• DīShuǐ Fāng 滴水坊

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  • White Vegetarian

Vegetarian restaurant located on the ground floor of a buddhist institute building, next to Jiaosi train station. Spacious, fine setting. Offers appetizers, main dishes, coffee and tea. Most food items are vegan, though a few dishes contain dairy, so vegans to specify. Bus your own table when finished. Has parking underground. Open Tue-Sun 11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-8:00pm. Closed Mon.

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3 Reviews

First Review by Chia


Points +204

06 Feb 2019

Its okay

They cooked for me but they had close already. They say its all vegan but call food pork and chicken. Stuff do not speak english. 1 meal 100 dollar. I had 2 meals. Food taste like 3 to 4 star. Easy to find. Right side, first building from train Station

Pros: Vegan ?, Friendly stuff, Easy to find

Cons: No english



Points +11765

18 Mar 2015

DiShuiFong - Water Drop Teahouse, Jiaosi

If you come out the main exit to the station this place is literally the 1st building on the right hand side of the street.

I spun in here for a little food. The bowls of soup are big and all contain noodles. I was only after something small so order on of these to share. It was tomato flavoured with a little mushroom. We also ordered some dumplings that were a delight.

The people working there were very nice. The garden to walk through on the way in is well kept and pleasant. There was even a guy sitting in the garden playing some sort of woodwind instrument (I think that was good luck on my part rather than being part of the package).

Pros: Vegan friendly, Relaxing environment


Points +3635

07 Jan 2012

Very Nice Place

Came here on a past trip to Taiwan, and here's my Water Drop Teahouse review for happycow.

Jiaosi (Jiaoxi) is a hot springs destination with strings of hotels but only a few vegetarian food options. This place was very nice.

The menu is concise but offers enough options that you could come back a few times. The space is well-kept and nice enough for fine dining, but it's actually meant for causal dining. The food prices are fair. A few of us ordered some food to share. The lotus flower hot pot is very tasty. The sesame sauce noodle is excellent. I didn't like the green fried rice because it had a strange flavor to it. Tasty fried spring rolls.

I recommend it when you're in the area.

Pros: nice space, lovely front garden, tasty food

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