• Vegan Vegan
    ( 7 reviews )

Shop A, 192 Hollywood Rd (at bottom of Pound Lane), Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

Fair trade shop & cafe. Beer, wine, coffee, tea. Note: while the cafe is vegan, the shop may sell non-vegan and / or non-vegetarian items. Small food menu. Wifi friendly. Nearest MTR – Sai Ying Pun exit A1 or Sheung Wan A2. 17 seats. Open Mon-Sun 12:00pm-9:00pm.

Category: Vegan, International, Organic, Beer/Wine, Asian

Reviews (7)

First Review by Stevie

Ohm, Hong Kong - Edit

I'll submit an update for this place to be downgraded to veg options. To keep it short... My companion spotted they were selling brushes marked by the manufacturer as made with wool. We raised this with them as inappropriate for a vegan marketed business. They de-stocked the item but told us they are not committed to a vegan only policy for their shop section. Indeed they said in the shop they may stock items that are non-vegetarian (i.e. not just non-vegan).

Updated from previous review on 2017-03-21

Pros: Vegan friendly

Cons: Started off marketed as vegan but they gave up

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ohm - Edit

i've fallen in love with this place, probably because it reminds me of taiwan - in terms of atmosphere, vibes and hospitality.

there were two staff that day. one was so friendly as soon as i walked inside, introducing me not only to their menu and philosophy, but also the products on display and events they host, and also letting me sample the kimchi saeukraut after my meal.

i ordered a noodle dish, which came with seasonal veg, and also a drink of cocoa with ginger and brown sugar. i really enjoyed my meal. it was simple, fresh, colourful and healthy, the staff member said that they change their veggies every couple of weeks, according to what's available during that season. it's a pity they don't offer options besides noodles and pasta. i'd have loved a simple bowl of rice with veggies. i also didn't see any all-day breakfast in their menu, as mentioned by another reviewer

from what i observed, service was slow, as they only had two staff members. it's not a place you would go to expecting fast food though.

ymmv: a male friend who visited previously found their portions too small and wasn't satiated even after three bowls of noodles, a side and a dessert. on the other hand, i was happy with my meal and drink (disclaimer: i had had a huge breakfast a few hours before).

Updated from previous review on 2017-03-04

Pros: very friendly staff, simple, healthy, vegan food, fairtrade, environmentally friendly products

Cons: slow service, not many choices

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Tasty healthy food - Edit

I've been here twice now, both times for noodles. You chose which noodles, broth and spice level. It comes with a plate of tasty veg and mushrooms. The food is grown locally, tastes fresh and great if you want to avoid vegetables grown on the mainland.

The menu is small but I think they have chosen a small menu of food they do well. They also do pasta, pancakes and soups.

Also tried the baked mushroom, and lime tart, both were delicious

Pros: Delicious food, Friendly staff, Good atmosphere

Cons: Slow service

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Just not my thing... - Edit

I tried the cashew tart. It's nutty but way too sweet for me. And the tart crust is not crunchy or crispy. A bit disappointed.

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A very tiny cafe - Edit

New kid on the block. Nice cosy place with lots of fair trade coffee. Set lunches and portion can be small to some. A place to pop in of you are in Sheung wan.

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nice place - Edit

From Hollywood road you'll have to climb the stairs to reach the restaurant. Nice little place. My main issue though is that there is very little choice for the food - 4 dishes and one all-day breakfast - and only one dish was available when I was there - which at least you could argue, helps you to decide what to eat. More choice on the drink side. My mocha cold soya green tea was really good. The dish (pasta) was ok. Hope they can expand the menu. Would be good also to add pictures as you can't really figure out what the dishes are from their names.

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Cute and friendly but limited choice - Edit

Ohm is a small, cosy little place with seating for about 16 people. Its staff of one cooks from a very small menu (4 options only).

The food was quite nice but a slightly wider choice would be welcoming, perhaps with some small plates too.

Big plus points is it's fair trade, organic and fully vegan. There's beer and wine available too.

Overall, worth checking. Good value for money.

Pros: value, fresh, cosy

Cons: limited choice, no raw option

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