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A name at the forefront of Hong Kong’s vegetarian dining scene, The Herbivores is shaking things up with its creative approach to vegetarian cuisine. Now, with three restaurants across the city, the restaurant has become a household name among locals who love fresh, delicious cuisine. You’ll find the Soho branch on Staunton Street, an ideal location for beginning your night out or for fuelling up after a day spent hitting up the shops in Central.
Take a look at The Herbivores’ Valentine’s menu!
2 main course and 1 desert are not available in the lunch menu at 12:30. Taste are very good. Quantity too little. Salad nothing special for main menu. Service very good.
Terrible experience, staff too busy with themselves to serve guests , food we ordered was missing and never arrived and finally most of what we got was frozen and heated in mico. What a waste of time and money . Never again !
It was a lovely restaurant where there food was excellent. The music was very loud but of good selection. The starters were interesting and delicious!
Regardless of whether you’re a vegetarian or not, you are sure to be impressed with the menu over at The Herbivores’ Soho location in Hong Kong’s Central. With its extensive range of inventive and adventurous meat-free options, you won’t have to settle for a boring old salad here! Start off with some mash & cheese (a deep-fried ball of mashed potato with mixed cheese, fresh mango and balsamic vinegar) or opt for a mezze platter to share around the table.
Whether you’re looking for a healthy snack, or want to feast on some vegetarian comfort food, you’ll find an array of delicious main course options here. We recommend the tofu box (tofu stuffed with risotto, cheddar cheese, miso paste and sesame served alongside grilled asparagus and mashed kernels) and The Herbivore’s bomb (sun-dried tomato and saffron arancini stuffed with mozzarella and served with homemade coconut curry and grilled pineapple skewers). This popular Central eatery on Soho’s Staunton Street attracts crowds of Hong Kong’s vegetarians and adventurous foodies alike, so book a table in advance to avoid disappointment!