Loving Hut - Wan Chai

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2/F Luen Tai Building, 93-99 Wan Chai Rd, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

Part of international chain of vegan restaurants inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai, an advocate for veg living. Each location is individually operated. This one is self service style where you order at the counter from its extensive menu. Last order is 9:15pm. Seats 108. Accepts cash or Hong Kong's local 'Octopus' payment card. Nearest MTR Wan Chai station, Exit A3. Previously on Hennessy Rd. Open Mon-Sun 11:30am-9:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, Pizza, Chinese, Western, Take-out, Asian, Fusion

72 Reviews

First Review by Powerbex

I will be back - Edit

First I was not so sure when walking up the stairs. But I absolutely loved the fresh food for a great price. People are very nice.

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Another awesome loving hut - Edit

Fantastic place, not that hard to find, heaps of options on the menu, food tasty, lots of food on the set meals. Nice air con in summer, good central location.

Pros: All the food, location

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AWESOME - Edit

Perfect for a quick stop on your busy shopping tour. Pure vegan, Quick Service (basically fast food), Reasonable Prices, Awesome Taste

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My Fave !! - Edit

Located on a busy street in the city, Wan Chai. Very strategic location although I must confess I got lost looking for the restaurant for the first time. It was one of the restaurants that I visited several times during my short trip in HK - reasons being delicious food, quick service & affordable. Love their vegan egg tarts ~ yums!!!

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Cheap and delicious - Edit

One of my favorite places in Wan Chai. The prices are reasonable. The food are delicious. My favorite is their vegan egg tarts.

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mock meat heaven - Edit

It's cheap, has a grocery section, massive menu, and entirely vegan. Menu is dominated by dishes with different mock meats rather than vegetables, but a lot are Chinese/Asian.

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Lots of vegan options - Edit

This cute little cafe is located on the second floor, the building is not very obvious. It’s on the corner and has 93-99 written at the top of the entrance. Go in then go up the stairs. There are lots of interesting vegan options with and without mock meats. I got the bbq tofu noodles, the tofu was delicious but the rest was a bit oily for me (I’m not keen on oily food) so perhaps a soup option may have been better.

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Love this place - Edit

Food is really good and the grocery section has vegan cheese!!! Will definitely be back!

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Good - Edit

Enjoy sitting by the window looking down the busy street.. Love the desserts, the tart is so delicious! Order meal at the counter, meals are ready pretty quickly.

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ok restaurant - Edit

I will give it 3 stars , no English so it’s basically hard to communicate.
Food is not fresh (frozen)
Some dishes are ok but not more than that.
***
PS
I would recommend the sweet and sour dish(cold)
And not really tasty.

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Local cuisine - Edit

What I liked most was we got to try some local snacks that I've been looking for like Char Siu Bao (sweet pork buns) and egg tarts. The best value for money is the lunch combo. We went with the ramen noodles stir fry with mixed strips and veggies. It has a mock meat curly strip and mock octopus strips. The food is the good kind of average, the kind that hits the spot but you wouldn't tell your friends back home about. Nice large seating area and small groceries section including some Sheese vegan cheeses.

Pros: Local cuisine options, value for money, large spac

Cons: Average food

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Yum and Cheap! - Edit

I came here for dinner and was pleased with such a varied menu and quick service. The overall environment was cozy and made for a good spot to people-watch down below, too! I brought my non-vegan friend here and we were both satisfied with our food-I ordered chowfun and she got the set plate. The prices were very low, too, and we were happy with the signs and words posted on the walls, too :)

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must checkout - Edit

It might be a little difficult finding the place, because its on 2nd floor even though some pictures on google show it on the ground floor. Just look up at the building and you will see the loving hut board. Food was really good too, it was self service though. The vegan tarts were better than the real egg tarts as my friend said. And the fried rice with X/O sauce is a must try. Noodles we ordered weren’t that good though. Definitely one of the best vegan food in Hk

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Yummy - Edit

Our friends of the local vegan meetups eat here from time to time. The food is always tasty, and the variety is good. Sometimes we opt for the Chinese style dishes like the noodles and dumplings (so good); other times we order the American dishes like sandwiches and fries.

Pros: good variety, affordable, vegan

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Loving Hut - Wan Chai - Edit

I had heard a lot about the Loving Hut chain of vegan restaurants but I had never been to one until I visited the Wan Chai restaurant a couple of days ago.

The place is located in the second floor of an old building. The local is spacious and clean. The staff was very friendly since the moment we enterd the restaurant.

The food was tasty and cheap. The noodles and the fried rice deserve special recognition. The pizza was decent but not great, I wouldn't order it again. Everything is vegan so that is an added plus at least for me.

I would go again given that the food is really nice and cheap.

Pros: Nice food, Cheap, Friendly staff

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Horrible frozen rubbish - Edit

Amazed by the great reviews for this place. It's staffed by disinterested, grumpy teenagers. The food is frozen and then prepared by microwave. I could tell it was mic-ed by the ridiculous temperature. No flame can ever get that hot. It was 10 minutes before I dared touch it with a spoon. If you are in any doubt, just check the takeaway freezer to the left of the door. It's filled with frozen prepackaged goods from the menu.

