Harvester G/F Yardley Commercial Building New Market Street Sheung Wan Tel 2542 4788 Grub: Organic, vegetarian Chinese Vibe: It has the conspiratorial air of a place that not many people know about. A lot of people prefer to eat alone here - perhaps to keep this place as their own private hideaway, one that doesn't become so crowded that they can't get a table. It's a clean, well kept place, but in an old building. After the main dining area there is a second area at the back. There are books and magazines to read if you wish. Who to bring: You can bring anyone here. The food it totally vegetarian so everyone can eat it. It's not particularly spicy, although for those who like that, I'm sure some chilli could be added. What's hot: There is no menu and there are no prices. The food is laid out buffet-style - you just grab a plate and fill it up with the things you fancy, then take it to the cashier and put it on the scales. You will then be charged by weight. There are about eight to 10 dishes to choose from. Some have soya meat, others don't even pretend. These dishes probably vary from day to day, but between two of us I think we tried most of them and they were all very good. One favourite was the pumpkin with fake fishballs and seaweed. The flavour and texture of the fishball was quite authentic and had me wondering if I would be fooled if I didn't know. One item that would have fooled me were the sausages mixed with beans and bitter melon. They were shaped like hot dog sausages, and had exactly the right texture and flavour. My friend was singing the praises of the sweet potato. Looking at them, I couldn't be sure if they were sweet potatoes or regular potatoes cooked in a sweet sauce. Whatever they were, they were eaten before I had the chance to sample one. Also earning a thumbs-up were the slices of aubergine made to look like familiar dim sum items. What I thought might be too sweet was the apple soup, but I couldn't have been more wrong. It was delicate, fragrant and really delicious. There are a couple of noodle options which we didn't try, as they have to be cooked to order. What's not: It's on a rather shabby little road just behind Western Market. If you weren't looking for it, you probably wouldn't notice it. Cost: Food is charged at HK$16 per 100 grams. Our plates came to a little over HK$63 each. The noodle dishes are HK$38 and HK$45. Rice, congee and dessert are complimentary and unlimited, so you can eat as much as you like.