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Vegetarian Kitchen at Dickson Yoga

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Shop LG02A, LG/F, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China,

A place combining yoga classes with a vegetarian eatery, at 尖沙咀麽地道66號尖沙咀中心地庫 LG02A. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-10:00pm, Sat-Sun 8:30am-9:00pm. Call for hours - tell us.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Western, Take-out

Reviews (3)

First Review by Stevie

Yummy!! - Edit

Vegetarian Kitchen At Dickson Yoga (Western, Chinese, Thai)
(Mon-Fri 8:00am-10:00pm, Sat-Sun 8:30am-9:00pm)

Shop LG02A, LG/F, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
From Chung King Mansions (40 Nathan Rd) go right on Nathan Rd. > go right on Mody Rd. > go about 8 blocks to Tsim Sha Tsui Centre on your right. The restaurant is one floor down.
Strange system > go to table > choose from menu (Chinese & English) > go to the front reception desk > pay and get a receipt > take the receipt and go to the kitchen area and give to the chef > go back to your table and wait for the food to arrive. (None of this was explained to us, so we sat at our table waiting and waiting for service and none came.)
Okay the order has been taken care sit back and wait for the delicious food to come! Out of the 7 vegetarian places we have eaten at in our visit this one ties for #2.
Everyone was friendly.
Food was very, very fresh! They obviously care about the food.
Attractive presentation.
Energetic Omelet – truffles and white mushrooms - $38 HKD – comes with a wonderful salad that has apples, strawberries, blueberries, grapes, as well as typical salad ingredients – also comes with fruit juice. The omelet tasted very good yet could have had more spice of some kind.
Spanish Omelet – assorted veggies with a tomato sauce. $48 HKD – comes with the same wonderful salad already described. Delight for the taste buds! Also comes with a very good soup of the day.
Vege Mushroom Hamburger $50 HKD – no veggie hamburger in it, instead it is a vegetable sandwich on a white bun, including sautéed mushrooms and eggplant. Very good aside from the white bun! Also comes with a yummy salad and soup of the day.
Ginger Tea!! Very good with just the right touch of sweetness.
Banana Chocolate Shake!!! $32 HKD This was a huge hit! Superb taste!
In total only $168 HKD and we both left full and very, very satisfied! Great deal for Hong Kong prices.
Looking to squeeze in another visit or two before leaving Hong Kong.
Second visit had the 23 grain congee > did not like it. / Had the deep fried sweet potato cakes they were good.

Pros: Great food

Cons: Strange service system


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Tasty,quick, economical, and healthy option in HK - Edit

This interesting place is part yoga studio part restaurant/cafeteria. You pay for your meal at reception (it's in a mall, by the way) and take it over to the kitchen and give them your ticket. It's mostly lacto-ovo, but with some careful ordering there are vegan options too. The portions are big and the food inexpensive. I over-ordered but stuffed myself to finish it all, as to waste good food isn't an option! The quinoa salad is good, as is the eggplant in mustard sauce. A reasonable-sized lunch is to order the set menu intended as a "detox" after completing a yoga session. That's brown and other rice, sweet potatoes, some vegetables and assorted fruit. It's not the most cozy place to eat, but I don't think that's the intention. If convenience, price, decent selection, etc. are important for you, you'll be well served here.

Pros: Healthy food, if carefully ordered , tasty , quick and inexpensive

Cons: Dairy and eggs in a lot of the selection


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Vegetarian Kitchen at Dickson Yoga, Hong Kong - Edit

I had a late lunch here yesterday. The menu is primarily geared towards lacto ovo vegos. The guy who was working there tried to be helpful though in explaining what dishes could be used to accommodate a vegan diet. The menu has things like a burger, a frankfurter sausage offering, pizzas, salads, breakfact foods, some Chinese stuff and pad Thai noodles.

They also offered a special set menu type offering up til 6 pm. I seen someone else order this so I enquired about it as it was a huge amount of food. I was told there were 3 options available only one of which they could guarantee as vegan. Myself and my dining partner went for this as it seemed a huge amount of food and she and I felt this would be enough for 2 people to share.

The meal consisted of a bowl of plain soup, a big noodle soup type dish with tofu, a bowl of multi grain rice and a side salad. It was indeed enough for 2 and at 68 bucks was pretty good value. It tasted pretty good as well.

Pros: Helpful guy serving, Vegan possibilities

Cons: Could be more vegan oriented


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