• CLOSED: Le Pain Quotidien - Pacific Place

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. International restaurant chain featuring artisan bakery and communal table dining. Menu includes various vegan options which are denoted on menu. Sample vegan choices like Plant-based "egg" Frittata, Squash & Cashew Cheese Tartine, hummus and bread, customized salad, the day's soup, and plant milk for coffee. Reported closed January 2023.

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4 Reviews

First Review by Stevie


Points +2200

31 Jan 2022

Nice for lunch or coffee, but service was not the best

Visited this location for coffee with my husband, however the service wasn't great / seemed confused. We ordered a large flat white and a regular decaf latte (both with oatmilk). They brought out two coffees, but couldn’t tell us which one was decaf, and the waitress kept switching the two, so it seemed like she was trying to guess. We later realized they also got the size wrong, as they were both regular sized, but decided best to leave it rather than cause more confusion.

On the plus side, I appreciate that they do not charge extra for non dairy milk (they offer vegan soymilk, almond milk and oatmilk). This is not common in HK as most places charge extra for that.

Visited another location previously and had the baker's lunch set (HKD138) which we made vegan and enjoyed the whole set. If you are looking for food as a vegan, they don't have heaps of options but you can have avocado tartine, usually soup of the day, salads, and dips.

Pros: No extra charge for vegan mylks, Good labelling

Cons: Service was confused, In a mall



Points +212

31 Oct 2021

Lovely french place

Don't expect a lot of vegan options here🤚🏻 I mostly went w vegan soups - they usually have them on daily menu. Good for eating, but I wouldn't recommend matcha here. Not any vegan desserts either, which I didn't expect since they are not a vegan restaurant.

Pros: Plant milk , JUST AMAZING Seating outside (wan chai)

Cons: Didn't❤️Matcha, might be just a matter of taste


Points +386

03 Sep 2018

Tastes Good But Overpriced

I got the baba ganoush, guac, and beet hummus dip which came with baguette slices, a few tomato and cucumber slices, and carrot and celery sticks. It was good but it was way too expensive - I believe it was $128. They have quite a few vegan options on the menu and even have vegan labelling, however I noticed that one of their smoothies which contains honey was labelled as vegan, which means the owners didn’t have an understanding of veganism to begin with.

Pros: Has vegan options and labels

Cons: Smoothies containing honey labelled as vegan, overpriced


Points +11765

19 Oct 2016

Le Pain Quotidien - Pacific Place, Hong Kong

Any omnivorous place that starts labeling dishes as vegan on the menu when appropriate is a step in the right direction. This place is an option to eat at if you are with friends who refuse to eat at an all vego restaurant. The vegan choices on the menu is a bit underwhelming. It's also over priced.

Pros: Some vegan options, Better than nothing

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