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Happy Family Chinese Vegetarian Restaurant, Costa Mesa, CA » wandering tummie

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May 15

Happy Family Chinese Vegetarian Restaurant, Costa Mesa, CA

I’ve been to Happy Family Chinese Vegetarian Restaurant in Rowland Heights before, but didn’t know they had another location in Costa Mesa, thanks to my dad who found it online. So we took my vegetarian mom here for Mother’s Day dinner. 🙂

You’d think vegetarian food is boring – tofu this, tofu that. But that’s not the case here at Happy Family. You get the authentic Chinese food taste just as you would at a normal restaurant, minus the meat. 😛 They have all your favorite stir fried dishes, noodle and wonton soup, “chicken” and “beef” and “seafood” dishes made of mainly soy. Sure, a lot of those dishes have tofu, but each has a different name and flavor so you won’t think that you’re just eating plain tofu or soy.
Happy Family Costa Mesa CA, soy beef, mongolian beef, vegetarian mongolian beef, vegetarian food, chinese vegetarian, vegetarian restaurant, chinese food, chinese restaurant, mandarin food, mandarin restaurant, soy beefWe had a Mongolian beef dish, which was pieces of soy stir fried with various spicy herbs. Super yummy.
Happy Family Costa Mesa CA, soy chicken, kung pao chicken, vegetarian kung pao chicken, vegetarian chicken, kung pao soy, kung pao mushroom, chicken mushroom, vegetarian food, chinese vegetarian, vegetarian restaurant, chinese food, chinese restaurant, mandarin food, mandarin restaurantYou can’t go to a Chinese restaurant and not order something kung pao, so we opted for this delicious kung pao chicken with mushroom. It was battered soy deep fried and stirred with mushroom in kung pao flavor. Seriously, it tastes just like chicken.

The restaurant has a rather quiet atmosphere which is great. Friendly service.

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