. 📍Muji Cafe, Festival Walk 💸HKD80-100 🏅5/5 💓FOLLOW AND LIKE AND SHOW LOVE!💓 Loving the food at Muji💕 They don’t come with surprises and you can count on it to be tasty! The staffs are really helpful in terms of helping you pick out vegetarian dishes and they have a vegetarian menu😭 Although the snacks from the actual Muji shop are almost never vegetarian or vegan, their cafe is really good in terms of veggie ranges🌱 On my plate (mostly vegetarian): 1. Baked Vegetables with Portuguese Sauce: With carrot, eggplant, jade zucchini and cauliflower 2. Edamame Croquette 3. Spinach & Shiitake Mushroom in Sesame Dressing 4. Semi-Roasted Tomato with Mixed Mushrooms (vegan)
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#vegetarianhk 📍Amaroni’s, Festival Walk 💸HKD 150-300 🏅3/5 Shoutout to their appetizer bread! Amaroni’s has been one of my go-to Italian place since I was a kid, it’s sad to see how commercialized it is now, but the food quality is all around the same. Everything else though, has become sloppy and it definitely lost its reputation as a mid-high end fine western food. If you were to visit Amaroni’s, I’d suggest that you go on weekdays instead of weekends as the place will get super busy and the quality of your experience would just go down. LIKE THIS AND FOLLOW US! First: Some tomato linguine (I asked for no clams) - was meh Second: Mushroom and truffle pizza - it’s a fun pizza to eat given its bread-like dough
. 📍Home 💸 Depends on where you buy your ingredients (a pack of Field Roast is around HKD80 at CitySuper) 🏅Rating: 500/5 I hope y’all don’t mind if I feature a little guac-hotdog that I make myself and my friends all the time because it is SO GOOD AND SIMPLE. Go grab yourself some regular hotdog buns, an avocado, some cherry tomatoes, red onion, and Field Roast Sausage (flavor: Mexican Chipotle). Chop and mix all the veg together with some crushed avocado for a thick guacamole, add olive oil as desired. My non-vegetarian friend tried and she couldn’t tell it was not meat at all! Be warned that the sausage is really spicy but after a couple hotdogs you really get used to it and this stuff is HIGHLY ADDICTIVE.