Hsia An Chu Vegetarian

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 4 reviews )

147, Sec. 1, Zhongxing Rd, Taitung, Taiwan, 950

夏安居 offers a multi course set menu as well as la carte menu. Uses organic vegetables and brown rice. Peaceful and relaxed setting. Open Mon-Tue 11:30am-2:00pm, Mon-Tue 5:30pm-9:00pm, Thu 11:30am-2:00pm, Thu 5:30pm-9:00pm, Fri 11:30am-2:00pm, Fri 5:30pm-9:00pm, Sat 11:30am-2:00pm, Sat 5:30pm-9:00pm, Sun 11:30am-2:00pm, Sun 5:30pm-9:00pm.

Category: Chinese, Organic, Taiwanese

Reviews (4)

First Review by steveveg

Very good - Edit

Japanese-Taiwanese fusion full of flavors, service was great, the place is beautiful, mostly (if not all) vegan, price is really correct especially for the quality of the food (about 150TWD for a main + side + soup, or 350TWD for appetizers + main + sides + soup + dessert + drink).

I had the full set and everything was delicious, much care put into every dish, very much recommend this place

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Recommended - Edit

Maybe it's not the cheapest (comparing the taiwanese food prices) but it's definitely worth it. They take good care of the food and it's really good. Plus, the place is really quiet and nice.

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Great Meal, Nice Restaurant, Not Expensive - Edit

This is a very good, Japanese influenced rice and noodle restaurant. Busy on weekend evenings. They have a counter for seating as well. Wouldn't call it "expensive", as a main and two appetizers plus desert was 310 NTD (about $10 USD).

They have an English Menu!

There is a set menu (for 300 NTD) as of May 2016 plus a la carte. I got a delicious bowl of house noodles which comes with a bowl of soup,, a plate of super fresh greens (they were called "seasonal vegetables"), plus the tofu with seaweed on top (cold and yummy).

The potstickers are really great and are served in a super cool way, all connected together as they had been fried in the pan. I had a few that my friend ordered.

I've been here twice in the past few days—really stands out from the standard noodle shop fare.

Only drawback is that I would end up getting the same thing nearly every time. The menu is not extensive, and I don't eat mushrooms. :-) The Curry Rice and the House Noodles are mushroom free.

Updated from previous review on Monday May 09, 2016

Pros: Excellent Food, Clean, Real Restaurant

Cons: Menu not extensive

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One of the nicest meals we had in Taiwan - Edit

We had dinner here twice. Between the two visits we tried all of the main dishes on the set menu and liked them all - dan dan rice, curry rice, sesa,e mppd;es. curry noodles, house ramen and potstickers. The appetizers were varied, and included tofu with seaweed, more seaweed and unusual vegetables. Dessert was a nice azuki beans with sticky rice. The setting was tranquil This was one of the nicest and best dinners we had on our trip.

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