Tian Xing

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 3 reviews )

266/3 Seangchan Rd, Hat Yai, Thailand

Makes both Chinese style as well Thai vegetarian food, cook to order as well a few pre-made dishes. Typical Thai restaurant setting, 6 tables for seating in the back. No English menu. Previously listed as Vegetarian - Seangchan Rd. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-3:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Chinese, Thai

3 Reviews

First Review by troysantos

Cheap Thai and Chinese food - Edit

The restaurant environment is clean. It's a buffet setup. We order brown rice. The lady owner asks us to pick our dishes & scoop on our plate. There is free drinking water and hot tea. We ordered 2 plates of brown rice with 3 dishes, coffee, soya milk, and bought some Thai desserts, vegetarian snacks, instant noodles and canned food. Everything costs 298 baht only. The restaurant also has made to order dishes.

Pros: Good food, Clean environment, Cheap prices

Cons: None

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Good option - Edit

Reasonable choice of pre cooked food. Two servings on rice was 40 baht and tasted fine. When I went back at 2pm it was pretty much all gone so the owner produced a translated list of options (her English is very limited) I was previously u aware of. Went for the fried rice which was ok, but a bit bland. It cost 50 baht which seems standard for Hat Yai.

Good to get to know the length of this street as a large number of the veg places are within a block of it.

Updated from previous review on 2018-03-19

Pros: Food ok

Cons: Closed by 3pm

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Very decent place - Edit

They serve Chinese style and Thai style. They keep the cooking utensils separate because some people eating the Chinese style (for religious reasons) are very strict about purity. So, even the cooks are separate! Chinese style does not use egss whereas the Thai style can have eggs, as well as several things that the Chinese style avoids: garlic, onions, spring onions, chives.

Prices are 40-45 for half of the menu while the other half is 60 - 70 baht. Different types of foods. Menu is only Thai but at least one of the ladies there speaks some English.

Vegans can order food without eggs. There's no other animal products used in the food.

I didn't ask but they probably don't use MSG.

Atmosphere is typical of many very informal Thai places.

This place is different from the Chinese style places in that it's all cooked to order - no food in trays that you simply point to. Mine took about 5 minutes though there was nobody else at the time - 11 am Monday. There were two cooks, and at least two or three servers when I went. As I left, there were two or three people standing, waiting to get their food, and go.

Only brown rice.

They're menu is divided into Fried Foods, Soups, Curries, Thai style salads, noodles, and a few other things that I don't remember.

They have various drinks such as orange juice, and other vegetable juices that I didn't look into. The "healthy stuff".

No snack foods, no foods in little packages that you can take away and nibble on. The people seems to have a emphasis on health.

Lots of tables once you go to the back, past the small room with a few tables.

Pros: decently friendly people, good tasting food, brown rice only

Cons: a bit more expensive , closes at 3pm

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