聚财素店 at 林聚南路 is located near the west gate of Tibet University. Has English menu. Offers a variety of hot dishes consisting of vegetable, mushroom, tofu, and mock meat mixes. Mostly Sichuan style dishes. Also snacks, soups, cold dishes, and drinks. Simple food with little herbs and spices. Uses onion but not egg or dairy. No alcohol. Sells some health food products. Open Mon-Sun 9:30am-10:00pm.

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9 Reviews

First Review by vegan_simon


Points +1330

31 Jan 2022


A very small restaurant. Food was decent, nothing mind blowing.
Pumpkin soup didn’t have any taste 😅

Updated from previous review on 2022-01-31



Points +28

29 Nov 2019

good vegan food/chinese

good food, around the corner from at regis hotel (5mins walk). think the same person who runs this has opened another vegan restaurant near barkhor (same building as lotus on the pond)...check it out as well. we ate at this location but not the new one (photo attached)

Pros: vegan, good value

Cons: not many tables, reception is also cook so food takes time


Points +198

19 May 2019

Nice vegan outlet

Small vegan restaurant (there are only a couple of tables inside) but with a large range of vegan meals. The meals are freshly prepared, delicious and very reasonably priced.


Points +214

11 Nov 2018

Favourite Vegan food in Tibet

Small friendly with really tasty food, Vegi sausages better than sosmix! See attached pic of correct location. Google was a few hundred metres out...

Pros: English Menu, Very Tasty, Friendly staff


Points +62

17 Oct 2016

very nice experience

Food was very good. Was very nice to have such a large variety of food in the menu and all vegan. Definitely would recommend. Staff were very friendly.


Points +3865

19 Jun 2016

Yes, yes, yes!

Small, simple, cozy vegan restaurant near the University/SE section of the city.

Go here and get the fried dumplings. So good!

Pros: Vegan, Friendly, Pictures on menu


Points +65

17 Oct 2012

My Favourite Vegetarian Food In Lhasa

I have tried out a few Vegetarian Restaurants in Lhasa for the past month. Lucky Vegetarian is probably by far my favourite. Service is good and the food is really delicious, and most of my Vegetarian friends thought so too.

Menu has both Chinese and English, many dishes are great and tasty. Prices ranges from cheap to moderate. For example, a plate of delicious fried noodles cost you 15yuan but some dishes would cost up to 35yuan. They also serves hot pot (pre-order) but I have yet to try it.

On a cold autumn or winter day, it would be great if one tries the boiled spicy vegetarian susage that cost only 25 yuan The dish is one big bowl of vegetables and vegetarian susages. With 2 bowls of rice (this is because it tastes so good that you would definitely go for another bowl of rice) it would only set you back 29 yuan for a delicious meal!
Updated from previous review on Saturday October 13, 2012

Pros: excellent food, good value


Points +388

10 Jul 2010

good place to stay for longer

Together with my friends we stay in Lhasa 2 days. We eat only there. Very tasty food with good positive energy. We recommend that place to all veg visiting Lhasa.

Pros: good food, friendly staff, big portions

Cons: littlebit too much fat in food


Points +2425

01 Feb 2009

comfy, delicious, dedicated to veganism

i agree that this is the best vegan place in Lhasa. It's plain but comfy & quiet and you feel that the food is prepared with love, it's homestyle-cooking.

The second day i lunched here they were playing Buddhist-eco videos (in Chinese) so you feel a dedication to animal rights and the web address "" is displayed prominently. I received a free Tibetan Buddhist book (in English and Chinese) from here too.

I had various dishes on my two visits here: eggplant; corn & cashew; fried dumplings ('jiao zi'), etc, .. and all were cheap and scrumptious!

There are two floors for dining, and BTW, the big sign outside reads "LUCKY VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT" with "Wonderful Dodrupeng Monastery" in smaller print above (I'll send a photo later). I thoroughly recommend this place - especially because the eateries in the Tibetan temples in Lhasa are not all-vegetarian!

Pros: non-smoking, no alcohol, good value

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