January 17, 2020

New Quan Yin Chay Vegetarian in Binondo Offers Vegan Yet Flavorful Eats

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  • Binondo is deemed as one of the best places to have your next food crawl. Knowing that the Lunar New Year is fast approaching, food enthusiasts are definitely in for some Chinese eats.

    However, for those who are practicing vegetarianism, it will be hard for them to find a restaurant in Binondo. Well, you don’t need to worry as there is a vegetarian restaurant situated in Ongpin Street named New Quan Yin Chay Vegetarian.

    New Quan Yin Chay Vegetarian interior

    As you enter the restaurant, you’ll notice the humble dining space. Their dishes are displayed in a glass case. Here, they serve a wide variety of side dishes including noodle strips, stewed dishes using tofu, stir-fried vegetables, and boiled dishes.

    New Quan Yin Chay Vegetarian dishes

    When ordering, take a tray and choose what you prefer from the arranged dishes. The store clerk then will serve it on a plate.

    Some of their featured specialties include solid mushroom soup, noodles, vegetarian ramen, and vegetarian siopao.

    To fulfill your Chinese dining experience, you may also order side dishes, which cost Php 70 to 80. Their appetizing side dishes are perfect for those who are looking for a lighter meal.

    If you’re a vegetarian or starting to live a healthier life, visit New Quan Yin Chay Vegetarian in Binondo and eat delicious healthy dishes without compromising the taste.

    How to get here

    • From Ayala Avenue, head to Paseo De Roxas and ride a bus going to Baclaran.
    • Get off at Fb Harrison Street. Then, head to Gil Puyat LRT station. Ride a train going to Roosevelt and drop by at Carriedo LRT station.
    • From there, New Quan Yin Chay Vegetarian is just about a 9-minute walk.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese and English magazines January 2020 issue.

    General Information

  • 739 Ongpin St., Binondo, Manila
  • 02-8241-0588
  • 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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