Jane Bean Juice - Wanchai

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    ( 9 reviews )
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Shop G, 181A Wan Chai Rd, WanChai, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

珍豆漿豆腐花專門店, at 灣仔灣仔道181A地下, is a small eatery specializing in soymilk and tofu. Come out Wan Chai MTR exit A3 and turn left, walk 5 minutes. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-9:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Fast food, Take-out

Reviews (9)

First Review by Stevie

Vegetarian food in Wan Chai - Edit

I casually found this place in Wan Chai, near the Wan Chai Market, when I was looking for another restaurant and I decided to give it a try.

The menu was both in english and chinese characters. The waiters don't speak much english but everyone was very kind.

The food is nice and the portions are large. Everything is vegan except for some of the mock meats that they use, you should ask the stuff to be sure if you are ordering a dish with mock meat. They also have a large selection of beverages.

Pros: Friendly staff, Ambiance

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Amazing place - Edit

Fantastic place to eat real Hong Kong vegan dishes . Great soups, dumplings and soy milk . Owner is so nice and prices are really affordable. Can't miss this place , it's for sure one of the best place to eat in town

Pros: Cheap , Huge portions , Nice owner

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Good food, great price - Edit

Ate here for dinner recently with a friend. The food was quick, simple, tasty, and very affordable. If I'm in the area I'll definitely stop in again. Had some soy dessert with sesame paste and that was very nice too. Friendly staff, no english spoken but that wasn't a problem.

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What a great surprise - Edit

When you are weary from traipsing around Wan Chai, this is a little oasis, but be careful not to sit directly under the air-con, move a seat away to get the peripheral airflow, especially if you are perspiring.

You will be double checking the prices to make sure they are right, because they are so so inexpensive. Good honest food by very friendly people who love animals.

Pros: Good location, Very inexpensive, Cool in summer

Cons: Not much English

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jane bean juice - Edit

radish cake - made inhouse and fried to order. chunky, generous helpings. i enjoyed it.
fried vermicelli - noodles too dry, rather bland. the only moisture seemed to come from the cabbage and tofu puffs. was told they use less oil than elsewhere but one can request for more if preferred.


*working in wanchai, i have no lack of choice in terms of vegetarian and veg-friendly eateries.

there are some days when i just want a cheap and simple dinner on the way home - and that's where jane bean juice comes into the picture. unless you're satiated from snacks, dim sum and dessert, their main dishes are mostly one-plate/bowl rice or noodles. (check out their website for sections of their menu. i've also uploaded a photo of their menu here.)

i found the menu rather confusing, with three variants of "noodles with mixed vege" (A, B, and one with neither A/B!). if you ask, they have another menu card specifically to tell you the difference between A and B; i think one has more mock meats than the other. i chose the one with neither alphabet, which consisted of noodles (a choice of buckwheat, udon, ramen or rice noodle), lettuce, corn, zucchini, carrot, pickled veg, and fake ham. it was $42 for a bowl of noodles and a glass of soybean, a steal for dinner in wanchai.

being greedy and craving more vitamin c, i ordered another plate of fried cabbage with ginger ($20), which was delicious and had enough kick but was a little too salty for my taste, as was my observation of the noodles, probably because of the pickled veg. i asked the male staff member if msg was added. he confirmed that it wasn't, but that i could request for less salt in future.

some customers came just for the bean curd pudding. i will try that next time.

Pros: cheap by hk standards, friendly staff, good for solo dining

Cons: not many dishes with green veggies

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Cheap As Chips - Edit

With 40 dollars in my back pocket,I came here and ordered the set menu of 37 dollars,which was rice with mixed veg and dried bean and a warm ginger bean juice...it was quite nice and staff very friendly....surveying the restaurant,I will definitely call back to try the noodle dishes..a place I will frequent more often...

Pros: Food Is Cheap And Tasty, Easy To Find, Friendly Staff

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Raydoggy 31 May 2016 - Of course the writer meant HK$ which is about 5 U$. This place is super cheap and really lovely family.  


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Excellent food and bargain prices - Edit

We stumbled across this tonight having lived across the road for over a month now. I just caught the vegetarian sign as everything else is in Chinese. I am so happy we did. We ordered a variety of dim sum which ranged between $18 and $20 each. Portion sizes were good and the food tasted amazing. We've been to loads of veg reataurants in Hong Kong and not one can beat this place for taste and value! We'll definitely be going back very soon.

Pros: Price, Taste, Portion size

Cons: None!

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Lovely Experience - Edit

I've just moved to Hong Kong and am learning of its culinary offerings. This evening, I was looking for a light dinner and came across Jane Bean Juice. As I looked at the menu outside, a boy greeted me and invited me in. I'm glad I accepted. This boy saw to really taking care of me as a customer. He also saw me struggling with chopsticks and offered me a fork twice but being a stubborn Westerner, I am determined to learn how to use them properly. I ordered dried bean curd satay with buckwheat noodles and bean juice with ginger. It was just the perfect meal. It was fresh and tasty. Jane Bean Juice also offered the friendliest service I have yet experienced here in Hong Kong. I will be back that is for sure.

Pros: Friendly staff, Good value, Good fresh food

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Jane Bean Juice, Hong Kong - Edit

This is a small and inexpensive all vego eatery that has a ton of bean curd and other related dishes. The menu is in English as well as Cantonese. The guy who served me also spoke English.

I had a set meal which comprised of 8 items all served in a big bowl of soup. 42 bucks honky is a budget deal for around there. I was offered a choice of noodles in the dish (udon, buckwheat or rice noodles). None of the noodles contain egg.

Cheap and cheerful, filled the hole in my stomach pretty well.

I did see this place listed on another website as all vegan. On the menu there is referred to one dish being 'buttered'. Whether that is dairy butter or some sort of vegan spread I am afraid I didn't ascertain.

Pros: Vegan friendly, Inexpensive

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