Menu offers assorted hot and cold tea drinks, herbal teas, juices, set rice meal (comes with assorted veggies), noodles, sizzling plates, and hot pots; no egg used but mayonnaise has dairy. Cheap to moderate prices. Nice decor with air conditioning when hot. Small tables seat up to 4. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Buddhist, Taiwanese
163, Xiangshang North Road (/near corner of Sec. 1, Meicun Road)
Taichung, Taiwan


First Review by Chia
  • vegetarian

Food is good but not tasty

Posted on 12 / 07 / 2013

We had two different dishes.

One fried noodles with vegetables. It appeared to be one vegetable (chinese cabbage), with mushrooms and pork mock meat. We are not fans of mock meat, so we didn't enjoy the meal a lot. No spices added and a celery undertaste.

One rice dish with vegetables : spinach, one steamed half carrot slice, chinese cabbage, warm pickled cabbage with mock pork tendon meat.

If you are OK with mock meat, then go ahead ! That's not the type of veggie food we prefer to eat actually..

BUT : Their mochis are excellent ! 10 for 250NT$, which is a bit expensive, but the taste justifies it.

Pros: Mochis
Cons: Mock meat, Solo vegetable fried noodles
  • vegetarian


Posted on 09 / 09 / 2012

The special set meal comes with various bits of dishes plus white/brown rice and is popular and good. The "Young Sen" (fostering health) hot pot is tasty. The server told us that no MSG is used here.

Pros: pleasant atmosphere, quick service, clean food
Cons: small food menu


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