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Respond to Review of Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant and Cafe
by Peace ...

Review: An Indian Vegetarian Restaurant hidden in Little India - Upper Dickson Road (a side road from Serangoon Road) very near to Komala's Restaurant along the same stretch. The first piece of good news is that this eatery does not use any onion or garlic, so it is suitable for strict Buddhist Vegetarians or Vegetarian who do not eat onion or garlic. The second piece of good news is that if you are not a big fan of Indian Vegetarian Cuisine (South or North), the extensive menu offers Asian, Chinese Dishes, Local dishes like Chinese Rojak, Tahu Goreng, Indian Rojak etc all in vegetarian version and a good selection of local desserts like Ice Kacang! The third piece of good news is - No Service Charge and No GST ... So, it worth going there ... have a reasonable price meal in an Indian Restaurant and at the same time enjoy the Indian Music there. My first visit there, I ordered Mutton Murtabak @ S$5 (the waiter's recommendation, other variants - Chicken and Sardine) and it was delicious. The spiciness of the mock mutton curry sauce was just nice measure and perfect for me. With the easy-on-the-wallet prices so I can't really fault too much. Ambience - just a normal Indian restaurant but does attract Tourists and Chinese Customers which I guess are mainly non-vegetarian as many vegetarian are not aware that they do not use garlic and onion in their cooking. Must Tries: Naan, Gokuk Special Fish Head Curry


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