• Good Good Mexican - Maybe closed

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Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. American-owned Tex-Mex style restaurant. Has burrito bowls that are vegan. The veggie taco and burritos can be ordered without dairy and meat. Serves mixed drinks (with and without alcohol) and American import beers. Takes cash, Alipay, and WeChat. NOTE: Maybe closed November 2023 - please send updates to HappyCow. Open Mon-Sun 11:30am-12:30am.

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3 Reviews

First Review by H2OAddict


Points +436

03 Jul 2023


Great food and reasonably priced given the portion size and quality.

Staff are very friendly and although English isn't spoken, the menu is available in English if you scan the QR codes on each table.



Points +948

22 Dec 2019

Good if you miss western food

After a food poisoning and a month without western food we enjoyed our lunch here. My girlfriend and me had the veg burrito. It’s normally with diary and egg but after asking they didn’t put sourcream and cheese in. But we had to pay the same and didn’t got anything instead in our burrito (e.g. guacamole). The taste was good, nothing special, but we enjoyed getting non-Chinese food. They price was a bit high (36 Yuan per person).

Pros: „Western“ Food

Cons: Expensive, Also offers meat


Points +686

05 Aug 2019

Hits the spot!

My husband and I loved this restaurant when we lived in Chengdu and got to know the owners pretty well. They are both really sweet guys and after finding out I was the ambassador for Happy Cow for Chengdu, went above and beyond to make sure most of their items could be made vegan to get a spot on Happy Cow. There are clear vegetarian options that can be modified to be vegan, and it’s nice when living in a city with so few dedicated options that are easy to navigate, to find a spot where the staff speak English, work with you, and understand dietary needs and restrictions. We usually ended up with salads or bowls and chips and salsa, but it was extremely refreshing to be able to eat non-Chinese fare made in a way that was recognizable to us, unlike most “western” establishments in the city that aren’t in Tai Koo Li and have a prohibitive cost.

Of note: they were making their tortillas with lard when we were there, but were working on a new recipe. I would definitely ask about this before ordering anything. It’s been a year since we were there, so it may have changed.

Pros: English speaking staff, Knowledge of veg*n

Cons: Expensive, No veg*n tortilla options

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