Veggiezen Health Vegetarian Restaurant

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 3 reviews )

713 Jose Abad Santos St, Little Baguio, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines

Serves an eclectic array of appetizers including oakwood mushroom, simpaoku, tokwa noodles, chicharon, skewers. Tsai Tsa mien, winter melon, bola bola and sibut soups. Maki, bihon, misua, and palabok noodles. Spicy fried rice, veggiezen fried rice, fresh lumpia, fortune bag, bean curd roll for main courses. Free Wi-Fi. Open Tue-Sun 10:30am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Japanese, Take-out, Taiwanese, Filipino

3 Reviews

First Review by oatsncinnamon

Great tasting comfort food - Edit

Love it here! I go here at least once a month (it's pretty far from where I live). Food is good and delicious. Service is good. I have brought many people here, a lot of them omnivores, and they all love it, too!

They use a lot of whole foods, not much veggie meat, but they fry a lot (depends if you're bothered by that).

Favorites are definitely the Oak Mushroom and Fortune Bag!

Pros: Lots of dishes to choose from, Really affordable prices, good service

Cons: a bit out of the way, almost everything is fried

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Not Worth the Effort - Edit

The food here is about as lacklustre as the service. Despite the fact that there was only one other table with customers, the waitress - who seemed more interested in checking her appearance in the mirror than tending to patrons - managed to forget one of the two only items I ordered. The dish that *did* reach my table was the Tsa Tsai Mien, a noodle soup with 'mushroom balls' for 140 PhP. As it took more than half an hour to arrive (despite the lack of customers), I was expecting something pretty special - but it was basically a small bowl of noodles in boiling water with a couple of shreds of lettuce (?!?) and carrot. Had to add heaps of vinegar, pepper and chilli just to give it some flavour. I would never even contemplate serving this slop to a guest, let alone a paying customer. Would've been better off with a cup of noodles from the 7-11, at least the service there is attentive.

Updated from previous review on 2016-08-07

Cons: awful service, overpriced, uninspired dishes

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great food with great price - Edit

The place is like a typical chinese restaurant you'll see in chinatown. When we went there we were the only group who were eating at that time so I was able to buy some time from the restaurant attendant to interview her. Suprisingly, she almost knew everything from the menu. The menu has a couple of variety but not that much for you to have a hard time which is which. The only problem we encoutered was that most of the names of the meals were somewhat hard to understand. Moving on, the food quality wise, its a little above the average in my opinion, considering the price of each meal. Most meals are with tofu, only a few are of without sou products. They also sell organic thai products such as pastas and condiments.

Pros: cheaper than others, good quality of food

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