Happy Veggies (樂農)

Vegetarian / Vegan
$ $
1/F, Bayfield Bldg, 99 Hennessy Rd
灣仔,
+852 2529 3338
Monday
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:00pm - 9:30pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:00pm - 9:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:00pm - 9:30pm
Thursday
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:00pm - 9:30pm
Friday
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:00pm - 9:30pm
Saturday
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:00pm - 9:30pm

Tips

  • FRESH vegetarian food -- meat lovers won't even feel like they're missing out. Even more of a classier place with the staff full of deaf / hearing impaired folks. Dishes are delectable on their own!
  • This enterprise actively recruits from the deaf and hearing impaired community to integrate them into society and to enhance their future employment prospects.
  • Very popular vegetarian restaurant in Wanchai. Dishes can be quite oily, but they are really tasty. Aubergine dishes are good.
  • Delicious tomato & potato dumplings here!! Also, the pumpkin soup and veggie soups taste delicious. I've liked everything I've tried here so far. Must try.
  • Very nice veggie resto and it's a social enterprise. Making simple veggie to be very innovative and tasty dishes, price is very reasonable, do order more to support them!!!
  • Great, fresh vegetarian food, friendly service. Highly recommended.
  • Nice food and service
  • Choose your three dishes from visual real samples at entrance, pay, get your food, eat! Tasty, easy and very good value.
  • Really like their sweet and sour mushroom! See the full list of my Top 5 Restaurants/Cafes for Eating Vegan/Gluten-Free in Hong Kong: https://goo.gl/LgM0We
  • Nice place to eat in Hong Kong they give huge portions so can share each dish as its too big for one person found it a bit difficult to find need to get an elevator to the ground floor
  • A non-profit restaurant staffed mainly by hearing impaired people. Good food, I particularly enjoyed the cucumber appetizer
  • Great local shop with social mission and good vegetarian food. Recommend: steamed dumpling, and walnut soup for dessert. Hires staff from local deaf community.
  • Yes, it's a social enterprise but more importantly the food here is quite yummy!! Tofu balls could use a little more flavour but the other 2 dishes were superb. The fake cha Siu was a home run
  • Lunch menu was a little bit dissapointing for the view but it tastes 1A and value for the price is top, come early to avoid standing and waiting at this busy place
  • Pictorial sign language books on shelf. Neat way for patrons to learn a bit about the language and deaf/hearing-impaired culture. Really pleasant and upbeat dining experience! Free brown rice refills
  • Good simple Chinese food
  • This place is amazing! They recruit heating impaired staff to help them integrate back into society. I can't believe there is such a supported community around.
  • After eating here u feel warm in your belly and warm in your heart. The staff consists of hearing impaired. Support them.
  • The eggplant in spicy sauce with vermicelli is fantastic

Nearby places

1-3/F, 62 Johnston Rd