Sunday, September 6, 2015
They have a good variety of Stir-fry dishes, looks good to go with friends to try.
Wanted to try something dry and spicy on day of visit, and Mee Goreng is natural choice. Overall taste is satisfactory.
Chilli lovers, their Belacan chilli is real shiok!!!
Friday, September 4, 2015
Tasty & QQ rice , love brown rice fried verus Just cooked. :-) Am glad fried brown rice is getting popular in Singapore too, though the long grain type is used versus the short grain type in Taiwan, it also tasted good!
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Now moved to 2nd floor of Fortune Centre, on right of escalator, Xiu Yuan seems to be doing fine compared to the previous tenants of bakery. It has a variety of dishes that caters to the mass. We tried their Purple Yam (Huai Shan) Soup Noodles and Xiao Wan Mian (Dry Mee Pok with still boiling steamboat bowl of soup found commonly in non vegetarian fish ball noodles stall). They blended the Purple Yam into the soup , making it into a creamy soup like creamy mushroom soup which I do enjoy.
The Dry Mee Pok was well-made and the soup came with good portion of vegetables.
Likely will return to try more dishes. :-)
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Revisited the area, decided to try its Special of the Day: Nasi Briyani .
Nice curry gravy ! Can try: -)
And the Wok taste of Hor Fun is great! Strongly recommend.: -)
Shan Yuan Friendly Vegetarian Food, at Blk 112 Bt Merah Food Centre, #01-13.
Friday, August 28, 2015
Having heard much about this economical rice stall at the Waterloo Street hawker centre, I finally pull myself away from the air-conditioning Fortune centre and explore into the hawker centre just nearby. Well, it is not too difficult to find the stall with bright red label and located at inner corner unit of the 2nd stretch of stalls. A good variety of vegetables and fried stuff and if Choosing 3 dishes with rice, it just costs $2.50 instead of $2.80 with mee-hoon as stated on label.
Yes, a good cheaper alternative if one wants a reasonable cheap and fast meal versus stalls at Fortune centre ranging generally from $4. :-)
Thursday, August 27, 2015
And reasonable priced which I originally thought would cost above $4.
I watched a few patrons paid for their economical rice while waiting which I believe will cost at least a dollar or two more at other similar vegetarian stalls in food courts. Do Keep it down or stable! :-))
Eight Immortals, Toa Payoh Central level 2 Koufu Food court...
Saturday, August 22, 2015
This is considered a relatively new stall compared to the Ruyi Vegetarian stall that existed for decades at Tiong Bahru market food centre. It also sells white mee hoon with standard mix of ingredients but I always prefer to just have their cabbage and bean curd skin pieces. They have curry dishes and more choices of variety of fried items compared to Ruyi. A good alternative when one wants vegetarian food and put off by the long queue at Ruyi. But over time, I would say they had improved and may be getting their own base of patrons already. :-)