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Q: Which vegetarian restaurant serves the tastiest fake meat dishes in Beijing?

8 years 23 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

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Tianchu Miaoxiang Vegetarian - Chaowai vegetarian restaurant   HappyCow Supporter!  4.5 HappyCows based on member votes 12 Reviews
Rm 0260, 2/F, Bldg D, Chaowai SOHO, 6B Chaoyangmenwai Dajie, CBD/Guomao (100020) 
 +86-10-59001088, 59001288
  Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Fast food, Take-out
Founded in 2003, Tianchu Miaoxiang Vegetarian has 2 branches: Tsinghua and Chaowai(CBD). Offers extensive vegetarian menu including a variety of mockmeat dishes with average 40-60CNY per person. The kitchen and inventory are open for customer visits. Organizes monthly free vegetarian cooking training salon. Name in Chinese is 天厨妙香素食(朝外店), address is 朝外大街乙6号,朝外SOHO D座0260. Directions: 300 meters west of JingGuang Center at East 3rd Ring, next to Central Park and Vantone Center. Take exit A of Jintai Xizhao Station on Subway Line #10, turn right on first light, then turn left on first light, walk 200m to see Chaowai SOHO building. Reportedly not all vegan Sept 2011 as they may use dairy. Open Mon-Sun 10am-10pm.

Not sure what you mean by fake meat dishes but here you go. This site shows 64 so you can pick one which is closest to you and that fits your budget. The link is at the top of the post. Good Luck!

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