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Hiltl restaurant, Zurich

Hiltl is supposedly the oldest vegetarian restaurant in Europe, and has a well-labeled buffet with many vegan options. The food was very good, especially the mustard-y potato salad. On another day, I went to their sister restaurant (Tibits), where I had an incredibly delicious vegan rhubarb fool for dessert.

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Dim sum (Lock Cha Teahouse)

The Lock Cha Teahouse has the best vegetarian dim sum in Hong Kong. However, it is a bit pricey, and the waitstaff are sometimes a bit surly. The tea is lovely, there is a changing daily menu of exclusively vegetarian dim sum, and it is located inside of Hong Kong park; coming here was always relaxing.

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Chinese dessert!

One thing I miss about Hong Kong is the dessert restaurants. You can have a complete, balanced (except maybe with too much sugar) meal at one of these places! And there are lots of vegan options! Desserts are made of things like beans, sweet (and not-so-sweet) potatoes, nuts, seeds, fruits, chia, rice, tofu, and so on. Pictured here are cold mango/coconut sweet soup, warm silken tofu dessert with sweet black sesame sauce, and mochi filled with fresh mango and rolled in coconut.

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Dim sum (Three Virtues Restaurant, Hong Kong)

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Eggless egg custard tarts and cupcakes for breakfast

The Loving Hut in Wan Chai is open late and has vegan egg custard tarts that are delicious. I made up for discovering this fact near the end of my time in Hong Kong by getting some anytime I was remotely near Wan Chai once I knew about them.

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Lunch at Pogo Cafe (London, UK)


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Lunch at Black China Bakery and Cafe

We had a lovely lunch in the succulent garden at Black China today. Muffaleta sandwiches:


Followed by some cake we ate too quickly to photograph:


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