LN Fortunate Coffee

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    ( 12 reviews )
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G/F, 118 Second St, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

HK's 1st branch of this vegan eatery & coffee shop franchise, opened Mar 2016 at 西環西營盤第二街118號地舖. Nearest MTR Sai Ying Pun exit B2 then turn right, and it's on the left just before Pok Fu Lam Rd. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-10:00pm.

Category: Vegan, Chinese, International, Western, Juice bar, Take-out

Reviews (12)

First Review by Stevie

Relaxing place - Edit

This vegan restaurant is really nice , quality of food is amazing l we took sandwiches , a soup and a cappuccino . Everything was good and tasty . Staff is reallly nice , maybe a little bit precey but it worths a visit

Pros: Good atmosphere , Good food , Very nice staff

Cons: Pricey

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nice athmosphere - Edit

the food was ok, not the healthiest choice, but a perfect option for a nice place to have a breakfast for those who miss the western food in a vegan version.
the green tea ice cream was refreshing :)

Pros: athmosfere, easy to find

Cons: not very healthy vegan choices

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ln fortunate coffee - Edit

went there over the christmas holidays and the only choices were from their xmas menu. i tried "vegan steak and mashed potato with sauteed zucchini and mushrooms", and was equally tempted by "tempeh burger with potato wedges" ordered by another table, which looked really good.

while flavourful and textured enough on biting into it, the "steak" definitely didn't look (it looked rather like a hash brown) and taste like the actual thing, so don't expect your omnivorous friends to turn from the dark side. on the other hand, a friend who had "vegan turkey with mixed vegetable and pecan couscous", said hers looked like turkey. and a meat-loving friend, who had "pasta with sundried tomato and vegan sausage", had no complaints, though she knew the "sausage" was soy, my hot drink, sweet potato with soy milk, was creamy and delicious, and i could taste the sweet potato fibres at the bottom of the cup. it's nice to be somewhere where the default milk is soy and almond is an alternative.

wait staff were friendly. spacious place, great ambience.

we spent a nice afternoon there on boxing day. what i liked best was that we could sit and chat comfortably without feeling pressured to leave. will definitely be back to try their regular menu items.

Updated from previous review on 2016-12-27

Pros: all vegan, leisurely setting, no pressure to finish your meal, minutes' walk from sai ying pun mtr station

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I will miss this place for sure - Edit

My favorite place in Hong Kong if it comes to dine out.
LN Fortunate Coffee doesn't look like an all-vegan place, if there is something like a typically vegan appearance. I probably wouldn't have found it by accident. Thanks to HappyCow though I had many great meals there.
First of all, there are many diffenent menues depending on the time of day. There is the coffee/drinks menu, a lunch menu, a snacks menu, a tea menu, a sandwiches menu, a burger menu, a dinner menu and for all I know also a breakfast menu. This list is not intended to be exhaustive. Apart from that there they sell soy milk, crisps and they have a small corner displaying watches (of all things).
Not everything on that menues is great to be honest, but most of it is. In particular I enjoyed the (udon) soups and the sandwiches the most. The black pepper steaks and slices are by far the best vegan ones I have ever eaten. Really well done! The vegan meat balls are exceptional as well. Everything is freshly made.
You order and pay right away at the counter. That is a bit annoying, especially if you want to order something else later and therefore have to order and pay again, but on the other hand the there is no common 10% service charge added to your bill.
Great staff by the way, that speak good English. The WiFi connection is good. You get as much free water as you want.
LN Fortunate Coffee is a bit on the expensive side, that's true, but the service is great, the food awesome and the atmosphere comfy. However, the cupcakes weren't that good. The pudding-like dessert is much better. The thing that annoyed the most though was the music. The same dull music repeating over and over again. Some of it appeared to be a variation of the Goldrush theme of Chaplins shoe eating scene. It was interesting to hear it once, but after ten times and more - well you can imagine it.

Pros: nice vibe, amazing opening times, tasty food

Cons: very annoying music (after a while), a bit expensive

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amazing food and service! - Edit

Lovely atmosphere, extremely clean, wonderful and helpful staff.

Pros: taste, service , comfortable

Cons: distant from my hotel. ?

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Simple and delicious vegan food - Edit

This is a gem. The food is delicious and the people are friendly. Good space for chilling or working on your laptop. They also serve kombucha.

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Lovely - Edit

The cafe is a nice and cozy one. Would have preferred if the music was better though.. say more westernized lounge music? The staff were excellent! so friendly and caring and nice.

We had 2 cappuccinos, waffles, an avocado sandwich, LN fortunate sandwich. All were absolutely delish. (costed around 300 bucks)

Worth going for sure esp for brunch. (though their breakfast is served before 11am only).

Updated from previous review on 2016-06-20

Pros: Nice furniture and ambience, Lovely staff, fresh quality food

Cons: Self-service (haha, I'm just lazy), Music too Asian?, They should have some non-fried snacks too in thei

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LN Fortunate - Edit

Lovely spacious restaurant with friendly, helpful staff.

Some good dishes on the menu - love the truffle pasta and the vegan chicken satay skewers are a must try. The mushroom burger on the other hand is a major let down. Cold dry bun with iceberg lettuce and bland mayo and the mushroom patty was only half the size of the bun - very underwhelming, although the corn side salad that comes with it is nice.

We also tried panfried vegetable dumplings, lovely shiitake filled dumplings.

A nice place to relax for Sunday lunch.

Pros: nice staff and comfortable spacious place

Cons: hit and miss on some of the dishes.

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Nice - Edit

The cafe has a very cozy vibe and the fact that it's vegan adds a lot of points to it. The food I tried (mushroom burger with Italian bread) wasn't AMAZING but it was good. I would go again and try other dishes next time!

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Lovely new vegan cafe/restaurant - Edit

At last somewhere that does good, hearty, vegan food! The service was excellent, and ambience very pleasant. I had the veggie sandwich which was lovely, though I was slightly disappointed that it was served on supermarket sliced brown bread. Perhaps in time they will source a better product, but this is Hong Kong! I will be a new regular there and recommend it to all my friends.

Pros: New. Clean. Bright decor, nice music, good food.

Cons: You had to order your food from the counter. no gr

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Yummy Coffee and Much More!! - Edit

This Coffee shop rivals the big American Coffee Shop! The decor is lovely and welcoming. The staff are prompt and friendly. The food is very nicely presented, and it tastes very nice. Two thumbs up!! I will return!

Pros: Delicious Food, well priced, Friendly and prompt Staff, Lovely decor

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LN Fortunate Coffee, Hong Kong - Edit

Top marks from me.

https://hkveg.wordpress.com/2016/03/22/fortunate-coffee-brings-all-vegan-dining-back-to-syp/

Pros: All vegan, Decent service, Nice vibe

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