Friday, December 16, 2011

Miao Yin Vegetarian

Sad ! Ceased Operation...

Malay Food: Mee Rebus & Satay! Authentic gravy, not too starchy, love green chilli slices in Mee Rebus gravy. Had always thought Mee Rebus was quite vegetarian-friendly until I read from a recipe that non-vegetarian Mee Rebus may contain beef good to have a hearty meal of mee rebus without worries.:-) 
The satay of mock meat served warm does have some fatty resemblance:P The satay sauce quite nice but as warned by my physician to avoid peanuts which I forgot was part of ingredients of a good gravy when I ordered, I daren't take much...

Address: Blk 1, Rocher Rd, #01-506 Kopitiam (Rocher centre corner coffeeshop, 2 doors away from the vegetarian cake house, opp Bugis OG, near the famous Simaru Guan Yin Temple)

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Ci Hang Western & Chinese Vegetarian Fast Food

Long time since I tried Western food and I do not like mock meat which usually taste very mock.
However, the picture at Cihang looked attractive that made me ordered their Vegetarian Chicken Cutlet ($9). It is expensive among its other dishes but certainly worth it! It came with its famous Mash Potato that is popular with its patrons. The vegetarian chicken was made of bean products but was well-marinated and well-fried that it does have a close resemblance of chicken chop and went well with the mushroom gravy over it. Worth trying! :-)

It is located at 72 Lorong 25-A Geylang, at stretch of shophouses besides Aljunied MRT.
Tel: 6747 1229. Operates from 10am-9.30pm with last order at 9pm. Closed on Fridays.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Eastern Highland Healthy Cake House (Rocher Centre)

New Pastry by the bakery: Strudel.
I love the layered crispiness texture and authentic Durian cream filling inside, at only $1.50, it is certainly Fantastic! They also have Apple and Blueberry Strudels at $1.20, but for those who can accept Durian, their Durian Strudel is certainly preferred and recommended.:-)

The cake shop is located at 1 Rocher Rd, #01-510 Rocher Centre (Opposite Bugis OG) Tel: 6294 6932
It has moved to be neighbors with Kwan Inn Vegetarian Food, at Blk 134, Geylang East Ave1, #01-227, S'pore 381034.
 Tel: 67475580.

一心素食 Yi Xin Vegetarian, Chinatown

This colorful dish is on Yi Xin Vegetarian's top Chef Recommendation dishes: Jiang Bao Toufu which can literally translate as Sauce Explosion Bean curd. And indeed it is a dish that suits its name.
 :-) The sauce/gravy is very flavourful, very appetising to go with rice and yet not too saltish. It was served in a steaming hot claypot with silky smooth white tofu with minced mock meat, and generous portion of mushrooms. Very worth the price at $10. 

Another popular dish is their stir-fry Putai that is usually available among their daily economical rice dishes. Stir-fried with spicy potato cubes and mock meat, they really do it well. For those who like spiciness and had not tried Putai before, this is a good place to start with as they covered the pungent taste of Putai well with the spiciness. :-)
Located at a coffeeshop at 39 Temple Street, 一心素食 is just near centre of street opp Lucky Chinatown, beside stretch where the corner has many nice stone carving statues. Opening hours: 8am to 10pm Daily.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Dining Hall of Buddha Tooth Relics Temple

Revisited the Dining Hall of Buddha Tooth Relics Temple, besides some economical rice dishes, they now have Daily Special and today's (Sunday) special is Mee Siam.
AND guess what! HK style skin rice-roll (Dimsum Changfen which used to be my favourite) with mushroom, crunchy caipo/meicai bits? Nice! How I miss these Dimsum Changfen which are rare to find in vegetarian style and only at $2...

素满园 (Kopitiam at Plaza Singapura)

Going to Plaza Singapura to run some errands so natural choice there is the Su Man Yuan Vegetarian located at their Kopitiam Foodcourt. Glad that they serve Lor Mee during lunch hours, and right choice, their starchy gluey yet soupy Kwai Chap style of Lor gravy served hot and appetising with the vinegar was perfect for a cold day.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Lin Lin Vegetarian Delights

At the street across the Bedok Public Library, there exist a Vegetarian stall, Lin Lin Vegetarian Delights in the coffeeshop of Blk 412 Bedok North Ave 2. This stall was strongly recommended by P who lived in the East.

