• HéHé LèWū 和合樂屋

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和合樂屋 at 鼎瑞街110號 is a Japanese vegetarian restaurant. Makes veggie sushi and nigiri, noodles, grilled foods, and hand rolls. Open Tue-Sun 11:30am-2:00pm, 5:30pm-9:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by JoyceChen


Points +313

22 Aug 2023

Still Good 3 Years Later

Thought I’d add a review so people know this place is still solid. Great Japanese vegetarian fare, small plates kind of vibe. Very busy, so get there early. On the pricier side. No English, but the red dots on the menu indicated ovo-lacto veg.



Points +7919

12 Jul 2020

Veg*n izakaya 🏮

We arrived just as they were about to open the doors at 11:30am on a Sunday, and the other early customers waiting around outside told me to go in and get my name on their walk-in list. We didn’t have to wait long to be seated since we were quite early: I didn’t see people having to wait outside for a table to free up until about an hour later.

Upon entering, we were asked if we eat dairy or eggs, to which I declined both. So they handed us their vegan menu instead of the normal ovo-lacto one. It was in Chinese only, so I tried my best to translate it into English for one of my dining companions who spoke none. They have a variety of different appetizers, sushi, fried foods, grilled items, boiled dishes, entrees, and beverages (including soft drinks and alcohol). A few of the menu items still had an indication that they were lacto-vegetarian, which confused me since the menu was entitled “vegan menu.” Just stay away from the items with 奶素 written under them.

For three of us, my aunt ordered two set meals (choice of entree with kitchen’s choice for appetizer, fried food, boiled dish, and soup): sesame sauce noodles (胡麻拌麵, came with plenty of fresh veggies) and sushi (壽司, omakase selection of nigiri, a cucumber maki roll, and a piece of inari). We also ordered several items a la carte: Japanese-style tempeh salad (和風天貝沙拉), California roll (加州卷), and fried mushroom “meatball” (香菇丸, 2 per order). The waitstaff confirmed whether we eat alliums, and after we agreed, she rushed off to put in our order with the kitchen.

Everything tasted delicious and freshly made, and all of it came out at a good pace, which was important since there’s limited space on the table. The appetizer for the noodles was a burdock hand roll (牛蒡手卷), and the one for the sushi entree was chilled vegetables (冷菜, slices of winter melon, blanched fern, and seaweed). Both came with the mushroom soup (鮮菇湯) as their boiled dish and vegetable miso soup (蔬菜味噌湯) for their soup. (Two soups on a hot summer day? Glad they have air conditioning!) For the fried course, they both came with tempura-battered mushroom on a skewer, genetically called “tempura vegetable skewer” (蔬菜串揚) on the menu.

My favorite items were the sesame sauce noodles and the mushroom “meatballs”, which were shiitake mushroom caps stuffed with a tofu filling, battered, and then deep-fried. The former is served chilled, which suited us well on a hot day. I loved all the veggies in it, too.

Pros: many vegan options, fantastic flavors, great craftsmanship

Cons: only accepts reservations for 4+ people


Points +1824

30 Oct 2019

High quality popular Japanese restaurant

Read more in this vegan Kaohsiung guide: https://itravelforveganfood.com/vegan-kaohsiung-guide/

This busy Japanese restaurant serves high quality and delicious Japanese cuisine. You can take the metro to Kaohsiung Arena Station station and walk about 15 minutes, or take any bus that goes to nearby bus stops. It is quite a popular restaurant so allocate more time if you’d like to visit.

You will find many traditional Japanese dishes here like sushi, tempura, skewers, etc. I especially love the soft shell crab sushi and the mushroom ball (fried mushroom with tofu and veggies). The food is in general very good with reasonable prices.

Pros: Vegetarian restaurant with a vegan menu, Delicious food and good service


Points +118

12 Oct 2019

The best plant-based japanese restaurant in KH

The restaurant has become increasingly popular, attracting a lot of nonveegetarians as well. Vegan menu is available with lots of options‼‼‼ highly recommend ‼

Pros: high quality , fast service, vegan friendly

Cons: crowded , reservation is a must

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