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friendly staff, delicious inexpensive vegan food ❤️ - Edit

What a nice HKG vegan place. 2nd floor, easy to find and a nice hangout spot with street view. Food is great and staff very friendly and helpful.

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Enjoyed this Loving Hut - Edit

We enjoyed our meal at this Loving Hut. We sat against the windows looking out on the interesting street-scape. We didn't order that many dishes because we just needed a light meal at the time but we had a fried rice and some dim sum type choices. They were yummy and just what we needed. We also took a couple of "Happy Cow" ice creams away with us for dessert - we tried the Black Sesame ice cream and the Hazelnut ice cream - so good. Price of food very reasonable and as others have said, it was relatively easy to find with help from google maps. They seem to sell some vegan products that you can take away to cook at home/make meals with. We wanted to go again but we didn't get back to that part of town during the rest of our time in Hong Kong.

Pros: Good, wholesome food., Quick service, Good value

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Amazing - Edit

Amazing food here and they are very strict about keeping everything vegan. Huge menu with mostly Asian dishes but also have some western food including vegan cheese pizzas and even desserts such as Tiramisu! Everything tastes fantastic and is at a cheap price for Hong Kong. Also a nice place to sit with plenty of space. Go for the set menu where you can choose three of seven dishes if you like variety. They even have a grocery section with vegan cheese for sale and vegan pet food!

Updated from previous review on 2017-04-17

Pros: Large Menu, Cheap!, Very Strictly Vegan

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Best vegan restaurant in Hong Kong - Edit

This place is a paradise for vegans , huge menu and variety of food from western to Asian . We loved the burger , the soups, noodles pizza, sandwiches , rice and desserts . Everything is so tasty and staff is extremely kind . Prices are low and it's so nice to spend your dinner or lunch here. Highly recommended

Pros: Excellent food , Nice staff , Cheap

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great place! - Edit

friendly people! according to the instructions i got here and google maps :) - was easy to find. I took lunch to go (unfortunately couldn't stay, it looks like a nice place to eat there), it was tasty, especially the dim sum sam

Pros: tasty

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Big choice - Edit

I've eaten in a lot of Loving Hut restaurants in Asia and Europe and this is so far the least interesting. I ordered a set, a desert (the so-called tiramisu) and some doughnuts. The portions are big enough, I got a sweet tea (I could have asked a soup), three different portions of mock meat and vegetables plus rice. The mushrooms and sauce were terribly salty, the pumpkin and its sauce bland, the mock meat and broccoli just ok. The tea was nice. The doughnuts as well but to light (or too small). And the tiramisu... well they'd better check for another recipe ! I was so disappointed, this was no tiramisu at all but an ice cream looking like a frozen tiramisu-cake, bland... The staff working there was very friendly.

Pros: Big choice, Friendly staff, Cheap

Cons: Some meals are salty, Some meals are bland, One desert is not what it should be

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Great food - Edit

This is the 3rd loving hut I've been to in Asia. It is the best I've been to! Great selection of really tasty food. They have vegan ice cream and even vegan pet food on sale too.

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An obvious choice - Edit

Centrally located eatery in Wan Chai, easy to find (billboard in front of door and ads in windows in first floor).
Spacious venue providing plenty of tables and seats. Good value lunch deal, you'll get full for a relatively small amount of money. À la carte dishes are a good choice too - large range. You'll pay directly after ordering at the counter. That's a bit annoying, especially if you want to order something else later (again counter, order, pay), but in return you don't pay the common 10% service charge.
The desserts could be better, I wasn't particularly impressed. The tarts were the best, I'd say; the tiramisu the worst as far as I am concerned (came frozen and tasted bland).
The decor isn't special, but it is always clean, as the premise is being cleaned several times a day. However, the entrance into the building isn't very inviting - seriously mould-infested wall.
Also, they sell vegan ice cream and vegan dog and cat food.
Definitely no gourmet choice, but it spares your wallet.
Helpful staff, good free WiFi. Free lemon water. Sometimes live music.

Pros: plenty of choice, inexpensive

Cons: desserts could be better, soup is very basic (not bad though)

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Value food - Edit

Nice delicious food below $hk 100 for lunch. Nice environment and staff are nice. Great location and easy to find.

Pros: Can top up rice and free lemon water.

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Nice!! - Edit

Had the set dinner that comprised of steamed cabbage and veggies (yum), mixed veggies cooked in gravy (yum) and tofu ( a bit bland), steamed red rice and a clear soup.

but love that they dont use MSG and also they have a counter with condiments for you to add your own sauces, salt, pepper and other seasonings etc if u find the food not flavorful enough.

Great value for money as it's so filling! the set dinner and 2 vegan egg tarts cost only HK$ 76.

The restaurant is spotless, clean, spacious, good seating arrangements



Updated from previous review on 2016-09-23

Pros: Good value for money (esp set meals), no MSG, not too salty, simple and healthy food, Staff was excellent, very helpful

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good fast food - Edit

This place offers good fast food that while not amazing is tasty and affordable. Decent selection and nice service.

Pros: fast, friendly, affordable with traveler friendly

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