The stall specialises in Stir-fry dishes and its speed in serving is no slower than Rulaizhai at Sin Ming.
The vegetarian Sweet & Sour Pork was sweet with well-fried flour coating but I could not make up what's the ingredients inside. The Claypot Brinjal was spicy & appetising. The stir-fry Luohanzhai was well-done and saw the purple vege? At 1st I thought was brinjal but was surprised when P told me it is purple cabbage. Very crunchy and a plus point to the dish, I didn't know that it could be cooked in such a way other than as a salad vege. Their Wolfberry Soup is highly recommended, very refreshing taste, strongly recommend!
P mentioned that their Hor-fun and Hokkien mee are nice too and the place is crowded during vegetarian days, lunar 1st & 15th of the month.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Love No Limits

Sad ! Ceased Operation...

A new vegetarian Fusion Food entry at Fortune Centre introduced by Prefer Vegetarian blog.
Excited to give it a try especially on the Spaghetti recommended~ The American Veggie Bolognese.
Though it may be interesting concept to put the dish on those metal plate but the presentation could be much appetising if placed in Japanese bento set instead. Anyway, back to the dish, the spaghetti was well-cooked with generous tomato gravy which was sour enough to make the dish appetising. Portion wise still ok for me and unique to have 2 Chinese dishes - the stewed carrot tomato pieces and boiled green vege caixin. I wished instead for more of the simple shreds of salad which had a great mayonnaise alike dressing to go with.
Right now they are having a promotion that if you become their members at a price of S$10, they will give you 2 free pizza for redemption anytime and enjoy a discount of 40-70%  on their dishes. So,now one only needs to pay $4.40 (instead of $8) for the American Veggie Bolognese and get to enjoy their American Herbal Pizza ($12) for free!
It is pizza with thin crust with strong unique herbal taste which may not be acceptable to some but still worth a try with the crispy crust.
There are also Vietnamese Mee hoon, Malaysia Rojak & Satay Mee Hoon and other Asia delights on the menu, will likely return to try. :P

The eatery is located at #01-06 of Fortune center just next to Gokul.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

IMM Kopitiam Vegetarian Food

Visited IMM recently and at the 2nd level Kopitiam Foodcourt, there is this vegetarian food stall. Tried their Claypot beancurd with brown rice. Instead of serving in claypot, it was served in minipot with mini fire which I am glad as I like sizzling warm food. It was a good size of vege, mushroom with silky beancurd and the gravy was just nice, not saltish and great to eat with the slightly dry brown rice. A friend who frequents the stall too complimented its economical rice dishes served with soup during lunch. Good to know out about the presence of another vegetarian stall.:-)

Monday, October 31, 2011


Located at Golden Mile Food Centre (505 Beach Road) level 2, near centre at level 1, glad to find vegetarian food at this famous food centre with many good food. Jiaxiang has so far the most authentic Fried Hokkien Mee that I had tried so far, the stock gravy and the just well stir-fried noodles and nice chilli that goes with it makes it a complimentary dish.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011


Recalling their soupy noodles looked good during last visit, we ordered the recommended Mee Hun Kuay & Red Yeast Mee Sua.
C liked the plainer soup Mee Hun Kuay which unlike conventional Mee Hun Kuay is thicker in texture while taste and color I suspect maybe using brown rice.
However, I prefer their Mee Sua which is smooth like thin noodles with generous portion of black fungus, white mushroom, small corn slice and green vegetables. :-)

They have good variety of vegetarian supplies too.
Located at Fu Lu Shou building #02-08, at a corner amidst the crystal shops.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Yuan Wei Quan Vegetarian (YWQ)

Most of the time when I am at Toa Payoh Central, I will tend to visit the vegetarian stall at Gourmet Paradise. Like its variety and Daily menu :-)

Menu of day recently visited was Prawn noodles, something I had not tried before from the stall. It is defaulted Soup noodles with a beautiful variety mock products. Sweet soup with crunchy Kang Kong , beancurd and even mock fried onion slices and love their generous red chilli slices that added a pinch of spiciness to the soup.:-)

The food court is located at B1 of HDB Hub. You can either enter thru basement car park entrance or from entrance besides McDonald from Bus interchange. It is located at a corner nearer to basement car park entrance.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Rice House 粥大王

Long long time since to Rice House, they have slight improvement in technology instead of traditional cashier system, but most importantly, variety of dishes increased too.
Wanting to have something hot, decided to try their Herbal Monkey-head Mushroom Vermicelli (Mee sua). The soup tasted much like the Vegetarian Pork Ribs soup, the monkey-head mushroom was well-marinated and tasted close to the texture I was looking for, pity only a few small pieces. Other ingredients included Taupok, button mushroom & wolfberries. Overall, a nice dish on a rainy day.

