Small vegetarian restaurant. 50+ years old. Many ingredients are handmade using fresh bean curd skins and gluten. No mock stuff used in the dishes. Dishes such as chicken balls made with fresh bean curd skins or sweet and sour style with pineapples, capsicums and fresh mushroom stewed with bitter gourd, hor fun, spring rolls, deep fried wanton and sugarcane flowers. Mixed vegetable curry on Sunday. Special Cantonese soup available on 1st and 15th day of lunar month. Look for picture of a laughing Buddha in yellow on the wall outside the restaurant. No GST and no service charge. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan, Chinese, Cantonese
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First Review by +++VeGaNiSaToR+++
dicer
dicer
  • vegan
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+98

Family owned authentic restaurant

5 Posted on 08 / 28 / 2014

We happened to get there just 45 minutes before they closed. We were still invited in and welcomed in a very friendly way. The owner gives recommendations and confirmed that everything is vegan and for years. They make most of their beancurd themselves and it tastes great. So many different varieties! Try the fresh mushrooms as they taste great!
We were the last and only customers but the place was busy still, because the whole family and staff were busy forming moon cakes for the next day mid-autumn celebrations. Right in the restaurant area. This was a welcome glimpse into how they do most of the things by hand.

Be prepared to be seated on a big table with others as they only have few small tables. Or get there around 9pm, which I can only recommend because of the friendly atmosphere of the family and staff preparing for the next day.

The food is basic Cantonese and local food. Nothing fancy but well executed. We enjoyed our stay very much and already promised to come back when we are in Singapore next time.

Pros: Very friendly staff, Handmade yummy food, Fresh mushrooms and beancurd
Cons: Rather small
diehard
diehard
  • vegetarian
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+34

Authentic

3 Posted on 09 / 09 / 2012

When we came in we were seated a table with another customer next to a table where two people were chopping food with cleavers. The food was fairly bland but healthy.


Smck
Smck
  • vegan
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+36

cheap and cheerful

4 Posted on 01 / 31 / 2012

We ate dinner here one night as it was nearby our hotel. Pretty sure it's all vegan, we ordered the vegan mango chicken and the beancurd balls. Both dishes were very nice and fresh, the mango chicken was especially tasty. It's not the most amazing food in SG but there's not much else in that area and it's cheap. Would eat there again if in the area.


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