Satisfy your vegan and vegetarian cravings this Valentine’s Day with one of the delicious—and nutritious—menus in one of Hong Kong’s finest dining selections this year, whether you’re riding solo or feasting out with your bae.
Celebrate plant-based cuisine and all its glory on your romantic evening for guilt-free dining and a healthy heart with our top five vegan restaurants in Hong Kong for Valentine’s Day 2020.
Sakti Elixir at Fivelements Habitat
Urban wellness retreat Fivelements Habitat is an eco escape offering daily sacred arts and movement sessions, and a nutritious plant-based restaurant, Sakti Elixir.
This Valentine’s Day, the sanctuary is hosting a special four-course menu for two, dishes including Rosella Rose Kombucha, Beetroot Thyme, Coconut “Yogurt” Salad with Carrot Lemongrass Honey, and for dessert, a sweet treat of Chocolate, Berries and Flowers.
Date: Available between 12th and 19th of February 2020
Price: HK$228 per person
Indulge in a romantic, vegan-friendly Valentine’s Day with your other half at VEDA for a four-course plant-based menu with optional wine and cocktail pairing for a healthy combination. The intimate restaurant is located in Ovolo Central and boasts flavourful, East-meets-West nutritious cuisine. Some highlights of the evening include Yam Korokke, Spinach & Ricotta Steamed Dumplings and Dynamite Rolls.
Date: Available between 13th and 15th of February 2020
Price: HK$480 per person (wine/cocktail pairing is an additional HK$280)
VEDA, Ovolo Central, 2 Arbuthnot Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3755 3067
Everything at Confusion Kitchen is plant-based, sourcing only 100% dairy-free, egg-free and animal product-free ingredients for a healthier focus on green foods and its benefits. Take your Valentine to this fresh and healthy hot spot to indulge in one of their à la carte options—perhaps the Vegan Beef Tacos with Tofu Fries to share.
Price: HK$95 for Vegan Beef Tacos and HK$50 for Tofu Fries
Confusion Kitchen, G/F, 103 Jervois St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2563 3699
Experience culture, arts and heritage all under the same roof of the premier teahouse Lockcha, to devour the most beautifully-brewed tea. This traditional vegetarian and vegan lunch dishes include the choice of healthy dim sum, noodles and fusion Japanese-Chinese cuisine to awaken the senses and indulge with your other half.
Price: HK$101-HK$200 per dish
Lockcha Tea House, Admiralty, The K.s.lo Gallery, 香港公園地下層, +852 2801-7177
Dine in the sophisticated Isoya this Valentine’s Day for a cleaner version of your typical sashimi and tuna roll specialities—this Buddhist-Japanese restaurant offers vegan sushi made from delicate ingredients like lotus roots and fried cherry blossoms for a tasteful, plant-based spin.
Isoya, 9/F, 83 Wan Chai Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 5500 8812