They are located at Blk 129 Geylang East ave 1, beside Foo Hai Chan Monastery & Opposite Sims Ville Condo. May alight at 2nd bus stop from Aljunied MRT & walk further up & turn left to Monastery direction.
Tel: 6747 3739

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Gokul (Fortune Centre)

Gokul had opened at Fortune Centre #01 and I can't recall if the original outlet at Little India also serves pure vegetarian without onion, garlic, leeks etc or it is only this outlet to attract the greater population of Chinese Buddhist patrons who visit the famous Chinese temple in the area. ButI really like the idea of trying Indian food without the aftertaste of onions.:-)

Had originally wanted to try the naan which I had previously overheard was nice but they had ran out of naan on the day I visit with my Indian food expert, M.
We ordered Paper dosa ( top pict) which was my 1st attempt and according to M was to be crispy but it was abit soft when served to us. Tasted abit like crepe to me and the sauces to dip with was non spicy and I could only remember the last pale green sauce was peppermint and to me the 3 sauces are just passable.

We preferred the gravy of the Paneer tikka masala (mid pict) which we used it to dip instead. I really missed paneer & masala ever since my last India trip more than 1 year ago!
The gravy is tasty but the paneer tasted more like beancurd instead of the paneer which I recall should be of more chewy & cheesy taste.

Next was Sardine Murtabha which was also my 1st attempt on Murtabha as non vegetarian version usually comes with meat & onions which I avoid...
I had always thought Murtabha was something like the thicker version of egg prata with filling and I was abit disappointed with the size when it came. Its sardine filling was more like curry flavoured cabbages and the Murtabha softened with the heat of the ingredients tasted like softened popiah skin, a great variation from my imagination.
Not in picture but saved the day was their Lime Lassi, the sweet yoghurt drink which I grew to love:-) Their Masala tea was complimented by my friend as well.

I think I will return to try their naan and some other more spicy dishes and other lassi drinks. :-)
But I guess I have to increase my exercise time too to burn all the calories...:P

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Long Ji Soya Bean Drink Stall

Known as Black White, I have grown to love this combination of Chin Chow & Soya Bean Drink which the two drinks are usually sold together in traditionally Soya Bean drink stalls.
Somehow, the adding of Chin Chow further enhanced the smoothness and taste of the soya bean drink, making it a even more adorable drink than drinking them separately.
And I think Long Ji really make a good drink out of it (I love their warm version) which is seeing more patrons ordering Black White. Do Try it! :-)

Located at 2nd level food centre, Far right Corner from direction of escalator of Tiong Bahru Market (30 Seng Poh Road), about 2 bus-stop away from Tiong Bahru MRT. Bus: 5, 16, 33, 63, 195, 851

Fo Lai Ping (Popular) Vegetarian

Decided to try something healthier, I was glad to find Pumpkin Porridge at Fo Lai Ping. Big bowl of nice brown rice porridge with sweet pumpkin pieces at $2.50 ~ tasty & yet healthy, kept warm from the slow-cooker. You could add their economical rice dishes at $1 to go with the porridge. Simple & yet enjoyable. :-)

It is quite easily accessible, being located near the lift lobby of Blk107, Lor 1 Toa Payoh, #01-264 (same stretch as POSB & McDonald), HDB flat from Exit A of Braddell MRT.
They are usually opened to around 10pm but closed on most Sundays so do make a call at 63580107 to check to avoid disappointment.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Bishan Vegetarian

Visited Bishan Vegetarian again & found their Ala Carte dishes reduced back to their 3 main stars: the Lor mee, Curry noodles and Dry noodles.
One attraction back to the stall is the auntie is willing to let me exchange the accompanying gluten mock meat with their economical rice dishes with a smile and at no extra cost.
So, I managed to enjoy a bowl of unique Dry noodles of my style. With the changes in the ingredients, its rating as a delicious bowl of noodles is certainly much enhanced. :-)

Located just above the food centre above the Bus Interchange, Up from the colorful stairs near the traffic light, you can see it just beside a fishball noodles stall.

