All Reviews by tash
Stall 0912, 2/F, Bldg 9, Jianwai Soho, 39 Dongsanhuan Zhonglu, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
11 Nov 2010
this restaurant is great. the owner was really friendly and happy to learn we were vegans from england who had heard about the place on happycow. the portions were quite good and the mock duck pancakes were really tasty, and i have eaten a LOT of mock duck pancakes. they even gave us a couple of vegan cookies for free at the end of our meal! also, the restaurant itself was beautiful, cosy and comfortable.
2 St James St, Sheffield, England
31 Jan 2015
No idea what everyone is talking about with the staff - they are so friendly and nice and work really hard in an often busy environment. I've heard them being spoken to quite rudely for no reason by some customers before so maybe that's what other people have commented on!
32 Goodge Street, London, England
31 Oct 2011
I think if you are reading these reviews before choosing to eat somewhere in London, then you need to figure out what kind of vegan you are. If you are from the Gillian McKeith school of thought and just want to eat bland beansprouts or something then don't go here, but if you are like me and my boyfriend (and pretty much every vegan I know) and think greasy Chinese food is one of the best things in life then definitely go here. I do think it's weird that you are charged extra for 'service' at a buffet but it's still cheap, most other vegan places in London are of the expensive/raw variety. I'd rather pay £7 for hot fake meat dishes and fried noodles than £15 for a main course of a small bowl of pasta made from ribboning raw courgettes, so again if you think the same...go crazy. My boyfriend ate 6 plates. Oh and they have mock duck pancakes which some of the other London buffets don't have, amazing.
45, Dongdaqiao Rd, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
fake meaty, oily, goodness
02 Jan 2011
i think most people know what to expect from a supreme master restaurant - cheap, vegan food with loads of fake meat. which some people actually think is a bad thing! strange!
this particular one was just as tasty, although we kinda wanted something not fried to go with our fried everything. had an awesome vegan tirimisu for pud & my partner had some amazing mango sorbet/ice cream dessert. the staff were nice too.
also, a great place to go if you are travelling - they have a little stall in the corning selling packets of cheap vegan instant noodles, and some packets of vacuum packed fake meat in sauce which doesn't need to be refrigerated. also some vitamins and healthy stuff i think.
185/30 Pham Ngu Lao St, District 1, Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
26 Nov 2010
bit wary because of the bad reviews on here but the food was good, better than can be said for most other veg places in vietnam. a bit more expensive than most but we avoided the indian/western food and had some nice tofu, the veg was fresh and tasty, and not too pricey for beer. all in all good, and the waiter was friendly. just really annoying being interrupted 5-10 times in the course of a meal by hawkers.
85/2 Tanao Road, Banglumpu, Bangkok, Thailand
02 Jan 2011
if you are vegan and have any taste buds at all you MUST go here. they serve the best pancakes i have ever had (which are also wheat free). the ones i ordered came with coconut cream and loads of fresh strawberry sauce. perfect if you are craving something that isn't rice, morning glory, or tofu (ie. stodgy western food). on one of the many other times we visited i had the meatballs which were really good too. some of the western dishes are more expensive but just because of the imported/expensive ingredients - you can't knock them for that. also have amazing banana porridge with coconut milk which is huge and fills you up all day. yuuuuuuuum.
109, St 130, Sangkat Phsar Chas, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
09 Dec 2010
firstly, this place isn't completely vegan as a couple of the dishes (almost pointlessly) come with a fried egg on top...
..but otherwise it is about 90% vegan and really really tasty, cheap and the portion sizes are good. the soups are huge, even for our greedy bellies. i would highly recommend the dumpling soup too, totally delicious. the owner was lovely too; we wanted some food to take away after our meal for our train journey the next day and she offered to sell us packets of mock meat/fish to make into sandwiches. you should ask to see them, one actually looks like a whole fish!! weird.
she mentioned that they also cater for weddings and showed us some pictures which looked amazing, incase you're planning on getting married in that area!
4 Nether Edge Road, Sheffield, UK, Sheffield, England
18 Nov 2010
a friend noticed that this cafe served a few types of vegan burgers and could also do vegan milkshakes (as part of their burger and shake night, wednesdays i think) so a large group of us visited. it's small inside so couldn't be seated for a long time but understandable as they were very busy. they serve about 4 or 5 vegan burgers, sos mix, traditional burger style, bean, etc. they were nice but a bit of a rip off for about £7 with either salad OR potato wedges. both would just about have been worth it. the milkshake was just milkshake powder and (unchilled) soya milk also. nice selection of homemade pickles and sauces though.
51 Nguyen Van Dau, P6, District Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
26 Nov 2010
can't believe there aren't any reviews for this place yet, hopefully someone will see this one and spread the word about how great this place is. after some pretty awful vegan food in most of vietnam, by our last day in saigon i just didn't care where we ate. so glad we walked past here though. finally good, fresh, tasty food that isn't stone cold and bland. no offence vietnam. we had macaroni with veg grilled beef and tomato sauce which was divine. also some great tofu and veg. go here, refuse the hand towels if you don't wanna pay 2 thousand dong though. p.s. good portions, and we are greedy.
23 Alma Street, Sheffield, England
02 Jan 2011
the best thing about the fat cat (beer aside) is that it is the only place you can come on a sunday and get a vegan roast dinner. correct me if i'm wrong on that though. the food isn't amazing (namely the fact they use some tinned veg, ugh) but it is nice, and relatively cheap. the pies they make are good. in sheffield you have to take what you can get i think. also they do one or maybe 2 vegan desserts (crumble normally) with vegan custard.
158, Street 19 off Sihanouk Blvd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
26 Nov 2010
nice food, tasty deep fried battered tofu. but whether or not each dish is worth a dollar depends on what you order.. the spaghetti isn't enough for a dinner, but the tempura or deep fried tofu (under snacks) is generous and very filling because of the thick batter. in general yummy though, and good service. their business cards and fliers use the phrase 'go vegan, save the planet' or something, but they serve eggs and cheese. hmm.
159 Calmette, Nguyen Thai Binh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
26 Nov 2010
nice enough place, clean and friendly. my partner ordered lemongrass tofu which was tasty and hot (temp). i ordered some rice with veg and mock meat, which was not too tasty and cold. i noticed afterward it came from the stand out the front of the restaurant. ditto flies, and generally feel a bit weird eating food that has been sat out for ages, even if it isn't actual meat.
Rm 0260, 2/F, Bldg D, Chaowai SOHO, 6B Chaoyangmenwai Dajie, CBD/Guomao, Beijing, China
11 Nov 2010
we had a bit of trouble finding this place from the directions, as there about 4 different SOHO buildings! follow the directions and it is the SOHO building with a huge pink present outside.
however, we loved this place so much we ate there 3 nights out of 5 whilst in beijing. each time we had a huge feast which only came to about 40 yuan each (we are very greedy, so you can spend less if you have a normal appetite!) the food is fresh, delicious and satisfying, unlike some of the veg places where everything is oily and fried. i would recommend the dumplings as a side to your meal! also, they have a page at the back of the menu where you can choose from some 'staples' for about 10-20 yuan each, e.g. tofu over rice, noodles with tofu and vegetables, if you are really on a budget. amazing place, highly recommended.
9 Tran Hung Dao St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
26 Nov 2010
think we came here at a bad time (a few minutes before closing) because the food was weird, not sure why so many people rave about it. although having eaten at many small vege places in vietnam this was the same as most of them - a bit bland and most of the food was cold. maybe we should have come at lunch. good location and right cheap though.