I have always ordered the same thing (as I did when I would go to the actual restaurant). I love their Sweet and Sour Bento Box (which says a lot, because I generally don't like sweet and sour), and their Pan-Fried Dumplings. Unfortunately they do not offer taro soy milk bubble tea in their home delivery (farewell cookie drink), but I did once get this sweet pink drink.
Mmmm.... dumplings! And a vegan takoyaki. I don't recommend the takoyaki, which was like a rubbery faux seafood ball. Unless you like that sort of thing. I don't like faux seafood, so I am obviously coming from a certain angle.
My Dad ordered the Spicy Udon Noodles one time. I didn't try any, as true to their name they were very spicy.
Another order, another sweet and sour bento box. But you often get different side components each time, which is fun.
More delicious dumplings, and some crunchy, salty Taiwanese Fried Chicken.
Dad kept up with the noodle theme, with the Stir-Fried Noodles with Soy Sauce.
And Mum tried the Three Mushrooms Bento Box.
And this one, time, I ordered a Sweet and Sour Bento Box!
The only downside of the home delivery is that by the time the food gets to me, it is generally more lukewarm rather than hot. But it is a handy option to have. They are not 100% vegan, but many things are marked vegan on the menu (some of the things that don't say vegan are still vegan, double check when you order). And, if you still really want an original Kuan Yin experience (complete with cookie drink), you can go and visit their restaurant down on the Gold Coast as well.
Cute Kitty Photo of the Post
Dim Sim spends quite a lot of time on my lap now that it is always free for her to use.