Nature Vegetarian (Sin Ming Ave)

The once vegetarian coffee-shop had changed owner and it is no longer a full pledged vegetarian eatery. Now, Nature Vegetarian still retains a stall which is the vegetarian economical rice stall. It had just reopened on my day of visit, apart from the economical rice dishes, it also offers simple stir-fry dishes like Fried Rice, Hor-Fun and Lamian.
I decided to try if it is the same Lamian from their old Ngian Tofu stall which is gone & which I will miss terribly. Served in a Jap theme bowl, it has reasonable portion of ingredients as shown in picture but the taste seems to differ. I sure miss the old stall's daily menu as well.

The coffee shop is located at 409 Sin Ming Ave, #02-01 (Opp Bright Hill temple)

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

素食林 (Su Shi Lin) Happy Realm

In a recent visit to 素食林 Happy Realm, I finally found one of the better filling vegetarian dumplings in Singapore!

To me, a good Dumpling must be of good size filling and with use of water chestnut to increase the crunchiness. Yummy!!! Their Vinegar Dumplings being cooked in vinegar gravy saves one the trouble to request for a plate of vinegar for dipping.
A recommended try for your next visit. :-)

A traditional vegetarian restaurant, located at:
100 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-16 Pearls Centre, Spore 059812
(The building near Outram MRT) Tel: 6222 6141

Vege Sense

Ceased Operation :-(

Reopens on 2nd level of Fortune Centre with a Brighter setting :-)

This cafe at Fortune Centre had opened for quite some time with main theme on western fast food. There is a variety of sandwiches, burgers and western style own cooked mushroom and pumpkin soup. Tried their mushroom soup recently, quite reasonably priced at $3 which came steaming hot with good portion of mushroom variety.
They recommended their Portobello mushroom burger at $3.90 with marinated black pepper sauced mushroom was hot & I thought I could get a sore throat from eating it.
I think they have the non spicy version as well. Recommend their own brewed Lemongrass ginger tea to make it a complete set.

Vege Sense is reopened at Level 2 of Fortune Centre.
It used to be located at #01, diagonally opposite Xing Hua Vegetarian at Fortune Centre.

ZiFuLing Vegetarian Stall

Passing by Geylang Lorong 25A on way to the Singapore Buddhist Federation ( one street away at Lor 24A) for a retreat, I was initially attracted by the name of the corner coffee shop: LaoDiFang in Chinese. Was glad to find breakfast at this vegetarian stall: ZiFuLing Vegetarian which just opened in Jul 2011 and operating 24hours!

Although currently selling mainly more local delights like Wanton noodles and hand-made Popiah, the lady boss proudly proclaims her plans to introduce more western cuisine like monkey-head mushroom burgers and baked potato wedges when the business stabilises.

Their morning breakfast includes simple fried Meehoon and fried mock meat stuff that she proudly claims is not oily at all. Well, the white meehoon is certainly light and good for those on diet. Just nice for a light breakfast but slightly more portion will be better for big-eaters like me.:P

I think the stall's theme is to discourage overeating as their hand-made popiah ($1.30) was healthily slim too compared to conventional. The vegetables included crunchy cucumber slices and sesame seeds and the sauce is slightly different more to the light rojak taste. The lady boss proudly proclaims the popiah and her well marinated fried stuff are favourites for non-vegetarian nite patrons.

Good to know another new vegetarian stall & 24 hours! :-)

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Lovingwell Vegetarian

Was dinner time at aljunied mrt area, so decided to have dinner there.
Heard about the new opening of vege stall, Lovingwell Vegetarian, at the new corner coffee-shop near the main road and decided to visit it.
They sell the usual stirfry dishes like Hor Fun, Mee Goreng etc as well as rice sets.
The vendor recommended their vegetarian fish soup meehoon which I readily agreed to try.
It took a while to be served as they took time to cook every order with love...
My friends complimented their stir-fry Mixed Vege Meehoon were cooked with standard and with the wok-hei taste. My soup mee hoon too was the non-milk & wok stir-fry type. The big pieces of beancurd skin fish were well-fried with good portion of tomato slices and vegetables.
Overall, a good bowl of vegetarian fish soup too!

The stall is located at Lor 25A Geylang, corner coffee-shop near main road, 1st stretch of shop-houses from Aljunied MRT.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Miao Yin Vegetarian

Sad ! Ceased Operation...

