There are not only various kinds of wheaten food and rice but also delicious vegetarian cuisines offered. It is famous for its delicious vegetarian diets with reasonable prices. There are three characteristics: firstly, there are abundant kinds of vegetarian materials in different seasons; secondly, based on Yangzhou style cuisines, all the cuisines are cooked with exquisite and special means; thirdly, many vegetarian diets are cooked with meat appearance and taste. The steamed bun wrapped by dry bean curd skin and wonton with thin skin and abundant filling are especially spoken highly by the customers. There is free soy-bean milk offered. It is free for parking.
Chinese name: 大明寺素食坊 Damingsi Sushi Fang
Recommended dishes: Dongpo “pork” (东坡肉, stewed white turnip with pork taste), steamed vegetarian bun with dry bean curd skin (豆腐皮包子), steamed green vegetables and mushroom bun (青菜香菇包), noodles serviced with soy bean (干拌面), stewed noodles with three fresh delicacies (三鲜煨面), green vegetable wonton (翡翠馄饨), steamed vegetarian three-dice bun (素三丁包)
It is a famous and old vegetarian restaurant in Yangzhou with thirty years’ history. The diets are well known for the delicious taste, abundant mount and reasonable prices. The environment is plain and simple with antique style. What is especially welcome by the customers is the fragrant and crispy fried dough twist. Besides, there are also many beautiful scenic spots nearby, really worth your visiting.
Chinese name: 小觉林素菜馆 Xiaojiaolin Sucai Guan
Recommended dishes: fried dough twist (麻花), three delicacies rice crust (三鲜锅巴), fried vegetarian “fatty intestine” (素肥肠, gluten and bean products with meat taste), shredded “pork” with garlic sauce (鱼香肉丝, frying carrots, green peppers and potatoes with mushroom made vegetarian meat slices), fried noodles with vegetables (炒面), steamed vegetarian three-dice bun (素三丁包), braised “meat” balls in brown sauce (红烧狮子头, winter melon and dry bean curd with meat taste), Yangzhou fried rice (扬州炒饭)
It is located near Daming Temple and the Buddha Mountain, so you can have a good chance to experience the Buddhism culture and then have afternoon tea here. There are pure vegetarian diets offered. The meat-like diets are cooked very delicately and deliciously with vegetarian food materials. The environment is quiet and you need not wait for a seat.
Chinese name: 六和居素菜馆 Liuheju Sucai Guan
Recommended dishes: sweet and sour “spare rips” (糖醋排骨, lotus roots with spare rib taste), braised “meat” balls in brown sauce (红烧狮子头, winter melon and dry bean curd with meat taste), Yangzhou fried rice (扬州炒饭), fried corn with shrimp (玉米虾仁, made of konjac powder with shrimp taste), vegetarian “duck” (素鸭, gluten and bean products with duck appearance and taste)