Wei Feng Su Shi

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 1 review )

240 Dachang 2nd Rd, Sanmin District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

味豐素食, at 高雄市三民區大昌二路240號, specializes in vegetarian version of Taiwanese cuisine where you choose from vegetables, fungi, bean curd products, and mock meats, then have your selection prepared as a soup or stir-fry -- point to the wok or soup pot. Note that mock meats likely contain egg and/or milk. Open Tue-Sun 4:00pm-11:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Taiwanese

1 Review

First Review by junya

For Late-Night Veges - Edit

First thing to note is that no English is spoken here. That should not prevent anyone from getting a meal: just pick what you want, hand your selection to the cook, and respond to the cook's cue to indicate the cooking method: soup or fried (not sure if it is stir-fried or simmer-fried - I went for the soup). But if you need to talk with cook/server (e.g., about ingredients or cooking methods), some Chinese is needed.

Soup was a noodle soup, with hand-pulled noodles. Although the flavor of the soup broth was not bad, I couldn't really taste the vegetables I selected. Don't know if the soup was too strong or the vegetables were too bland. But a bigger disappointment was the noodles: they quickly became soggy in the soup.

All in all, my meal was a disappointment. But it's a popular place so, although it didn't suit my taste, it does seem to suit others. And it's open late - that deserves bonus points.

Updated from previous review on Wednesday May 18, 2016

Pros: Open late

Cons: Uninspiring food

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