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2-min walk from Exit A1, Sai Ying Pun MTR Station continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sat
12:00 - 21:00
Sun
12:00 - 15:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Number of Seats
20
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Review (7)
Level3 2014-06-20
1915 views
Light radiant最近天氣很悶熱,時晴時雨,胃口也隨之變成想吃得清新點。一直有留意主打有機的餐廳,但很多都索價極高、吃不飽或只有一部分食物是天然有機的,好幾次失望而回。位於西營盤東邊街的這間小店,lunch set售$108 但看起來食物也對辦 亦足夠份量,所以鼓起勇氣一試。點的是這個有機黑豆漢堡 配沙律。送是日有機菜湯,今天是莧菜湯。好味道,不油膩,足料,讚!麥包是自家製的,充滿麥香。黑豆扒微辣卻十分惹味。沙律份量可以說是超多,且非常新鮮,醬汁是芥汁蜜糖醬,配合得宜。吃罷飽得動不了。整體是高質素的有機素食店。下次要試 撈蕎麥麵。 continue reading
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Level4 2014-05-15
1806 views
這家 Light Radiant Food 其實不是新店來了,我自己光顧了一年有多,因為餐廳地點比較不好找所以才沒有常常來。我肯定如果它開在我家附近我會天天來吃!餐廳門面好像一個熱帶雨林,穿過重重「樹叢」之後就來到開放式的用餐區和廚房(此店看來是沒有門的?!),夏天就是沒有冷氣也覺得涼爽。餐牌一年多以來也沒有很大的變化(除了價錢),不過菜式的選擇也夠多,以下介紹幾款精選。餐湯每次不同,有南瓜湯、甘筍湯等等,不下忌廣食味清爽。Light Radiant Food 的 No. 1 名菜是它 - 有機黑豆漢堡+沙律! 我第一次來吃到現在最愛的還是它! 為什麼呢? 因為漢堡包是特製的全麥包,有點粗糙美又有豐富的膳食纖維,入口卻是滿口麥香;而裡面的黑豆扒則以黑豆蓉加各式惹味香料製成,微辣卻又非常之香口,配以蕃茄和翠玉瓜等,實在是非常好味!加上滿滿一大碟爽甜的蜜糖芥末汁雜菜沙律,真是吃到碟面照鏡!夏日炎炎,也來一杯菠蘿薄荷昔(不在套餐內,單點)清涼一下吧。店內的菜式基本上都是全素(不含蛋奶)的,除了這個大蘑菇,以前吃是有芝士的,現在也索性變成用全素的芥辣汁了。這個很有鋸扒的感覺。想吃點麵條類,的這裡也有管子意粉豆腐暖沙律(還有我一位西環街坊朋友強力推介的朝鮮薊炒管子意粉)和蕃茄雜菜撈蕎麥麵,都是很適合初夏吃的輕盈菜。加上碟頭相當大,不怕吃不飽。飯後點杯花茶幫助消化,在鳥語花香的環境中享受全天然的午/晚餐,真是人生一大享受啊! continue reading
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Level2 2013-12-14
1224 views
朋友們嫌遠路,唯有同老豆來吃~坐下來,我便暗笑。香港人,假期都往外跑,所謂尋找世外桃源,少有人留心桃花源近在咫尺~有機番茄湯:濃淡均勻,新鮮有如在農場即摘即煮。黑豆漢堡:黑豆少許辣,非常惹味.最精彩是自家制麵包,用料天然,絕對不同各大連鎖麵包店的"人造香軟嫩滑"。我們常常說工作很忙,要食餐好來安慰自己,卻從來沒有人想到要食天然、高纖維、有營養的好食物,來慰勞終生無怨無悔服務自己的腸胃。  continue reading
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Level3 2012-12-23
1444 views
Went to Light Radiant unexpectedly because the Italian restaurant I wanted to try was closed at the moment.It was around 0315 when I arrived, and there was no other customers as the restaurant is normally closed after 3pm.The boss(I guess) asked me what I would want to have to see if they can still make it, and he was nice to talk to as I asked him to recommend the more popular dishes to me. I was not that hungry but really it was time to eat as it had been so many hours after breakfast. When I saw they had a pea soup on the menu, I subjectively assumed that it would be quite thick after mashing so I ordered the Grilled Portobello Mushroom with Salad, which is one of their signature dishes.I should say it was only because of my own expectation that it would be thick so that I was a bit disappointed when the soup came. First it's because of the portion; only half of the bowl and second, it was rather watery. But whatever, I wouldn't be that full and could have the quota for dessert thenSo I just forgot about the soup as it was nothing"neither special in taste"though organicNice mustard sauce!I really like mustard but normally it's often used to accompany meat, so I can hardly include any in my diet. Portobello mushroom is seemed as a meat substitute by many because of its texture and strong taste among all kinds of mushroom so it's really nice to have mustard sauce on it=] It was made right after order and serve right after cooked so you can enjoy it while it's still staying fresh and at its best taste!And don't overlook the veggies! It's just easy to see that they were exceptionally fresh. Definitely better than most of the salad deli even at peak hours! As I was not sure if I'd like the dressing, I asked to have it on the side, which was served in the little cup. It tasted surprisingly refreshing because of the lemon and vinegar in it and of course it did its job well that it really matched with the salad=]As the dish I had here was really light, though comforting and refreshing, I went to Grassroots Pantry afterwards to have a dessert to 'complete' my late lunch continue reading
