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Best Vegan Cafes in Hong Kong

People are going gaga over veganism these days. Vegan foods are increasingly being adopted by people owing to their origination, taste, and health benefits. Though cities are coming up with ‘n’ numbers of cafes and restaurants all around the world, finding a vegan restaurant in town is never easy. Hong Kong is one of the most visited places in the world, so this list has to be there with every tourist out there. Here are some of the best vegan cafes in HK which you shall not miss wherever you happen to be there.

  1. LN Fortunate Coffee
    This is one of the most loved vegan cafes in Hong Kong majorly owing to its scrumptious food and humble and friendly staff. This well-ventilated, spacious, and cozy place offers you a perfect ‘me’ time. Its delicious food with fresh ingredients in a tranquil environment blows everyone’s mind. If going for lunch, the sandwich lunch set with mint lemonade and homemade steamed dumplings is unmissable. Its Pumpkin Bisque soup, vegan cakes, tofu salad burger, lattes, smoothies, vegan noodles with toast, sausage, and matcha soy milk are also worth trying.
  2. Ohms Cafe & Bar
    Perfect if you’re alone or a couple of friends as it is a little cozy and a small cafe but its vegan food and homemade beer are unparalleled with reasonable pricing. Kickstart your day with a healthy breakfast and also provides you a good coffee break in the monotonous afternoons. If you happen to be here, don’t miss its pancakes and affogato. Trust me; these are the best you can get in town. You would also fall in love with its lip-smacking Caramel ice cream with coconut cream, rawnola, and salted chocolate.
  3. Fresca
    Fresca is a perfect blend of soups, salads, and bakery items made with fresh ingredients and food products, mostly originating from private gardens and farms. Every product is very thoughtfully picked which is very well highlighted in its aroma and freshness. It offers you both the options; you can either take your parcel in takeaway boxes or you can simply sit there and eat at the cafe itself.
  4. Veggle Cafe
    It’s a cash-only vegan restaurant that serves good quality and tempting food options. It is a good place to catch something fresh and light. Its salad bar is also amazing. It is a little pricey but one can pay some more pennies for some healthy culinary options, right from beverages and salads to soups and main course. Its broccoli salad is worth trying.
  5. OVO Cafe
    It is an astonishing cafe with a beautiful interior. Being vegan, its interior is also plant-based (so thoughtful)! Its calm and composed environment and green garden-like decor please everyone’s mind. If you want to spend some time with yourself or with your friends, this is the perfect place to hook up at. Its cakes and drinks are must to have. The menu card displays ingredients explicitly so it’s good for vegans to pick the products. This cozy and comfy place has a knowledgeable and friendly staff that provides top-notch services to its customers. Its Vegan Pizza, Penne Vegan Pesto Pasta, and the Impossible Vegan Burger are unparalleled.
  6. Vego Coffee
    This pet-friendly cafe is best for those who are looking for some stillness and serenity. It is peaceful but only on weekdays because, on weekends, it brings you an average time of 45-50 minutes. It is a delightful treat for those who have a sweet tooth. One can’t resist trying its grey chiffon cake, brownies, cheesecakes, mixed fruit cake, and the Vegan Matcha Cake. The Caramel Charcoal Latte offers a penetrating aroma, sumptuous texture, and scrumptious taste.
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Alexandra Dimitropoulou

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