Veggie Spinner

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 11 reviews )

144, Tung Lo Wan Rd, G/F, Tai Hang, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

素食微調, at 大坑銅鑼灣道144號, serves vegetarian international food near Tin Hau MTR exit A1. English spoken and menu. Seats 13. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, Chinese, International, Juice bar, Take-out

11 Reviews

First Review by locamike

My favourite spot - Edit

Their salad was very yummy which amazed me every time. They put seasonal stuffs in their daily mix of salad so created very fresh salad - Not those watery salad. They served vegan foods and you can ask them to tailor made a vegan dish for you. That's why I love it - the owners and staffs are very friendly and you only have to tell them your dietary requirements and they could make your own dish for you. Their juices and smoothies are also very nice. The risotto, all day breakfast, soup all are very nice. This restri definitely won my heart

Pros: Daily fresh salad , Vegan friendly , Very friends staffs

Cons: Nothing comes to my head

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cozy little place - Edit

Went there for lunch, and the wrap was pretty good, for a decent price too. May go back

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Small cosy western style cafe - Edit

I've been here for lunch and dinner a few times and enjoyed the food. It tastes fairly healthy and fresh.

The last time I went, we tried a veggie burger - it's comprised of nicely textured tofu and grilled vegetables. As I am vegan, they used Sheeze (vegan cheese) on top. We had the combination which came with some potato wedges (nice, not deep fried) and a small salad. Lovely meal.

We also had the green spaghetti combo - spaghetti with mushrooms, veggies and pine nuts (this was average); a broccoli, pea and porcini soup (I really like this); grilled pineapple (yummy!); small chef salad (lovely with fresh fruits); and small fresh juice. We also got the chocolate smoothie (made with cacao, walnuts, coconut oil, banana and soymilk) - really good.

Overall, I was happy and would return. They have some good deals on takeaway. It's quite small and informal though and the seating doesn't have backs (bench/stool style).

Pros: Good combinations, Healthy, Friendly service

Cons: Small and informal, Seating doesn't have backs

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No flavour - Edit

Ordered two wraps for brunch with the drink combo. Drinks were nice but not cold. Would have been better blended with ice.
The wraps were grilled despite the fact that they contained chilled salad. We found this a bit strange. The tortilla was also crispy rather than the usual soft. When we started eating the wrap it kind of shattered and ended up a real mess.
Not recommended. Sorry.

Pros: Quaint

Cons: Expensive, Flavour, Crunchy wraps

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Cute Lunch time Joint - Edit

It's a cute, quaint joint with limited seating but makes a nice little spot for grabbing some lunch. It's mostly western, healthy options which makes a nice change from all the local fried stuff, just a shame they use cheese and eggs although these can be avoided easily. Go for the lavish roll set which is great value you get the burrito style wraps, little salad, fresh juice and small soup all for 115 HKD. Service is prompt and the owners are sweet. You can also buy some groceries including fresh fruit and veg and even vegan cheese.

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Good food - Edit

It's a cute shop, very small and personal. I was here in October of 2016. The food was nice, but nothing super special, and the portions were a bit small for the price. I'd eat again if I was in the area, but wouldn't go out of my way.

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Excellent ! - Edit

I took a set made of some pasta and mushrooms, salad (two different once), pumpkin soup and guava-lemon juice.
Some friends took some wraps, spaghetti and tomato sauce or (big) tofu burger.
All look delicious and mine was very tasty.
The service is a bit slow due to the fact that - it seems - only one person works there and prepare everything when you order it, it was worth it.
Prices are much higher than many cheap places (count around 100 - 150HKD) but the food is really amazing.
If it was a vegan place, I would give it 5 stars.

Pros: Savoury, Big portion, Interesting menu

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Veggie Spinner, Hong Kong - Edit

I used to like this place. A reliable source though has told me a worrying story about them serving lacto cheese in supposedly vegan food. I've asked management who acknowledge this was a mistake. I'm dropping my rating for the time from 4 to 3 stars. I may review that in future.

Updated from previous review on 2016-12-27

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cozy and tasty bistro - Edit

nice bistro with vegetarian and vegan snacks, soups, main courses and fresh juices.
seating for aroundn8 people in total. the staff was very nice and prices fair.
Updated from previous review on Monday December 28, 2015

Pros: frinedly staff, english menu

Cons: very small

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tai hang's only veggie eatery - Edit

veggie spinner, tai hang's only vegetarian eatery, fits right in in this hipster enclave. it's a tiny, cosy place, with about four to five seating areas. while i was there during lunchtime on saturday, there were only one couple and two other female solo diners.

i chose option a from the lavash wrap menu: organic tofu and portobello mushroom. at hkd53, this was certainly more expensive than the hkd32 wraps from sooo vegi (i mention it as a comparison, as it's the only other slightly unconventional veggie eatery i know of in the tin hau / fortress hill area). but was it a world of difference. the wraps were not only bigger and textured, with some embedded black sesame seeds, but were toasted to the point of being crisp yet still soft and chewy. fillings - lettuce, portobello mushroom, pumpkin, tofu - were warm, generous and heartily packed, with each wrap probably made to order.

i later learnt that they made their wraps from scratch - no wonder! while it was delicious and not too salty when eating it, strangely enough a slightly salty aftertaste lingered for a while. on my next visit i'll ask them to use less salt, if possible.

i added hkd15 for a small bowl of broccoli, green peas and porcini soup. it was light, nicely textured and not too salty.

i was already full from the soup and half a wrap. bigger eaters have the option of a variety of other set meals (mains+soup/juice, starting from hkd70++) such as pasta, burger or brown rice, or even heavier set meals (mains+salad+soup+juice, going up to hkd168 for a vegetable risotto set). prices are on the high end, but, judging from the way my wrap went today, i'm hopeful the rest of its menu should be equally fresh and good. they seem to have a discount for takeaway food.

while the menu doesn't indicate which dishes are vegan-friendly (i've sent them a facebook message to suggest they consider this), ingredients for wraps are listed out in english and chinese. staff are friendly too.

my only gripe would be that juices are overpriced by my standards, ranging from hkd30 for a simple apple/celery juice, hkd38 for a wheatgrass shot, to hkd45 for wheatgrass/apple juice.

Pros: delicious wraps, cosy place

Cons: dishes on the expensive side, expensive juices

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I live near Tin Hau/Tai Hang so I pass by the place almost everyday. It's small but rather cosy and I saw they were doing a super deal on LOCACLICK app (free soup when u spend HKD100) so I thought it was the perfect opportunity to try them out :) I was not disappointed. The food is fresh, the owner is a fun lady and it's always good when you know you're supporting small local businesses!

You can't miss it, it's 5-min from Tin Hau MTR.

Pros: Fresh, Good value for money

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