Friday, January 23, 2009

Eight Immortals (Great World City Food Junction)

It seems that if you do not know what to order, just order the most common, e.g. Hor Fun. Back to basics and sometimes you get surprises. They put in fried Toupok instead of beancurb, and the mock roasted pork-like item which is actually known as vegetarian duck slices was quite tasty. I saw something similar to vegetarian duck slices at the vegetarian product stall that I frequent. If it is the same product or is nice, I will introduce soon in my other blog. :P

It is located at Food Junction at Great World City Basement 1, corner stall besides Mr Prata.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Zhen Vegetarian, Maxwell Road Food Centre

This stall is located on the left (#7) of the lane where the drink stall: Cool Station is facing. It sells mixed rice with 3 dishes at $2.50 as well as Laksa, Lor Mee, Dry noodles at $2.50 while Hor Fun etc at $3. A good alternative for those who are lazy to cross the road to Chinatown.
I tried the Lor Mee today. The gravy was rather thick, but not sizzling hot enough. It came with fried goose pieces and its dumplings were handmade, with soft beancurb as its fillings.

7, Maxwell Road Food Centre, left lane where drink stall: Cool Station is facing.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Nature Vegetarian (Sin Ming Ave)

Vegetarian Chicken Rice, fried vegetarian chicken drumstick with Azha, cucumber and tomato slices as side dishes. The rice tasted okay but flavour abit "disturbed" with too much dark soya sauce over it. I thought only white rice needed the dark sauce for roast pork.:P The drumstick was those common beancurb skin often seen. The chilli sauce, Must try!!! Fantastic! So far, the best replica of the chicken rice chilli with ginger taste tried. :-)

炸酱面(Zha Jiang Mian), one of the Special Menu of the day at their stall selling Ngian Toufu. I quite like their noodles, always well-cooked. This time, using the flat noodles, it was covered with mock meat cubes and gravy. Taste-wise okay lah, btw, I had long forgotten how the original meat version tasted liked so can't really compare it to the original version. :P

The coffee shop is located at 409 Sin Ming Ave, #02-01 (Opp Bright Hill temple)
Opening hrs: 7am to 9.30pm

Tuesday, January 6, 2009


Visited the eatery place again, had wanted to try their fried prawn dumplings but it was not available. Ordered their Vegetarian Minced Meat Noodles this round, the well-done noodles came with quite a big portion of ingredients. They are currently having a promotion on hot drinks: tea, coffee, milo at only $0.50 in small traditional cups.

For those who missed the canned tomato sauce sardine, Strongly recommend their Sardine curry puff (different from Malay version of sardine puff) which the fillings and gravy is very replicate of the canned sardine, and you will ask the question: "Is this really vegetarian?" after a bite.

The shop (a bus-stop is in-front of it) is located along a stretch of shophouses (besides the pte apt: The Cassandra, Opposite Currency House) on 124 Pasir Panjang Road, S(118545).Operating hours: Mon to Sat 6.30am to 3pm; 5pm to 9pm. (Closed on Sun & Public Holidays)Tel: 64747 203

Saturday, January 3, 2009

NutriHub the organic fusion cafe

NutriHub is located at #B2-25/26 of Cuppage Plaza, just behind Orchard Point OG.
Their Sandwich


The Salad/Fruity? Sushi seems to be getting popular in fusion cafes, a very healthy dish. My friends liked their Ramen and the sandwich is nice too, worth trying even for non-bread lover.
It can be a good place to catch up with friends over healthy meal.
Generally, the opening hours are 10am to 7pm and Sunday to 4pm. Tel: 67382746

Thursday, January 1, 2009

素满园 (Suntec City Fountain Food Terrace)

Was really glad to find the vegetarian stall serving morning breakfast before 8am and at a discounted price of $2.20 in the morning ($2.80 for lunch) for their mixed dishes with fried meehoon or mee. I like their fried Kway Teow and by ordering with their stewed beancurb dishes and requesting for more gravy, it became a version like Cantonese Hor Fun at much cheaper price. :P Their economical promotion (considering in Foodcourt) certainly attracts customers.

After having a couple of lunch & dinner meals on rice for a noodles lover, on final day of retreat, feeling hungry, I finally sneaked out during break to have noodles and retried the stall's Spicy Sour Veg. Noodles. After days of non-spicy food, it could be that my taste bugs was being neutralised as the noodles tasted real spicy this round and good:-) which provided me with good energy to continue the next retreat session:-)

The vegetarian stall is located near the food court entrance near Pasta Mania.