were all delicious. Also had the spinach pie once which was really good (though contains egg) but very big!

Staff seemed friendly and there was one lady that spoke English but I don't believe other staff did.

The juices seemed oddly expensive - we ended up with hot water!

Pros: Tasty food, Nice restaurant, Good price
enRoute
enRoute
152

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  • vegan

Central diamond in the rough

5 Posted on 04 / 04 / 2013

This is a lovely little place, as others have mentioned. It is down a side street, Xila Hutong, close to the grassy area of Donghuangchenggan. Its central location really sets it apart; a short walk from Tiananmen, and right off of the (in)famous Wangfujing Street. Wonderfully peaceful ambiance and a great place to duck out of the chaos around that part of town.

Friendly people and great food. They don't speak English, so if you want to avoid eggs, make it clear to them. Lots of great affordable noodle dishes right next to mind-blowing 500 RMB mushroom delicacies. Be careful where you point.

Had great Sichuan noodle soup, sausage hot pot, veggie meat pancakes. Lots of interesting options for the adventurous that I haven't seen on other menus. Highly recommended, support this neat little oasis!

Pros: Delicious food, Super friendly, Central
Cons: Hard to find, Can be pricey
vegan_jeeper
vegan_jeeper
2

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  • vegan

Amazing little gem

4 Posted on 01 / 28 / 2013

Just got back from this great spot! beautiful restaurant with GREAT service and amazing food! Try the mock chicken with bamboo, radish soup, eggplant, and of course the mashed yam with blueberry! SUPER good!

Pros: food, service, price
Cons: location

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psiphi75
psiphi75
26

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  • vegan

Good food in a nice restaurant

4 Posted on 11 / 17 / 2012

The food is Chinese with a few mock meats. Menu is with photos and English. English is spoken too. Food was very good and the portions well sized.

Pros: good food, nice clean restaurant
xraysez
xraysez
14

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  • vegan

Tasty Tofu, nice atmosphere

4 Posted on 01 / 01 / 2012

Initially we coulbt find this, but if you turn left at the golden jaguar its down the first hutong, and has big English signs saying "vegan restaurant" and "vegetarian" so not too hard to find.
The food was very tasty especially the spicey tofu. The menu has English and pictures, but our server didn't speak any English, and we only know very basic Chinese. The food was well priced we spent 100Y and didn't finishes it all, we had dumplings, tofu, fries rice with fake meat, and 2 drinks, but the peanut soya milk was a bit unusual for my taste buds.
Big restaurant with bookshop inside. No seperate (scam) tourist menu, which is good.
The waiter did stand at our table while we decided what to eat, this might be part if the culture, and he wasn't pushy at all.

Pros: Non-smoking, Big portions, Well priced
Cons: Limited communication, Not clearly labelled vegan

 

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