Homecooked meals at Veggie Cottage (Singapore)
Posted on 05 / 04 / 2013
upon reading reviews of Veggie Cottage by Luke of hungry ang mo blog at www.hungryangmo.com
my family visited this little cafe on 1st May, wednesday.
we started our meals with the homemade concoction of Prune Lime juice while enjoying the relaxing ambience of the café.
while waiting for our main meal to be served, we had the vegan chips with avocado dip, could have some lemon juice, salt n pepper added to the avocado dip.
the deep fried mini samosa which are not hand make by the chef but was deep fried to perfection and placed beautifully in a small basket.
we enjoyed the vegan hamburger set and were delighted to savour the vegan fish & chips with handmake patties created by the chef.
The nasi lemak rice is abit plain for us as we are used to the conventional type of nasi lemak with lots of coconut milk in them but we loved the homemake spicy chillis paste that goes well with the white rice.
The vegan claypot tofu was great and the veggies well cooked but crunchy, much to our liking. This dish was served in a small and delicate oval shaped claypot that enchanced the presentation of this simple yet tasty dish.
I fell in love with the 2 paintings of Veggie Cottage painted by the chef herself.....no wonder every effort is put in to ensure that every detail of each dish is taken care of; like an Artist does with her paintings.
Thank you, Veggie Cottage, cook & staff for all your Love n effort in creating this peaceful café, a memorable place where we can look forward to relax and dine in again.
Updated from previous review on Thursday May 02, 2013
excellent food & peaceful ambience, good value & pricing, artistic cook & friendly staff