Address: 653 S. Bernardo Avenue (El Camino), Sunnyvale 94087
Area: South Bay
Phone: (408) 481-9888
Hours: Daily 11am - 9:30pm
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegetarian)
Restaurant Type: Chinese
Vegan Dessert: Yes
Accepts credit card: Yes
Parking: Easy parking; in the back corner of a large shopping center with a Safeway.
Notes: Very large menu with beautiful pictures. Close to 200 items, big selection of faux meat dishes. Menu includes 13 appetizers, 13 soups, 68 entrees, 20 tofu dishes, 7 sizzing plate dishes, 19 clay pot choices, 9 pan fried noodle dishes, 10 noodle in soup selections, 6 porridge choices, 10 rice selections, 5 desserts, and 3 beverages.
Menu notes which dishes are hot & spicy, and which are cooked with eggs. Offers $6 lunch specials/combos (white rice free, brown rice is extra).
Probably the only all veggie Dim Sum restaurant in the Bay Area.
Large welcoming space. Has round tables which are great for large group or family get togethers.
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Average rating: 3.6 / 5.0 Based on 5 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|I have only tried the Dim Sum offerings during the early afternoon. I really like the steamed vegie dumplings. Spinach and Fung Sin dumplings are my favourite. I have asked for the chinese brocoli but find it too oily for my tastes, so last time I requested it steamed only. Steamed dumplings get 4 stars from me.||carlos
|Enjoyed #61 the (mostly) tofu and some veggie pork as well as the veggie "duck" (bean curd sheets) with spinach. Food was tasty, decent portions, prompt service. Seemed slightly expensive for Chinese food (entrees were $9 each plus $1.75 for a bowl of brown rice), but I would return as I enjoyed the food and the picture menu is wonderful. They also gave us a complimentary black bean dessert.||tammy
|Friendly service. Clean and welcoming space. Moderate sized portions and huge menu that's heavy on the fake meats. Looking forward to returning and trying out more options.||chris
|Food is okay, almost 200 item menu. Good addition to the very few vegan options in the area. On par with Garden Fresh and GVL.||eric
|I have eaten there 3-4 times with mixed results. They are all vegetarian, but they do use milk and egg in some dishes. Those dishes are clearly marked and the staff is willing to make anything egg-free. For me, the food is good, but nothing special. It is nice to go here for a change, but both Garden Fresh and Great Vegi Land are much better.||VegBausk
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