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Fo Shi Jie

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This Buddhist restaurant has over twenty years of history, and is a quiet, simple place for Buddhists and non-Buddhists to get together to eat vegetarian food and share experiences. Fo Shi Jie has both traditional vegetable dishes and meat substitutes, and attracts a fair number of customers with its South Korean non-alcoholic beer. Like most Buddhist restaurants, this one refrains from both garlic and onion. One of Fo Shi Jie's stand-out dishes is the Luo Han Zhai, comprising black fungus, mushrooms, bamboo, asparagus, corncob, tofu and nuts. Their meatless meats, such as the crispy chicken, duck and fish, are made from gluten, flour, taro, mushroom and dried bean curd. They also serve meatless abalone.

Getting there: Take bus 53, 113, 121, 121A, 203, 227, 243, 244, 250, 270, 273, 527, 530, get off at Haizhu Quwei stop and walk towards Tongfuzhong Lu and turn right. The restaurant is on the right about 100 yards after the Red Cross Hospital.

Additional Info

  • Chinese Name: 佛世界素食馆
  • Address: :2-8 Ershenggongqian, Niunaichang Jie, Tongfu Zhonglu,Haizhu District, Guangzhou广州市海珠区同福中路牛奶厂街二圣宫前2-8号
  • Contact: 020 8424 3590 (Tel)
  • Businss Hours: 06:00 - 21:00
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