Sunday, July 19, 2009

7 Sensations

Having heard much recommendations about 7 Sensations located at Little India and with the incentive of discounts from the Singapore Vegetarian Food Guide, I finally made a trip there with my rather anti-vegetarian sister and her vegetarian friend.
I had wanted to try the Clam Chowder Soup that ilovemyveg recommended but it was not on the menu (guess it is soup of the day) so we tried their Soup of the day: Carrot soup instead.

This is the 1st time I tried carrot soup in western style & a pleasant surprise. It was rich and creamy, and sweet like the pumpkin soup that I love. If they serve it with nice crunchy bread, it could be a fulfilling meal by itself.

The Mango and Avocado salad was also a great appetiser, wish they had more avocado and sauce to go with it.

Then, the Lasagne, very rich and cheesy, nice too but I wonder why they add the sweet sauce (I think the type usually used for the popiah) on top of the lasagne, somehow it spoils a bit of the taste.
It is a vegetarian fusion restaurant that serves Asian delights as well. We decided to try their Korean Hot Pot Brown Rice. It is a nice big pot with good portion of vegetables and mock meat shreds. The soft brown rice, reminded me of the tasty Taiwanese brown rice of the short grain type tried during my trip to Taiwan earlier in the year. The light sichuan vege soup that comes with it tasted refreshing.
The portion of the main courses at 7 Sensations are rather hugh and filling, so the recommendation is to order 2 main dishes for a company of 3 so that you may have some room for their tempting cakes as dessert. It is also a cosy place for gathering with friends and family. I am glad that my sis who usually has higher expectations on vegetarian meals commented that she will return for future meals with her non-vegetarian friends. :-)

The restaurant used to be located at 16 Madras street, Now at 9 Raffles Boulevard, #P3-07 (3rd Floor) Parco.

Millenia Walk, S. 039596, Tel: 6298.8198, Fax: 6336.3194


Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Haven't been there yet, the time that I went, it was off business hours.

But have tasted their food somewhere. Yummy!

Cheers :)

Sunny said...

:-) Thanks to the Vegetarian Food Guide, Great to know new places especially exploring Little India which I am rather unfamilar with.
It is beneficial not only to tourists but locals too. :-)

Laura Ng said...

Hi Sunn, where can I get this Vegetarian Food Guide? Also, any idea of the 7sensation operating hours? :-)


Sunny said...

Hi Laura,
Best way is to get it by registering as Vegetarian society member.
Discount voucher for vegetarian restaurants make it really worthwhile.:-)
I think opening hours for 7 Sensations is around 11am to 10pm.
Better call to confirm bf you go, & make reservations on weekends.