For a starter we shared some Steamed Bean Curd Rolls ($5), which were lovely. The yuba was wrapped around a great mushroom filling.
The Singapore Noodles ($11.90) were my dad's pick. They were tasty, though a little dry. It does contain vegan prawns, which I really don't like, but Dad was happy to eat all of them for me!
Mum picked the Duck in Plum Sauce ($14.90). Sometimes I find vegan duck to be too fatty, and while this was certainly on the fatty side it wasn't overwhelmingly so. The sauce was sweet but tangy, and it was served over greens.
I picked the Tofu and Eggplant Hot Pot with Special Sauce ($16.90), because I cannot say no to tofu and eggplant hotpots ever. This was my favourite of the three dishes. The eggplant was perfect! I am not sure what was in the special sauce, but it was a little sweet.
I was really happy with Pu Kwong, it is greatly improved since the old management! I look forward to eating there again. The restaurant itself is not fancy, but is cheerful and clean. And the service was good. I'll be back!
Pu Kwong Vegetarian Restaurant - 2796 Logan Road, Underwood, Queensland - 07 3841 8999
Another bonus birthday edition photo! This year my mum made me a vegan cake! She veganised a recipe I used to love when I was younger, which is a Mississippi Mud Cake recipe from an old Australian Women's Weekly Cakes and Slices cookbook. This is a serious mud cake, it is so dense and fudgey without being too sweet. It was lovely to have a birthday cake. :)
Cute Kitty Photo of the Post
Close-up of Sahara's face!