Po Lin Monastery Vegetarian Food 寶蓮禪寺齋堂

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After a visit to the Big Buddha and having climbed up and down the long flight of stone steps, you will be forgiven for feeling a bit weak and sore in the legs. Nothing would beat a lull and a cup of tea in the monastery’s vegetarian kitchen and enjoy the special delicacy of vegetarian dishes of the monastery. Refilled and refreshed, you are then ready to continue with your exploration. Food is provided according to the number of people at a table to avoid wastage; and dishes are varied according to the season so that only the freshest vegetables find their way to the table. Generally visitors will be offered a soup, a deep-fried dish and a vegetable dish to go with rice. Address: Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping Road, Ngong Ping, Lantau Island Website: http://www.plm.org.hk/ Signature dish: Chinese Vegetarian Dishes Discuss more

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    Li July 3, 2012 at 5:51 pm #

    Do we share the food with other people that’s on the same table? Are there separate chopsticks/tongs/spoons/forks (public chopsticks) to get the food?

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      Northasian July 5, 2012 at 9:41 pm #

      Hi Li, You have your own food and you’re just sharing table only. If you’re coming with your friends and you wish to have public chopsticks or spoon, you may request from the waitress.

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