• Yù Lián Zhāi - Regal Lotus

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  • White Vegetarian
Salad bar

御蓮齋 is an upscale all-you-can-eat vegetarian restaurant that offers a very large selection of food, including Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean, Cantonese, and western style dishes as well hotpot and desserts. Go straight to the back of the building lobby and you will see the large entrance - the eating area is down the stairs. Open Mon-Sun 11:30am-2:00pm, 6:00pm-9:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by yehadut


Points +107

12 Mar 2020

Overpriced, not very good

With the price and the reviews I read online I expected this place to be better. The food was not very fresh and didn’t seem like it was replaced very often. I went several hours before closing time but already many dishes were empty and when I asked the staff they said they were not going to be refilled. I liked the gua bao and the fried mushrooms but everything else was disappointing.



Points +390

29 May 2019

Massive Buffet

I've never seen so much vegetarian food in my life. It's very expensive for Taipei (about $20 USD per person), but you have access to so many different foods: sushi, soups, stir fries, dumplings, buns, drinks, fruit, salad, desserts. You will eat tofu. You will eat mushrooms. You will eat things that you cannot figure out what they are, but you will eat them anyway because they are vegetarian. You will not leave hungry. Allergens are labeled, so it's easy to figure out what's vegan. Many of the desserts are beautiful but unfortunately very few of them are vegan. Staff members are happy to help if you're unsure how to navigate certain stations, and the bathrooms are immaculately clean. We went back a second time we liked it so much.

Pros: Many foods

Cons: Few vegan desserts


Points +79

28 Feb 2019

Lots of choices, food is ok

Big vegetarian buffet restaurant with lots of options. Unfortunately the food is just ok.

Pros: Fast, convenient, lots of choices

Cons: Food is just ok, And a little greasy


Points +1955

13 Jan 2019

The best food I had in Taiwan

The food was so good, and the selection was so huge, and when I try to sample them all, they keep replacing the finished dishes with all new dishes to try. There was something like fifty dishes, plus 10 soups and countless desserts. And did I mention that food was really good? Taiwanese, Hong Kong, Japanese, American, hot pot, kabobs, so many good things to try. And all-you-can-eat!

NT$770 was expensive. But I enjoyed it immensely.

Pros: Enormous selection, Delicious

Cons: Expensive

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