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    ( 9 reviews )

02-17 Middle Road, Fortune Center, Central Singapore, Singapore, 188979

A nice organic restaurant and store. Offers a small selection of organic produce and a larger selection of packaged organic goods. Restaurant serves organic rice sets and noodles, and more. Uses less oil, salt, and no MSG. Open Mon-Fri 10:30am-7:00pm. Closed on public holidays.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Japanese, Organic, Take-out, Asian

9 Reviews

First Review by pegasus2012

Unique cold organic buckwheat soba - Edit

Tried their cold organic buckwheat soba — the sauce was really unique oh my :O It was a blend of sweet sour (the vinegary type) & idk if it’s just me but I think there’s fruit vinegar in it? Personally I felt that there was too much sauce haha but I liked the balance of contrasting textures & the mix of colours :)

Pros: Unique taste, Good mix of colours & good balance of contrasting

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favourite soba - Edit

This place serves really healthy and delicious vegan meals, and is one of those places that overturns the stereotype that healthy food is bland. My favourite soba comes from here, which is organic and cold and mixed with generous amounts of shredded salad and sesame sauce. They have specials everyday, and these specials are always sold out very early in the day - proof how amazing the food here is :) the best part is their price, which is actually considered very very very affordable for the quality of food served, along with the fact that most of their food is organic.

Pros: flavourful, organic, healthy

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Nope. Skip. - Edit

Ordered Sambal petai and fish and was given half piece of 'fish' in a soup of ketchup and cabbage tomatoes with some petai. Friend ordered the wild veggies noodle soup. Wild veggies were broccoli and tomato and corn. Nope.

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organic goodness - the sushi! - Edit

Initially went to Fortune centre for a different restaurant and settled for that one instead > no regrets! Organic brown rice set the sushi a little shopping at their small selection of packed goods a beetroot oat drink for take away = couldn't be happier! Delicious food with an ok price

Pros: organic! & yummy & easy to find

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Healthy food with a wide variety! - Edit

Super love most of the food here.... There's a wide variety and the taste is fantastic. Love that they put loads of vege inside, minimal use of mock meat.

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Waste of time - Edit

We went to this restaurant for lunch and it was quite busy. We were the only foreigners. We waited almost 30 minutes (a lot for Singapore standards) and we noticed that many people that ordered well after us were being served.

We asked twice to the waitresses why we were not getting our meals and they were rude to us. We didn't get our meals and we went to Zen herbivore instead where service was efficient and food was good.

I'm under the impression that foreigners receive a worse treatment here. Don't waste your time here, there are many good veg options in Fortune centre.

Pros: Nothing

Cons: Rude and inefficient service

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create healthy lifestyle - Edit

two of us shared petai fried rice, gozya, veggie wraps and one of the salads.

the petai fried rice was great - flavourful without being too salty and oily. it's a little on the spicy side though, if that's something you're not used to. the veggie wrap was cool and refreshing on a hot day (the ingredients seemed to be similar to the salad).

so-so were the gyoza and i-forget-what salad (it's something i could whip up at home, and was drenched too much in sauce).

recommended dishes:
- petai fried rice
- veggie wrap (can't remember its exact name, but there's a picture of it on their wall. it's the one wrapped in nori, not in popiah skin.)

Pros: variety of local/fusion food, generous helpings

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A New Lunch Experience @ Creative Healthy Lifestyl - Edit

Stumbled upon the news of Emotional Release Session ~ Healing With Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils mini event at Creative Healthy Lifestyle on 9 Oct 10 from 11am-1pm (S$20 inclusive of a healthy vegetarian lunch). A different kind of dining experience, vibrant food for the body and soul. Out of curiosity, I went.

Since Creative Healthy Lifestyle has two shop spaces, the mini event was held at #02-04 instead the one near to the escalator #02-17 in Fortune Centre. It just a small simple eatery with a grocery section too, but the ambience is quiet and homely.

The session was like a workshop sharing knowledge and we get to try the essential oil which was fun and interesting!
Lunch was great, we get to choose from the daily menu and I picked Tofu and Mushroom Brown Rice Set with Soup which normally cost S$6 (very reasonable).

The Brown Rice was cooked with some Chinese Olive Vegetables I guess and that makes it tastes special. What I love is the Minced Mushroom on the Tofu, very flavourful and it comes with either stir-fry broccoli with shimeji mushroom or stir-fry bitter gourd or stir-fry pumpkin with bamboo shoot and fungus. The clear soup is soy bean sprout with cabbage and white fungus. Quite a little surprise to find soy bean sprout as it is not so commonly available in eateries unless as seasoned side dish in Korea Eatery. On the whole, it was a simple and yet tasty healthy lunch.

Very satisfactory lunch and experience!

Pros: healthy cuisine, good value

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Delicious meals always - Edit

I stumbled across this vegetarian café when I was scouting around in Fortune Centre for a clean and comfortable place to have a vege meal. I've eaten here 8 times in two weeks already.
It has wooden tables and chairs and it seats approx. 20 people. There is also counter top seating arrangement.
There are about 10 items on the menu written on a whiteboard. In addition they serve 'daily specials' as well. They serve mostly if not all organic items. And upon request they can serve organic egg. They serve water, only upon request. And they carry organic bottled and canned drinks. Price range for meals: S$3.00 to S$6.00, no GST/service charge. This is relatively cheap considering that it's a cafe style setup.
Their main meals are medium-sized in portion and this works fine with me as I like variety. If I'm really hungry I'd order a side dish of their scrumptious Organic Vege Sushi Roll. It's packed with local lettuce, carrot, alfafa, beetroot and mint leaves wrapped in seaweed. This is a hot favourite with many of their patrons. You could see easily how they prepare this, if you seat at the counter.
My other favourite dish is their Organic Cold Soba Noodle. The soba noodle comes with lots of diced raw vegetables. And the 'secret recipe dressing' has a hint of white sesame seed. Unfortunately they don't sell the dressing. At the time of writing this review, the soba noodle is a Monday & Saturday special.
Another meal I had was their Traditional Hakka Lei-Cha. At S$5.50 it is value for money. For this price you get a bowl of brown rice and it's topped with 7 ingredients - peanuts and various varieties of vegetables. The soup is basil and mint based. Very satisfying meal.
I've tried both their fried noodles & fried brown rice. They're delicious and I could tell that there's very little oil used. Most of their brown rice meals come with a bowl of soup. If like me you like chilli, they usually serve home-made 'sambal chilli'. I normally have about 2-3 helpings of this as it goes really well with the fried rice. And I like ending my meal with a hot cup of ginger tea, which is not organic and comes from Taiwan.
The staffs speak Chinese and English. They are friendly and ever ready to recommend a meal if you enquire.
*Good to know - you could borrow their 'toilet key' in order to use the toilet on the same floor as the restaurant. In Fortune Centre, the toilets are locked and are only for use by store owners. I didn't check to see if they have public toilets.

Pros: excellent food, good value, friendly staff

Cons: limited menu

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