Nan Tien Temple

Overall rating: 4.0 stars 1 Reviews
Nan Tien buddist temple has 2 vegetarian eateries. The Dew Drop Inn serves cafe style Asian meals with dishes like tofu laska, wanton soup, spring rolls for $4-10, lunch only. Upstairs the Dining Hall is cafeteria style and offers a plate for $8 that includes 3 sides, rice, fried rice of noodles, and fruit. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Buddhist, Asian, Fast food


First Review by cvxmelody


  • vegetarian

Serene and imposing

4 Posted on 12 / 24 / 2009

The Nan Tien complex is claimed to be the largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere (which I find plausible) and well worth a visit for this reason alone. Beautiful classical architecture and gardens evoke the bygone era of imperial China.

I had lunch in their Dining Hall and it was simple and nutritious. However most come down to soak up the magnificent environs - the food is just a bonus!


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Last updated: 2011/01/23


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