If you’re looking for vegetarian food in Tai Hang, Veggie Spinner is an awesome local cafe that serves delicious Western-style meatless options.
It’s also big on healthy fruit juices and we decided to go for the beetroot mix that evening while chillaxing at the dining table overlooking the main road.
To start, we were served creamy corn soup and fruity salad that contained pomelo, melons, and fresh veggies with cucumber, peppers, and carrot slices mixed in a light vinaigrette dressing. A refreshing start to our mains.
My friend has been raving about the veggie burger here and I wanted to know what the fuss was about. With veggie burgers, you’re either into the pattie or the veggie stack. Audrey happens to be with the latter.
Here’s a side view of the veggie burger – cheese, mushroom, peppers, and zuchinni. It was delicious in a guilt-free way and you could tell they made their own ketchup as well, which was tangy and fresh. The potato wedges were yummy – so soft and luscious with every bite.
I’m quite obssessed with the burger and so here’s another view from the top.
We also ordered a vegetable stack for din din. Those thick oozing melted cheese on top of the stuffed portabello mushroom filled with eggplants was amazing! While the sauteed cabbage looks like a simple dish, I quite like how it balances with the cheesy shroom drizzled with balsamic vinegar.
Close up of the stuffed portabello shroom and cabbage – very satisfied with this dish.
Recapping starters – an interesting salad mix.
When the food tastes wholesome, you just feel like you had a fantastic evening. We were also sort of in an “alfresco” setting as we chatted the night away, watching the traffic passed us by.
Veggie Spinner: G/F, 144, Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong. (5 minutes walk from Tin Hau MTR Exit B)
Check out Veggie Spinner on Facebook here.