Green Dot - Paya Lebar

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60 Paya Lebar Rd 02-15/16/17, Paya Lebar Square, East Singapore, Singapore, 409051

绿一点 serves meals which are low in calories, no gluten or added MSG. Variety of Asian fusion food like bento set, noodles, burgers, mushroom pots, and toast set for breakfast. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Fast food, Take-out, Asian, Singaporean, Malaysian

7 Reviews

First Review by ouikouik

Tasty Laksa - Edit

I love eating laksa there. However, I find their bento options to be mediocre.

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Tasty! - Edit

Does anyone else realise most vegetarian laksa is not even vegan? Thank goodness Green Dot still stick to the original coconut milk recipe!

This place can get really crowded during lunch and dinner time.

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Well worth your time - Edit

I go to this Green Dot quite a bit. It's fast has ample seating and isn't super expensive. Between the Bento choices and the soups, there is enough that you won't get tired of it for a while and whoever you go with will surely be able to find something.

Edit: After living in SG for a bit longer now, I still go to this place and it's still good, but Singapore has better to offer. If you want some fast and reasonably good though, this is a good place to get that.

Updated from previous review on 2016-05-11

Pros: Fairly cheap, Delicious

Cons: Only in Malls, Vegetarian Fast Food

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Not worth a visit in PL sq - Edit

For the price and quality of food, one should check out xuan miao in paya lebar square food court instead. I had been a strong supporter of greendot in the past. However I reaslised that they value profits over customer service. From a menu with good vegan choices, they modified the menu and vegans are left with little choice. On top of that, i am disappointed that they do not justify the huge price increase overnight. Some dishes eg the noodles dishes jumped from $5.90 to $8.90 .

Cons: Not value for money at a high price tag

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Exellence! - Edit

Like this place. Food is fresh and friendly to the palate. The cooked meals come with some sort of salad (noodle with raw sledded carrots, cucumbers ...), so it is kind of a more balanced. It is right at Exit B of paya lebar train station, in the shopping mall. Really convenience. But place seems very popular, kind of full house during weekend lunch. So may be it is best to make a reservation. "Outdoor" seats seems very popular, but friend said, could be a bit warm in the day time. Price is generally more expensive than the hawker fair, but way cheaper than in North America.

Pros: Food, Service

Cons: *

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a surprisingly popular joint - Edit

my friend, knowing i'm vegetarian, suggested this place for dinner, as she enjoys the laksa here.

i was surprised to find this branch so popular. at around 7 pm on a wednesday night, both the inner and outer dining areas were nearly packed - and it wasn't the 1st or 15th of the lunar month, when many omnivores turn herbivores for the day.

having previously tried the laksa and rendang at the westmall branch, but still wanting something local, i opted for the mushroom pot with laksa base. at sgd8.90, it costs more than standalone laksa (sgd5.90), but packs much more into a bowl, with a variety of mushrooms, tau kee, vegetables, etc. together with brown rice, it made for a very satisfying meal.

Pros: delicious and hearty

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Green Dot - Edit

I really like the customized bento set offered here at $7.90, which consists of rice (brown rice available) and three dishes. I like to go for the stir-fry veggies and signature mushroom dishes. It also comes with a small bowl of soup with carrot chunks in it. The dishes feel clean probably because there is no added MSG. You can also pick the cereal konnyaku, which resembles the cereal prawn dish commonly eaten at Chinese restaurants (but cruelty-free, hell yeah).
Updated from previous review on Friday July 31, 2015

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