Choosing a restaurant is always challenging, especially when you’re eating out with friends that follow different diets. So for those of you struggling to find places to eat where your meat-loving friends can enjoy their meal and you can find plant-based options, too, we’ve put together an awesome list of non-vegan restaurants that serve delicious vegan dishes. Even better, our list contains many different types of cuisines – from Thai to Spanish to Japanese – so you can indulge, no matter what your fancy. How to stay vegan in the meat-heavy Philippines Locofama Best known for its tasty and healthy dishes made with organic ingredients, Locofama’s menu caters to every type of diner and features vegan, dairy-free, nut-free, gluten-free and pescatarian options – definitely something for everyone in your group. Address: G/F, 9-13 Fuk Sau Lane, Sai Ying Pun, Western District. Open: Monday, Wednesday to Friday noon-3pm, 6pm-10pm; Saturday and Sunday 11am-10pm, closed Tuesday Tel: +852 2547 7668 BEP View this post on Instagram Crispy wonton, crack it. #bepvietnamesekitchen #bephk #likeforlike #vietnamesefood #sweetcorn #crispywonton #crunchy #delicious #hkfoodie #dumpling #foodiehk #hkfoodlover #vietnamesefood #vietfood #foodwithlove #hkinstafoodie #hkinstafoodgram #bepvietnamesecuisine A post shared by B Ê P Vietnamese Kitchen (@bephk) on Jun 6, 2016 at 7:37am PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Vietnamese noodles do not always have to be meaty. This always-packed eatery offers different vegan options from starters to mains. Make sure you don’t miss out on its plant-based bun cha, aka bun noodles served with lemongrass crusted tofu and fried ginger julienne – so delicious. Address: Shop 88-90, G/F, Wellington Street, Central Open: daily noon-11pm Tel: +852 2581 9992 Mak Mak Mak Mak is a super vegetarian-friendly Thai restaurant with a wide range of plant-based dishes that can be prepared as vegan on request. It’s an ideal spot for a date night or a dinner with your best friends. Address: Shop 217A, 2/F, Atrium, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central Open: daily noon-3pm; 6pm-11pm Tel: +852 2983 1003 7 Singapore spots with vegan dishes carnivores will love Loyal Dining View this post on Instagram 想品嚐港式嘅素食？來佬餐館嘅蔥油同四川麻辣來佬未來漢堡一定吾可以錯過！咸咸香香嘅蔥油及刺激惹味嘅麻辣醬令全植物製作嘅Beyond Burger未來漢堡扒更香濃！今日Green Monday嚟體驗一吓港式嘅素食新滋味啦！ . Want something vegetarian in Hong Kong-styled? Loyal Dining's Beyond Burger with Scallion Oil and Sichuan Spicy is definitely the must-try! The 'meaty' flavours of plant-based Beyond Meat is enhanced by the saltiness of the scallion oil and spice of Sichuan herbs! Come and experience new green flavours in Hong Kong style for Green Monday today! . #loyaldining #bmacatering #hkfoodie #hongkongfoodie #hongkong #hongkongfood #hkig #hongkongrestaurant #greenmondaymenu #greenmonday #gogreen #vegetarian #vegetariandish #vegetarianmenu #healthyoptions #beyondburger #scallionoil #loyalbeyondburger #5tonnochyroad #wanchai #HelloWanChai #SeeYouinWanChai #來佬餐館 #來佬進駐灣仔 #灣仔見 #綠色星期一 #綠色生活 #未來漢堡 #蔥油 #四川麻辣 #未來漢堡 A post shared by Loyal Dining 來佬餐館 (@loyaldining) on Apr 7, 2019 at 11:00pm PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Thanks to Green Monday, vegans can now enjoy famous local dishes such as claypot rice and fried flat noodles – all thanks to the pork alternative, Omnipork, and clever use of bean curd. Its 100 per cent plant-based food and 100 per cent Hong Kong-style tasty offerings prove a winning combo. Address: G-1/F, 5 Tonnochy Road, Wan Chai Open: daily noon-11pm Tel: +852 3125 3000 Camper’s While it doesn’t have sushi, Camper’s eateries are the place to go to indulge in mouth-watering Japanese curries. They offer lots of omni options, but Camper’s signature dish, a 15 vegetable curry, which you can get either with rice or udon, is the stuff of vegan dreams. Address: Shop 13, G/F, Chung Hing Mansion, 13 Pan Hoi Street, Quarry Bay Open: Monday to Saturday 11.30am-3pm, 6pm-10pm; Sunday 11.30am-3pm, 5.45pm-9.15pm Tel: +852 