Jyun Kang Vegetarian Restaurant

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Address: 2001 Talmage Road, Ukiah 95482
Area: North Bay
Phone: (707) 463-0939
Hours: Mon-Sun: 12 noon - 3pm; Closed Tuesdays
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegetarian)
Restaurant Type: Chinese
Average cost: $5-$10 per person after tax and tip
Vegan Dessert: No
Accepts credit card: No

Notes: This restaurant is located in the "City of 10,000 Buddhas". A buddhist monastery 115 miles north of SF. They serve appetizers, soup, steamed dumplings, spring rolls, main dishes, fried rice/noodles. There are many mixed veg main dishes as well as tofu, seitan dishes etc. Fairly sizeable menu to choose from and extremely low prices.

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Added by patotzka on 2006-09-03, Last update: 2007-10-11, Viewed 13404 times
Last 5 Reviews

Average rating:0 out of 5 stars 0 / 5.0 Based on 2 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)

Rating Comments   Reviewer Date
5 out of 5 stars Delicious and reasonable prices too. Old style Chinese food with extensive menu with both pictures, as well as Chinese and English language menu. Looking forward to returning again and ordering extra food to take home with me. tammy
Reviews: 139
5 out of 5 stars All vegan. Nearly 50 dishes, including many spicy ones. No garlic or onions. Low prices. Some of the best Chinese vegan food I've ever had. Not heavy or greasy. Staffed by Buddhist monastics and laypeople, all with great vibes, friendly smiles. Early closing time is to accomodate monk/nun schedules. They're not strict about the 3pm close. Buddhist books in restaurant. Nice beads in bookstore. RawVeg.info
Reviews: 6

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