• Han Dynasty

  • (3)
  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Several locations. Has veggies, tofu dishes, and tofu fish. Can omit oyster sauce from any entree in order to make it vegan. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-10:00pm, Sun 11:00am-9:30pm.

Venue map for Han Dynasty
© OpenStreetMap contributors

3 Reviews

First Review by russianvegan


Points +28

20 Nov 2021

Proper spicy food!

I called ahead just to make sure they have vegan options which they do. It's mostly tofu. Service was good and the owner was super cool. Just one warning, if you're eating alone you are getting a lot of food. I didn't realize it was family style. I still ate everything.

Pros: They can make most things vegan, Servings are huge

Cons: It would be nice if they can have vegan labels



Points +33

26 Jul 2020

Great tasting vegan and vegetarian food

We stopped in here once for dinner. The food is absolutely amazing, the flavors are something else. My favorite is the hot oil, i cant figure out what it is infused with. Great food, fast service and very friendly staff. Would eat here again.


Points +31

05 Dec 2018

Food you will fall in love with

Not all Chinese cuisine deserves as high of a praise as this one. You won't find your typical strip-mall Asian joint meals in here - there is a reason this restaurant is in Top 50 Chinese Restaurants in USA.

Szechuan cuisine will make your mind and your palate tingle with excitement from the vibrance of its tastes, and from the sparkling spiciness of magical szechuan peppercorns that are used in most meals.

Now, the disclaimer is - you have to love spicy foods. This restaurant has a good amount of non-spicy food, such as vegetable lo-mein, cold noodles, and other vegetable dishes and stir-frys that dont have any hot spices in them, but the stars of the show are the dishes with their sauces, dry spices, and other wizardly ingredients that make this food so irresistible. I find myself missing this food and coming back here at least once a week, whether to dine in or to bring something home.

Each dish has a designated spice level on it from 1 to 10, so be rest assured you can always choose something to your hot spicy tolerance and liking.

Most dishes have tofu as the protein option, and two of my favorites are Cumin Style Tofu and Garlic Style Tofu. Cumin Style is like nothing I ever tasted before (dry rub) and is simply amazing, and Garlic Tofu is smoked, umami bursting tofu strips with vegetables.

Dan-dan noodles are another favorite, but be sure to let the server know not to put any meat into it (it is traditionally made with ground pork). There are many other dishes that don't contain any meat, and you will be sure to find plenty of options among the authentic variety presented at Han Dynasty.

Now, saving the best for last. There are two absolutely unique, authentic, and mind-blowing appetizers that are the big reason I keep coming back: Mung-bean Noodle (black bean sauce, and chengdu style). If you never had them, expect to be initially weirded out by shape and texture. They look like rectangular jello strips, but remember - they are made from mung bean, the same ingredient that Just Egg is made from. Once you get past the initial feelings, you will not be able to get enough of it - the sauce is almost addicting, and the novelty of the dish and its taste will not wear out on you for many visits to this amazing restaurant.

You can't go wrong with this place, so please dine with confidence. It has something for everyone, but to me - it provides much needed vibrant variety in my everyday somewhat boring vegan food endeavors.

Pros: Friendly staff, Large portions (good value), BYOB

This page has been viewed 1307 times.