2668 6613 Address: G/F, 127 Electric Road, Tin Hau Open: Monday to Saturday 11.30am-3pm, 6pm-9.30pm; Sunday 11.30am-3pm, 5.45pm-9.15pm Tel: +852 2889 7377 Ted’s Lookout View this post on Instagram Hope you enjoyed the food as much as we enjoy making!!! . . #tedslookout #bar #lounge #burger #burgers #burgerlovers #burgerkiller #halfburger #loveburgers #hamburger #food #foodie #eat #eating #bite #bun #moonstreet #wanchai #hkig . . Photo credit @ejmaxwell A post shared by TED's Lookout (@tedslookout) on Dec 2, 2017 at 5:06am PST <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> For all you burger lovers out there, make sure to check out Ted’s Lookout – the veggie burger is delicious. PS: you won’t see it on the menu, but it does serve it on request, so remember to ask. On top of the vegetarian patty, you can also add extra toppings: we recommend the juicy portobello mushroom and the pineapple! Address: G/F, Moonful Court, 17A Moon Street, Wan Chai Open: daily noon-11pm Tel: +852 2520 0076 Which McCartney has joined the Green Monday vegan movement? The Optimist When it comes to Spanish food, The Optimist is a clear stand-out. Although most of its meatless dishes are served with cheese, its chefs are more than happy to satisfy vegan taste buds – they offer a lovely selection of plant-based plates. Address: G-2/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai Open: Monday to Thursday and Sunday noon-2.30pm, 6pm-10.30pm; Friday and Saturday noon-2.30pm, 6pm-11pm Tel: +852 2433 3324 Tsui Wah Restaurant View this post on Instagram [HONG KONG ] Moody and Cookie's last picture in Hong Kong had to be a shot of the ubiquitous neon signs that brighten the city at night, giving it such a peculiar vibe. #hongkong #kowloon #travelblogger #streetphotography #urbanphotography #hkig #belgianblogger #frenchblogger #tsuiwah A post shared by Moody & Cookie (@moodyandcookie) on Mar 24, 2019 at 5:51am PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Believe it or not, late-night stalwart Tsui Wah Restaurant, with numerous branches in Hong Kong, is one of the very few cha chaan teng eateries with a meatless menu, courtesy of team Green Monday yet again! The restaurant in Central is open 24/7, so you can enjoy the local classics vegan-style anytime of the day or night. Address: G-2/F, 15-19 Wellington Street, Central Open: 24 hours a day Tel: +852 2525 6338 Shanghai Lane View this post on Instagram #shanghailane #hongkong #hongkongcentral #上海弄堂 #中環 A post shared by Yasushi5123 (@brew_fabrizio) on Oct 4, 2018 at 1:57am PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Shanghai Lane has a large selection of vegan dishes, as well as a huge menu of Shanghainese omni classics. Make sure you try its signature braised wheat gluten with mushroom and black fungus – you won’t regret it. Address: G/F, Kam Fung Commercial Building, 2-4 Tin Lok Lane, Wan Chai Open: daily 11am-11pm Tel: +852 2509 3818 What’s new: vegan restaurant openings, menus and offerings in Hong Kong Pizza Express This won’t surprise anyone, but Pizza Express is a winner for group-based dining. It’s family-friendly, suitable for large parties, there are locations all across Hong Kong (17 and counting), and the menu has lots of vegetarian choices that you can easily veganise. Sadly it does not use vegan cheese at all 22 outlets in the city – only in its outlets in Sai Ying Pun, in Western District, and at Mira Place, in Tsim Sha Tsui. Address: Shop 3, 5-6, G/F, Soho 189, 189 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Western District; Open: Monday to Sunday and public holidays 11.30am; last orders Sunday to Thursday 10pm, Friday, Saturday and public holidays 10.30pm Tel: +852 3164 1301 Address: Shop 213, L2, Mira Place One, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui Open: daily 11am; last orders Sunday to Thursday, 10.30pm, Friday, Saturday and public holidays 11pm Tel: +852 3792 0350 Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter This article originally appeared on Green Queen .