Hong Kong can often be a difficult place to be a vegetarian – almost every dish includes meat, or at the very least, hidden fish sauce or shrimp paste as seasoning – but there is a growing trend of restaurant that cater to the meat-free masses. That means an ever-expanding veggie restaurant scene, and at the very top of the pile is Happy Veggies, a local chain that puts social enterprise and sustainability as the first point on their agenda. They offer traditional favourite with a meatless twist, and homemade dumplings, soups and stir-fries that eskew meat without ever skipping out on flavour. Their outlet in Wan Chai is easily accessed via – unsurprisingly – Wan Chai MTR, and when you arrive at the Bayfield Building on Hennessy Road, you’ll be met with more than enough veggie options to feed your whole dining party. Reserve a table now and head on over for a vegetarian meal to remember in Hong Kong.