Now, here's our biggest problem with vegetarian food: It's not meat! And, it's really hard to get past this when you're just so into the stuff. Worry not. There are some awesome dishes here that will have even the carniest of the carnivores excited. Take the Three Cups Chicken (a Taiwanese dish). Perfect texture, perfect flavor. Don't believe us? We brought a veg along to get him to sample the food the poor boy eats nothing but fried rice and bok choy every day. Throughout the whole meal he kept asking, Are you sure this isn't meat? Yeah, we're sure. Wanna know how? This is a favorite haunt of the moneyed monks. Though, it doesn't take much. We spent just 159 kuai. Not too shabby considering our table was filled with beautifully presented dishes, beginning with the sausage and finishing up with a huge pot of soup. There were tons of leftovers and not a dish was a dud. There is a slight, slight drawback to this place however. In keeping with the monastic prescripts, this is a dry restaurant, meaning that there aren't no alcohol to be had. But, there are a lot of freshly-juiced juices. It's okay to treat your liver to a little vacation from the fat and the alcohol every once in a while. English and picture menu available.