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First Review by JackTanner

Chinese vegan buffet - Edit

One of the many vegan Buddhist all you can eat buffets across China. At ¥32 it is a bit pricier than average (though you usually get a discount if paying by alipay), but is a bit more upmarket with fancier chairs and a very big selection. As always I filled my plate and almost couldn't finish it.

It should be easy to find - I'm sure there was an English sign outside. Go up the stairs turn right and you buy a voucher in the shop which you then hand in at the buffet itself maybe 50 metres to your right. Not sure if they speak English but if you say "wo yao chi fan" (I want to eat some food) they should understand.

Like most of these buffets they're normally busy at lunchtime but I did find a seat OK. They also tend to be low on food near the end of service, but given the many options here you should still have plenty of choice if you come a little late.

Update: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays cost ¥18 but you have to pay cash (no Alipay/wechat)

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