Locofama Hong Kong is a health-conscious or vegetarian foodie’s dream. Situated on Fuk Sau Lane in Sai Ying Pun, this fusion restaurant serves up dishes that are nourishing, creative and downright delicious. There is a focus on all things organic at Locofama and, as a result, you won’t find any pesticides or chemicals in any of the fresh produce and ingredients used. An absolute dream for anyone on an eat clean buzz, Locofama has options that cover just about every niche diet out there be it vegan, dairy-free, nut-free, pescatarian, gluten-free, paleo and everything else in between. So next time you fancy a delicious meal without the guilt, a reservation here is a must.
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Another great vegan meal at Locofama a must visit for anyone.
great vegetarian food but more importantly the waitress in charge was superb, super accommodating friendly just impeccable ...sorry don’t know her name....unbelievably welcoming and reason enough to keep going back
Your health is your wealth, and the skilled team at Locofama Hong Kong are fully aware of this fact. They want to help you live your best life and healthiest lifestyle by providing only the finest fuel for your body. In order to do so, they work tirelessly with the very best producers and suppliers in Hong Kong to source food that is high in nutritional value and low in any nasty stuff such as chemicals or pesticides. Centrally located on Fuk Sau Lane in Sai Ying Pun, this vegetarian fusion spot has truly got something for everyone no matter the dietary requirements. Let’s just say you’re going to go loco for Locofama, and want to eat every meal there forevermore!
So, a meal at Locofama looks a little bit like this… Bright colours, perfect presentation and a whole lot of nutritious food items squeezed on to one plate. Maybe you’re in the mood for Locofama’s vegetarian spicy spinach quesadillas with garlic, chili, mixed cheese and a black garlic cream sauce? Alternatively, how about some fusion dishes such as spicy sesame soba noodles or kalbi beef sliders with avocado mayo? You better be getting down to Sai Ying Pun, sharpish!