A visit to Bugis on the lunar 1st of the month, one of the Vegetarian days for most people who make it a point to go vegetarian on the New Moon Day.
It is generally long queue at most vegetarian stalls on that day and Miao Yin is no exception.
The best and quickest dish to order on such busy days other than the economical rices would be Hor Fun.
It is a good choice made as their Hor Fun is instantly prepared upon ordering, hence is hot when served unlike some stalls which had prepared in advance and just pour the gravy over to serve to customers on such busy days.
In addition, we were impressed by the generosity of the ingredients, vast quantity of caixin, cabbage, carrot and mushroom slices and at least 2 types of mock meat that i recall.
Look and taste equally appetising! We were certainly impressed that Quality and Quantity is there on that day which we had already mentally prepared a drop in our requirements on the busy days. :-)

Address: Blk 1, Rocher Rd, #01-506 Kopitiam (Rocher centre corner coffeeshop, 2 doors away from the vegetarian cake house, opp Bugis OG, near the famous Simaru Guan Yin Temple)

Sunday, June 26, 2011

一心素食, Chinatown

A visit again to my favourite Soup Noodle stall at Yi Xin Vegetarian at Chinatown.

This round tried their Vegetarian Pork Ribs Soup with Lamian (my favourite Bai-yu noodles alike).

Strong Herbal soup taste with a good bowl of ingredients of mushrooms, red-dates, wolfberries, mock mutton, corn , taupok and lettuce. Good choice for a cold weather.

Located at a coffeeshop at 39 Temple Street, 一心素食 is just near centre of street opp Lucky Chinatown, beside stretch where the corner has many nice stone carving statues. Opening hours: 8am to 10pm Daily.

Monday, June 20, 2011

素满园 (Kopitiam at Plaza Singapura)

Located at the Kopitiam Food court at Plaza Singapura, this is another outlet of Su Man Yuan.
Looking for something soupy to warm the stomach, decided to try their Vegetarian Fish Soup Mee Hoon. Soup and Mee Hoon taste okay, the few mock fish pieces with seaweed were quite well marinated & fried that has the coarse texture of the actual fried pieces.
The accompanying fried beancurd pieces were quite smooth & soft, the right texture that I liked. :-)

Oh, saw the well -coated fried fish fillet alike side dish and decided to try, it was actually beancurd skin coated with bread/biscuit crumbs. Quite nice if it had been eaten while hot.:-)

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Healthy Vegetarian

This is what I had tried at the Food & Fun Fair on 29th May held besides the Eunos MRT.
The Vegetarian food fair was an opportunity for old/new vegetarian vendors to introduce themselves to the public. One such vendor was Healthy Vegetarian Hand-made Mee Hoon Kuey & Rojak (printed on a name-card) which I presume their name is Healthy Vegetarian and Hand-made Mee Hoon Kuey & Rojak are their specialties.
They were promoting their prepacked Dry Hand-made noodles at the fair and this is something different as usually hand-made noodles are cooked and served in soup noodles style.
M had always liked hand-made noodles but prefers it to be cooked in dry noodles style so this is a stall that I would certainly recommend to her.
Although pre-packed, the noodles and the accompanying soup were still warm when I had them. The noodles were quite well mixed in dark sauce to give it a flavour and still Q when I had them. The soup came with some seaweed and vegetables and fried beancurb skin.
Overall quite a nice dish but I wonder if it is because it is a charity fair that it is charging $5 or it is really priced as much at their own stall...

Their stall address reflected on their namecard:
166 Jalan Besar, #02-35 Berseh Food Centre, S'pore 208877 (beside New World Ctr)
Opening hours: 11am-8pm, Closed on Saturdays

Monday, May 23, 2011

New Fut Kai Vegetarian Restaurant

This is really a difficult place to find for one unfamilar with the area, it is in fact near neither the Lavender MRT & Farrer Park Mrt that one can see on the map if you are thinking of travelling by mrt. We had a hard time searching for the place.
The Icon is it is located at the shophouse just beside Cityhub hotel. So, after knowing this green modern building is Cityhub hotel, and for those who frequent the nearby Foochow building for cultural or religious events, or the Jalan Besar Swimming Complex which is diagonally behind, hopefully all these Icons can aid more people to find the place.

Well, what made me go through all the trouble to want to find the New Fut Kai Vegetarian Restaurant are the 2 dishes at the centre, the Steamed Vegetarian Cod Fish and Herbal Chicken that I had tried at a catered vegetarian dinner by the restaurant.

The flavour of the Steamed Vegetarian Cod Fish was very much like the Teochew style steamed fish method with slices of tomato, mushroom, pickled vegetables, carrots, lettuce and the coriander leaves (Chinese parsley) that greatly enhanced the flavour of the dish. The steamed cod fish texture was of the compressed soft beancurd skin type and the dish was so well cooked that made one really felt like one is tasting the authentic Teochew dish.

