Green Monday is an non-profit organization that promotes a healthier diet and a reduced carbon footprint by advocating for eating no meats on Mondays. They work with many restaurants across Hong Kong who participate in Green Mondays by offering meatless menu options on Mondays. Read more about Green Monday's story in our interview with founder David Yeung.
Greenbox Health Factory consists of two services: an online vegetarian health food store and a healthy vegetarian lunch delivery service. All products and menus are chosen/designed by an in-house team of nutritionists.
Greenbox Health Factory提供兩項服務︰網上素食健康食品店及健康素食午餐送貨服務。全部產品和菜單都是由他們自家的營養師團隊精選和設計。
Whether you are looking for something to satisfy your cravings, or a fitness fanatic looking for an energy boost, Happy Bites' 100% vegan & raw balls are the perfect bite of indulgence without the guilt. Made purely from plant-based nutritious ingredients including dates, nuts and superfoods, and 100% free from wheat, gluten, dairy and refined sugars. We also take custom orders for cakes.
Locally produced kosher dairy-free, gluten-free, soya-free, vegan, low glycemic ice cream made with coconut cream and coconut sugar. Happy Cow has their own retail outlet at HKU as well as a scoop shop at the Hong Kong Observation Wheel. Available at select retail outlets like Loving Hut, Just Green, Grassroots Pantry, Kubrick, Little Giant, Organic Plus and Light Radiant Food as well as select supermarkets like Marketplace by Jasons, Oliver's Delicatessen, CitySuper and Three Sixty. For further details and shop addresses, check their website and check out the Happy Cow story.
Pay-by-weight vegetarian buffet in the Western Market.
Oceanfront bar and restaurant serving vegan/vegetarian comfort food including pastas, pizza, burgers and more with live music on weekends (note: the bar is not fully vegan).
Catholic organization that supports Vegetarianism in Hong Kong.
Established in 2000 to promote a lifestyle free from animal products and products that test on animals. They host Vegan events in Hong Kong and have resources such as recipes and nutritional information.