Serves meat, veg options available. Previously also known as Lane Crawford Cafe. Offers only 5 different salads from which you can choose and make into one bowl. A meal might be salad bowl plus a half sandwich and a fruit juice. Be sure to ask for olive oil instead of butter on anything. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Lacto, Organic, International, Non-veg
Ground floor Marco Polo Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui (near Ocean Terminal)
Kowloon, Hong Kong
  • Accepts credit cards


First Review by JChan
  • vegan

Vegan friendly

Posted on 06 / 13 / 2014

This little cafe serves very fresh, conscientious dishes.
Not many vegan choices, but those that are vegan are very tasty.

I usually have their avocado/tomato sauce/sun-dried tomato/herbs/greens sandwich on thick French bread. This is sumptuous. Else you can have the vegan pasta dish. Both dishes cost about under $80 each. A fresh mint tea goes very well with either.

I must add that the cafe uses butter to cook the mushroom in the sandwich. Although it's all vegetables, a vegan client must tell the waitress ahead of time not to use butter and they usually complies. I've pressed them several times to be careful with this, to serve with sensitivity to a client's dietary preferences.

Service by three youngsters, very courteous and helpful.

Updated today, June 3, 2014
Updated from previous review on Tuesday June 03, 2014


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Last updated: 2014/06/15


Added: 2012/05/17


Added by: JChan