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