I was impressed with HanDelin. It's a small, fastidiously clean, well-maintained place, with attentive staff (who seem to be part of a particular Buddhist organisation dedicated to self-improvement). We can recommend the barbecued mock-lamb skewers, the green noodles, grilled long beans, and potato (?) pancake. But there's lots more good stuff to choose from – some very fancy starters but a lot of heartier stuff too. Prices are quite variable, with some very expensive dishes and others at a moderate price. This seems to be the case with some vegan restaurants in Beijing, with prices depending on quality of ingredients.
Updated from previous review on Saturday November 15, 2014
Cons: Some dishes are expensive