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Eat less meat. Cows fart far to much for our planets' good. Organic + Vegetarian restaurant. I am absolutely happy with just having veggies. But guys might need a taco from the nearby taco place after lunch here hah. Environment:Airy and uncluttered. No air conditioning for a change. There are only about 20 seats in the restaurant. It is quite spacious. Service:Friendly and engaging owner who...explained the chalkboard menu to us. Pretty much identical to the one I saw in May. You still can't replace coffee/tea with mango lassi. Mehhh. Food:$110 lunch sets: daily soup + main + coffee/tea It's a bit messy but basically you have salad, soba noodles, penne, tofu burger, portobello to choose from. We shared. Correction - we were supposed to be sharing but C didn't have much of an appetite so I ended up having 1.5 portions. ._. ...but it was enjoyable and not too guilt-inducing. Organic tomato soupQuite yummy. Not the usual kind of diluted russian borsch you'd expect. This is a substantial and filling soup, with a starchy vegetable cooked into it - probably potato. Very hot when it arrived . It was quite thick, but there wasn't any cream I believe - just the starch being cooked into the soup. There was also some pureed tomato?Portobello burger with potatoes and salad in mustard sauceI realize I cannot be friends with people who don't like mushrooms. They're so innocent and lovely. Such an unassuming, humble little fungus with earthy aromatic flavours. Succulent. Healthy. Filling. Anyway. The mustard dressing was pretty good, and mild, so it didn't overpower the grilled portobello. It was also thinned out a little for the mushroom to soak up like a sponge. It works! The side veg consisted of lettuce, large baby tomatoes(?), sliced cucumbers, capsicum, and whatever you see. The potatoes were delicious - the owner told us that they were organic. I suppose it did make a significant difference this time. Mm, mum would've loved this, because mum loves potatoes. Cooked till perfection - not overcooked such that they became too powdery, nor undercooked such that you need to force your knife through them. It was very starchy - the cubes of potato gave the knife a little resistance, yet yielded obligingly once you made the first incision. I stole quite a bit off C's plate. Hehee. The portobello itself was large, juicy, well seasoned, and a delight to eat. Organic penne with mushrooms and saladGotta say that the penne was a bit bland but the absence of dressing made this dish much lighter and healthier than regular pasta dishes. It's good that C had some mustard dressing to spare - so I dipped the penne pieces into the small pool of mustard dressing. Pasta was slightly undercooked, but was done in salt water sprinkled with a bit of pepper - really simple method to have pasta. But there were fat slices of a smaller breed of portobello mushroom (i think?) generously mixed with the pasta. Those were cooked with much dedication too. You can tell they did not hea. The compulsory salad was satisfying. Herbal tea - for stress relief consumed by C. Herbal tea - for immunity boost, for me. Didn't really like it coz it tasted of chamomile. I'm skeptical towards the medicinal/healing effects of tea. But I guess tea can't harm me. Conclusionnce in a while with an objective to have lunch as mindlessly as possible, okay. But was lunch worth $110...? I would think not. Could get something more satisfying for a lesser amount in SoHo, where rent is like...But I suppose one has to pay a price, literally, for health. What society is this...? continue reading
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