Num Heng Vegetarian

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 9 reviews )
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99/4 Prachathipat Rd, Hat Yai, Thailand, 90110

Large and lively cafeteria-style restaurant on the corner of Pracharon. Friendly people, buffet and cook-to-order menu, mock meats. Also sells packaged foods for takeaway. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Thai, Buddhist

9 Reviews

First Review by Eric_

Variety of food, good service - Edit

Num Heng is a recommended restaurant for all vegetarians or vegans who visit Hatyai. It has been in operation for almost 30 years. It's probably the oldest vegetarian restaurant in Hatyai. They serve a variety of ready made Chinese Thai dishes at their buffet counter. They also have alot of snacks such as Thai desserts, Chinese pastry, Chinese buns and dumplings. We have tried their made-to-order items such as pad Thai, noodle soup, hor fun and kuay chap. Their food tastes ok and inexpensive. Their service is good and fast. It's a nice place for daily meals.

Updated from previous review on 2018-05-20

Pros: Variety of food, Inexpensive prices, Good service

Cons: None

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Really good! - Edit

Visited this restaurant a few months thanks to google maps (I haven't had the HappyCow app back then).

This restaurant is fully vegan and specialises in Authentic Chinese Thai dishes.
We had about 15 dishes ranging from Glass noodles salad to stir fried petai beans, and they are all amazing!

The food are mostly spicy, most of them even had a handful of bird's eye chilli in it. So if you can't eat spicy food, do inform the staff.

All or most of the staff working here understands Southern Chinese dialects and Mandarin.

Pros: Amazing food, Affordable

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Really Nice Food! - Edit

It is hard to find, closes at around 6pm, but is right on the corner of pracharom street, decorated yellow on the outside. Wasn't a menu per se, you go up and kind of choose which dishes you'd like and they pile your plate really high! They don't speak any English here which isn't too much of a problem. The mock meats are plentiful and really convincing.. almost too convincing!? Really nice, filling food though for a really really good price! I had a HUGE plate with 3 different mains on and a drink for 75 baht! Staff were smiley and im sure what i ate was vegan!

Pros: Huge portions, so cheap

Cons: hard to find

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Liked it! - Edit

Honestly, I have no idea if what i ate was vegan or not. I went there because its listing on happy cow.
The food tasted good, good sized portions and it is very cheap.

Nice friendly people.

Had a bit trouble finding it. It is a corner not far from the Marker in happy cow. But I van't set the marker right myself unfortunately. I asked in a hotel lobby nearby to find it and they knew about it when i mentioned "it's strictly vegetarian".

Would definitely go there again!

Pros: good food, nice people

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Typical Chinese Vegetarian - Edit

I ate there once or twice. It was okay. I have grown quite tired of the Chinese style though. Oily or spicy or salty. I had fried pumpkin and it was okay but the rice sure didn't help. Dry and boring rice.

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Nice Place - Edit

Nice Place! All Menus are with pictures and in latin letters in the wall. Lot oft mock meat stuff.

Pros: Friendly, English Speaking, Good Price

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Good food, lots of options - Edit

Food is very good. Both buffet as a la carte. Not expensive.

Pros: Tasteful, Openingshours

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Great, bustling eatery - Edit

This is a lovely, large, lively cafeteria-style restaurant on a busy corner in town. You can choose from a buffet or a menu of about two dozen dishes made to order (the menu has big pictures on the wall and Thai descriptions available, but no English). I was hungry and so had two dishes: crispy mock-duck and a mushroom and broccoli stir-fry, and rice. It was all fresh and delicious and only cost 160 Bat. They also sell some vegan snacks and packaged goods to take-away.

Pros: Lively, Tasty, Lots to choose from

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Worth a walk - Edit

Nice and spicy food (I chose two dishes from the picture menu on the wall), good location close to the train station. A bit expensive for a simple vegetarian restaurant in Asean though.

Pros: Spicy food, Location, Helpful staff

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