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Jimingsi Vegetarian Restaurant
Jimingsi Vegetarian Restaurant Review
Inside the Jiming Temple, this establishment cooks up Chinese fare with absolutely no meat. Although the menu lists pork, fish, chicken, and goose dishes, the food is all vegetarian. The chefs use tofu, wheat gluten, and vegetables to create tasty interpretations of meat. An English menu features a limited selection of the best dishes. Tofu threads and the Sichuan "fish" are recommended. This restaurant is noteworthy more for its view of the temple grounds than its food, but overall it's worth a visit.
- Address: Jiming Temple, off Beijing Dong Lu, south of Xuanwu Lake Park, Nanjing, 210029
- Phone: 025/8771-3690
- Location: Nanjing
- No credit cards.
- No dinner.
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