North South East West Fusio...

Overall rating: 4.0 stars 2 Reviews
This veggie eatery moved out of Marine Parade Central food court and into its own shop (per report Dec 2014). Serves vegetarian fusion cuisine. Open Monday if on full or new moon, and then closes next day. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Chinese, Fusion, Singaporean
200 Tanjong Katong Road
East Singapore, Singapore 436998
Now Open

Tue-Sun 11:00am-11:30pm

  • Cash only


First Review by Peace ...
  • vegetarian

One of the best!

Posted on 11 / 21 / 2012

We have been to the resturant at least 10 to 12 times a month. And we have not finish tasting all the varities of food. There are Western & Eastern style of vegetarian food at a very reasonable price. So far one of the best I have tasted are the different style of Hot Plate dishes and my children would prefer the 'American Hamburger'
We love the atmosphere and the friendly waiter & waitress. Due to the resturant popularity among the residense nearby, it always full during weekends and furthermore parking is always a problem.

Pros: Variety of food, Tasty food, Reasonable prices
Cons: Seating capacity, Parking
Peace ...
Peace ...
  • vegetarian


Posted on 06 / 13 / 2010

North South East West is a cosy mini restaurant in a food court with a quiet alfresco dining area surrounded with greenery. I like the cosy and relax ambience with calming music.

Offering Asian and Western Vegetarian Fare - Ramen, Udon, Sandwiches, Finger Food, Noodles, Rice, Congee, Pasta, Pizza, Fish and Chip, Prata, Fusion dishes and so on, you can find that all in this mini restaurant. Plenty choices to choose from.

It is "more accessible" to diners watching their pockets (NO GST and NO Service Charge) as much as their waistlines. Like the - Braised Dong Bo Slices @ S$3.50 which we ordered under the Non-Fried Item Menu, come with 5 mini bundles of Mock Dong Bo Meat with Mushroom which is great to be shared among few people or eaten by one pax. The Treasury Baggy @ $3 is another sumptuous finger food which we love.

I always find the presentation of the menu is very important. It should be interesting, clear and easy to read. I set my eye on the dish - Volcano Curry Udon, in my mind, I visual the fiery and piping hot Udon just like the erupting volcano and immediately felt so appetizing. Was quite disappointed when they don't have it and I go for the non-spicy version - Udon Noodle Soup @ $5.5o. A colourful udon soup with different variety of ingredients like corn, french beans, carrot, mushrooms, mock meat ball, vegetarian mushroom meat, black fungus shred that paired perfectly with the "Sha Cha Jiang" flavourful broth.

Love the colourful variety of Vegetarian and Vegan Tibits/Snacks in the eatery. Bought the healthy brown rice crackers @ S$3.50 with could be used on salad and the no MSG, GM/Gluten/Lactose free Chips S$2.50 before leaving. I have also noted what the dishes that I wanted on my next are.

Comparing with the Rice House which is under the same group, I prefer this more. If I am the residents in Marine Parade, I would definitely go here very often ...


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Last updated: 2015/01/12


Added: 2010/04/14


Added by: Peace ...