Tsuen Wan is a busy district with loads of decent cafes and high-end restaurants, where you can easily find a variety of cuisine types from Chinese and Western to meaty and vegetarian. If you are running out of eating out ideas, take a deep glimpse of this article, save it up for later!
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Modern Veggie Restaurant in Tsuen Wan
There is quite a few different vegetarian restaurants around in Tsuen Wan but this one absolutely stands out from the crowd. They are literally specialised in making meat-like dishes with vegetarian ingredients only. Look at the drumsticks - do they look like chicken to you? They are actually made with tofu skin and bamboo sticks. The quality of food was unexpectedly good as the taste was rich and the texture was meaty but we all knew there weren't any meat in it. Eating vegetarian doesn't mean to be boring. What an overwhelming idea!
Leisurely Veggie | G08-11 Citywalk 2, Tsuen Wan ★★★★☆
Healthy Fusion Food in Tsuen Wan
Eating burger and fries doesn't have to be unhealthy... look at this one here at Homu by Favilla, they offer burgers that come with their signature oven-baked sweet potato fries in three different colours, or you can even go for a creamy pasta with mushroom for an even healthier choice. Everything comes in a set with a cup of tea and a daily soup. They all taste healthy, and tasty at the same time!
Homu by Favilla | No. 2013 D Park, Tsuen Wan ★★★★☆
Evil Dishes for Foodie in Tsuen Wan
This cafe do evil dishes that no one can resist them. Their fried chicken nuggets with a creamy cheese dipping in a charcoal bun are just mouth-watering. This is very filling so it's recommended to have it shared. Feed your second stomach with their huge American waffle - it's simply so fluffy that you are gonna die!
Cafe Swan | G30-33 Kolour 2. Tsuen Wan ★★★★☆
Japanese Hotpot & Dessert in Tsuen Wan
This small cafe offers takeaway Japanese mochi pudding and eat-in hotpot with your choice of dishes. Their hotpot comes in a set of certain things that you can choose from the menu; basically you can order from chicken and beef to fish and seafood, anything you think of could possibly go into the hot stone bowl. Leave some space for their signature desserts because they are so good that you can't seriously miss out!
Antoshimo Cafe & Bakery | No. 1066 D Park, Tsuen Wan ★★★★☆
Edible Flower Themed Restaurant in Tsuen Wan
Some flower petals are edible but they are just too pretty to eat. Like this one we've found in Fleur at The Mills. It's simply too gorgeous to have one bite or two. We manage to eat the soft-shelled crab in a croissant at the end and it was so yum! However, the portion was quite small and it's not filling at all. It's also a bit pricey for such portion. So don't visit if you are super hungry or you'll end up spending a lot in here.
Fleur | Shop G08, The Mills, Tsuen Wan ★★★★☆