The Herbal Chicken, a common dish now easily available even in food court was a dish that I greatly missed, not for its meat but for its herbal gravy/soup and accompanying ingredients.
I was rejoiced to finally find this vegetarian style which was also authentically cooked too.
Strong herbal aroma arises as soon as the aluminium foiled dish unfolds. The well-stewed mushroom, carrot, walnuts and especially the crunchy water chestnut became the main stars and won praises by all and the dish was quickly finished within minutes. :P
This dish is not available at the restaurant daily and has to be pre-ordered if you really want to try it. It is available only at 1 size and cost $25 each if I had not recalled wrongly.

OK, back to the restaurant, it is a small shop with traditional setting and one is welcomed by their appetizers, the Chinese pickles - A-zhar and crispy fried seaweed stripes. We tried their Cream Corn soup with Spinach. It is an unique combination and served with pieces of nourishing Baihe. The others would had liked it to be more creamy as the name had reflected on the menu but I am okay with the texture.

Next, the Stir-fry Vegetarian Delight in Pumpkin and Tapioca Ring is recommended for those who like pumpkin. Instead of the traditional Yam ring of Chinese dishes, this is the enhanced flavour with fragrances and flavour of pumpkin.

Then another of my favourite dish, Deep fried Vegetarian Prawn with Crispy Cereal, the well fried cereal, curry leaves and I wonder how they marinated the vegetarian prawn to make it taste so much like the real... :P

Actually, I was also amazed how they maintain the "freshness" of the vegetables, such as the Stir-fry Vegetarian Abalone with Broccoli at a catered dinner. Well, this is really a caterer that I will seriously consider and recommend if there are any Vegetarian events.

I would think New Fut Kai is really a good venue for just turned vegetarian who used to enjoy non-vegetarian cuisines to visit to remind themselves that it is the cooking style and not the meat that they used to like and also a place that non-vegetarians can try to accept vegetarian cuisines.

Located at 282 Jalan Besar , Spore 208945
(Diagonally left front stretch of shop houses from Jalan Besar Swimming Complex, next to Cityhub Hotel.)
Buses stopping just in front of Cityhub Hotel: SBS 23,64,65,66,130,139,147, SMRT 67,857
Opening hours: 10am-2.45pm; 5pm-9.30pm
Tel: 6398 0836

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Bishan Vegetarian

Was a hot day that I didn't feel like having a heavy meal, decided to have a quick snack at Bishan Vegetarian instead.

Realised that they had increased their menu to include Vegetarian Hor Fun, Bitter Gourd Fish soup, etc. but still decided to have something light, their "Shui Kway" became my choice.

It is difficult to find this traditional snack to be pure vegetarian as the toppings of carrot pickles is usually stir-fried with pork lard/onion oil if purchased from non vegetarian vendors. Hence, I had not had this dish for a long time. Well, the toppings turned out to be oily which I can happily taste without a sense of guilt/hate the aftertaste of onion and the pickles quite crunchy with the white rice cake flavour enhanced with dipping of their chilli sauce. An nice light meal that I will return again for.

Located just above the food centre above the Bus Interchange, Up from the colorful stairs near the traffic light, you can see it just beside a fishball noodles stall.

Fo Lai Ping (Popular) Vegetarian

Revisited Fo Lai Ping for its vegetarian Sweet & Sour Pork but this round, the cooking style differs slightly from previous trial though both presentation looked similar from picture.

The previous visit's tasted more like fatty version of "Gu Lu York" while this round's trial varies abit to be dryer exterior & tasted more to another version of sweet & sour pork ribs? One can taste that the filling inside is different too and is more likely a type of mushrooms being used. But taste as superb! The culinary skill is as good. Will definitely return for this Sweet & Sour dish again.

We also ordered Claypot beancurb which contains a good portion of braised beancurb, vegetables, black fungus and button & straw mushrooms. Value for money but perhaps I was too overwhelmed by their Sweet & Sour dish that I did not pay enough attention to the claypot dish.
This is certainly a value for money vegetarian outlet for quality & quantity. :-)

It is quite easily accessible, being located near the lift lobby of Blk107, Lor 1 Toa Payoh, #01-264 (same stretch as POSB & McDonald), HDB flat from Exit A of Braddell MRT. They are usually opened to around 10pm but closed on most Sundays so do make a call at 63580107 to check to avoid disappointment.