You meet lovely people in vego restaurants!
Posted on 03 / 31 / 2010
I had lunch here really enjoyed the meal. I had bbq pork/tofu skin with rice and vegies ($32), I paid an extra $4 for chinese style soup. Apparently if you choose to pay for the extra item (soup or more expensive drink) you no longer get the free item (a tea or coffee style drink), also if you go for the soup, you will have a choice of a chinese style one (nice) or another type. A lovely English speaking customer helped me out here! No big deal, just hope to make your ordering a bit easier,as my Cantonese is non existent and the staff spoke little English. The English menu is pretty good though.
The meal itself was really nice and great value. This is related to the Loving Hut chain of vegan restaurants around the world. There is a telly playing their spiritual tv broadcasts in all restaurants, which is actually pretty interesting and nice if you are a lone diner. If tv isn't your thing over a meal, you can sit away from it and the volume isn't overpowering.
To get there, follow the Amoy Plaza signs in Kowloon BAY station (DON'T confuse this with Kowloon Station!!!-this one is on the green line about halfway along). Once you come down onto the street, sort of veer right and this will take you past some small stalls and under a highway
flyover. The street you come to is Ngau Tau Kok, walk along it to the right for about 6 mins, into the second Amoy Plaza entrance and you will find Buddha Hut directly behind McDon'tEat.
english menu, the tv show!
make sure u get right MTR station!