Dragon Gate Vegetarian

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 6 reviews )

39 Temple St, Central Singapore, Singapore, 058584

龙门斋 serves economic rice, noodles and stir-fried (zi-char) dishes like bean curd, sweet and sour pork, and assam fish. Since Aug 2017. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Buffet, Take-out, Singaporean

6 Reviews

First Review by george.jacobs

My go-to place in Chinatown for local cuisine - Edit

I always come here for the Vinegar 'Pork Trotter' Soup because it reminds me of the flavours of ayam masak kicap that I used to eat as a child.

The salted fish fried rice is also really good. I'm normally not a fan of ordering fried rice but this has some very unique flavours in it. Seasoned foodies would probably say that it has a strong 'umami' flavour.

I'll definitely return here to try all their other ala carte items.

Pros: Great variety of local dishes, Friendly service, Can order bigger portions to share & eat with big

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Tasty & affordable - Edit

- Economical rice: cheap & tasty but they sometimes don’t have a wide selection of less processed veggies!

- Best wok hei for hor fun in gravy ($4.50) in SG so far amongst the variations I’ve tried :) Love how their gravy isn’t the vinegary but the savoury but not too salty kind, and how they use really interesting mushroom-based ‘duck’ slices, tasty ‘pork’ slices, button mushrooms, shredded cabbage & other things :)

- Thunder tea rice ($5; only available on Thursdays): Liked how the broth was refreshingly lighter on the palate compared to the other versions I’ve tried, and how the ingredients brought nice layers of dimension to the dish :’) The distinctive fragrance of the freshly roasted peanuts, the crispy bits, the shredded cabbage, and the slightly chewy rice grains... Pure yumz :)

- Claypot rice ($5.50) came with a generous assortment of mock meat, which included mock duck that tasted surprisingly close to the real thing but with a lil’ mushroomy taste. I liked the sweet, bak-kwa-ish mock pork though I’m not a big fan of processed mock meat. The rice was the braised kind & didn’t have the crispy, slightly charred bits I was really hoping for, but this was still quite a tasty albeit unhealthy meal xP I washed this down with a small bowl of (slightly overly salty :X) soup which you can help yourself to at a corner on the right of the shop! :)

Their ginger x seaweed ‘egg drop’ daily soup was surprisingly warm & nice (I didn’t really like their previous two types of daily soup)! 😋

Pros: Affordable, Tasty, Central location

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Enjoyed the food - Edit

Dragon Gate vegetarian has the same management as Kwan Inn Vege group.

Their vegan laksa are simple yet very delicious and it only cost $3 a bowl.
They also offer caipng (economic rice) options that doesn't contain a lot of mocked meats, and they're pretty affordable too.

They have quite a variety of zichar food items also, perfect for a meal with large groups.

Walking distance from Chinatown MRT Station

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More choices when two vegetarian eateries are just side by side ... - Edit

Dragon Gate Vegetarian is at Temple Street in Chinatown and residing at the place where Yi Xin Vegetarian used to be. So, is Yi Xin Vegetarian gone? No, just beside it. In here, you’ll find those common local vegetarian dishes been served.

I love the green garnishing and the tasty broth is Bak Kut Teh. Price reasonable, but I can’t remember the exact amount now, as I had it last month early December 17.

Another dish that I like is Mee Goreng (S$4). You can help yourself to a bowl of simple daily soup at no charge.

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leckeres vegetarisches Essen - Edit

Sehr preisgüstig, sehr gute Qualität, Selbstbedienung

Pros: Gute vegetarische Auswahl

Cons: nicht wirklich erkennbar was vegetarisch ist (laut

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lots of variety - Edit

This restaurant is a great combination of steam table plus dishes you can order. Their brown rice is good. Most but not all the dishes are vegan. There's a beautiful poster of Ping Jie near the entrance.

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