The best vegetarian burgers in Hong Kong

Updated on April 5 2016

Whether you’re a vegetarian or just looking for a healthier alternative, when it comes to burgers you’re usually just expected to forego the patty and settle for a bun with some tomato, lettuce and cheese.

Burgers without a patty (or a significant amount of halloumi and grilled vegetables for that matter), definitely do not count. So to set the record straight once and for all, we went on a hunt to find the best vegetarian burgers — yes, the real ones — in Hong Kong.

Check out the city’s best veggie burgers to satisfy your cravings:

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The Globe

Besides being the perfect spot for anyone who loves beer, The Globe serves some of the best pub food in town, including their veggie bean burger (HK$158). The bean patty is topped with pickled carrot, beetroot, tzatziki, hummus and rocket and can be ordered with a side of salad or chips.

If you’re a vegan, don’t skip out on the burger, just ask them for a veggie burger without the tzatziki and cheese.

The Globe, Garley Building, 45-53 Graham Street, Central, +852-2543 1941,


Veggie SF

The fifties-inspired diner serves up healthy vegetarian food in a quirky setting. Try the ‘I am Fabulous’ burger (HK$158), which comes with a beetroot, lentil, cashew nuts and mushroom patty. It’s topped with homemade soy basil mayo, alfalfa, onion and a side of salad with potato and pumpkin wedges.

Veggie SF, 10/F, 11 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852-3902 3902,


Café Causette

Mandarin Oriental’s Café Causette serves a crunchy chickpea burger (HK$138) with honey labne and beetroot on a poppy seed bun for anyone who likes their burgers with a crunch.

Café Causette, Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong, + 852-2825 4005,



Though Mana is known for their wholesome wraps, their burger is a must-try for vegetarians. Get your fofu burger solo (HK$70) or with fries and salad (HK$100). The burger made up of tofu, halloumi, roasted veggies, portobello mushroom and pickled cucumber and is served on a spelt bun. You can even add an egg on top if you fancy (HK$12).

Mana, 92 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852-2851 1611,


The Butchers Club

Whether you’re a vegetarian or just on a meat-free diet, the What Food Eats burger (HK$120) is one of the must-try burgers on their secret menu. The crunchy chickpea patty is topped with halloumi and spicy greek yogurt.

The Butchers Club, G/F, Rialto Building, 2 Landale Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852-2528 2083,


Beef and Liberty

Beef and Liberty may have started with only one burger on the menu when they first opened but luckily for us they now have a variety of options. The one we can’t wait to try is the handcrafted beetroot and brown rice burger (HK$90), which is topped with goat’s cheese — do we need to say more?
Beef and Liberty, Star St. Precinct, 2/F, 23 Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852-2811 3009,



Wilbur’s PMQ

If you’re a big halloumi fan you’ll love the burger at Wilbur’s. The veggie burger (HK$128) has a stack of grilled vegetables such as zucchini and portobello mushrooms and is topped with halloumi cheese.

Wilbur’s, Unit H412-414, 4/F, Block B, PMQ 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2803 2986,


Little Bao


Dandy’s Organic Cafe

Dandy’s Organic Cafe has a healthy and wholesome vegan burger (HK$118) with pan-fried battered tofu and eggplant, a side of chips and a nutritious salad with alkalizing green pesto dressing.

Dandy’s Organic Cafe, 108 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852-2815 8221



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