Saturday, July 5, 2008

Lao Di Fang Vegetarian 老地方素食 (Chinatown Complex Hawker Centre)

Great news! Discovered a few more new vegetarian stalls at the newly reopened renovated Chinatown Complex Hawker Centre. And one of it is Lao Di Fang Vegetarian at economical price.

I tried its Black-Pepper Fried Udon ($3.50) & Egg-Plants ($4.80) which I find quite value for money. It is a good alternative if you want to taste the Lao Di Fang's delicacies as they seem to have a variety of them. However, for their famous Spicy noodles, I would still prefer the version at their restaurant at #01-38, Apollo centre.

The stall is located at #02-158. From Escalator facing the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, keep to your left and go straight once you are up the escalator and turn left after the corner hand-made soy-drink stall. You will find it on 1st corner stall on your right.


Anonymous said...

Hi, do you sell hotplate toufu and mango prawn roll too? cheaper price too? I think apollo sell ard $10-12 for the mango prawn roll but forget how much is the hotplate.

Thank you.


Sagipan said...

Cool!! it is finally opened! Is the seller the uncle at Middle road?

Sunny said...

Hi Sagipan & Henry,
Sorry, I do not have the answers to your questions, best that you made a trip down personally to verify.
But I think generally the price seems to be cheaper than the restaurant's.

Cheers :-)

Anonymous said...

i tried the stir fry udon, but in normal sauce cuz i dont want black pepper. nice! but a bit saltish. will request for less salt next time

dreamy said...

Ooo cool!! Lao Di Fang's food is good!

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Look like, can make a trip to Chinatown again for the food :)

Sunny said...

A trip is not enough:P ;-)

Anonymous said...

Hi, how much is the spicy noodles?


Sunny said...

From the stall, I think the spicy noodles is abt $3.50-$4 while at the restaurant, excluding service charge and any tax, the menu price is $5.50.

Btw, the restaurant at Apollo centre is going to close after 26Oct08 & reopen on 11 Nov08 at
Hotel Royal @ Queens,
1 Queen Street #02-03
(Near Spore Arts Museum/Opp Bras Basah Complex).