Green Lane Vegetarian Food

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Blk 123 Yishun St 11 #01-509, North Singapore, Singapore, 760123

绿园素食 is inside 123 Eating House, since Sept 2016. For breakfast and lunch, it serves economic rice, noodles, and fried items. For dinner, it serves fried stir (zi-char) dishes. The chef is from a famous vegetarian restaurant. Open Mon-Tue 10:30am-9:00pm, Thu-Sun 10:30am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Chinese, Take-out, Singaporean

6 Reviews

First Review by CherylQuincy

Must-try deep-fried carrot cakes - Edit

- For their HK fried noodles ($4), I actually expected them to be coated in a soy-sauce-based gravy, but this dish came in a clear gravy & had no excess gravy swimming around on the plate. The noodles came with tiny bits of carrot, mushrooms, soy-based char siew & shredded cabbage, and had a subtle wok hei flavour.

- Their crispy beancurd fries ($2.80) was a unique snack in terms of texture, with the softness of the tau kwa & the crispness of the exterior complementing each other.

- The absolute star of this place had to be the deep fried carrot cake ($2.80/three small blocks), which had a really fragrant & tasty exterior & a melt-in-your-mouth interior :’) Must-try here!!

Pros: Really yummy carrot cake

Cons: Oily but well it’s inevitable as it’s deep-fried x

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Great place for Veg*n Zi Char + drinks to unwind - Edit

Ever since I went vegan, I am always on the lookout for places that serve veg*n food and alcohol till night time. This coffeeshop is my newfound chillout spot for my off days' evenings.

The best part is that I used to lunch frequently at Lao Di Fang @ Parkmall in the past. When I saw the trademark beancurd fries and mala noodles, it really brings back memories.

Green Lane closes at 9pm, so try to make the last food order by 8.45pm or earlier. Almost everything I have tried on their menu so far is good. If I really have to pick a flaw, it is that their fried items can be a tad too oily. (it is not really a flaw if you are washing them down with beer though!)

Their beancurd fries are unique and the carrot cake seems to be handmade too.

Updated from previous review on 2018-03-20

Pros: Value for money veg*n zi char, Open till 9pm

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Best and Super Cheap Zi Char - Edit

This place is definitely a gem for you to travel down for cheap but super yummy food!!!

Pros: Yummy Zi Char

Cons: Inconvenient Location

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Love the mala soup noodles - Edit

This place is a hidden gem. The chef was the famous restaurants chef from lao di fang. Food is restaurant standard but hawker pricing. Love the mala soup noodles, carrot cake and beancurd fries. Duck rice is yummy too.

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value for money Zi char - Edit

I came here with 2 friends and we ordered a total of 6 dishes, because there were so many recommendations we couldn’t decide. The meal included:
1. herbal soup: demolished soon after it appeared. My friends loved the mushrooms, because of how meaty and flavourful they were after soaking up the herbal taste
2. claypot ramen noodles: another interesting and Friend favourite, with their soft, springy and slightly chewy, obviously fresh noodles
3. sweet potato leaves cooked to just the right texture
4. carrot cake - Super flavourful, even though a little soft! Even so, it is my favourite chinese style carrot cake so far
5. sambal chilli fish
6. Yang chow fried rice.

Pros: affordable , flavourful

Cons: a little slow due to popularity

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Delightful - Edit

Do you miss having food from Classic Lao Di Fang? Though the popular Chinese vegetarian restaurant has closed down 2 years ago, the head Chef of LDF started a vegetarian stall up north in Yishun to satisfy the cravings of longtime customers~ We had the Sambal Stir Fried Sweet Potato Leaves, Sambal Fish (I had this at LDF!), Olive Fried Rice and Beancurd strips. All these for $23 , doesn't sound too pricey, eh? Just like the original Lao Di Fang restaurant, they don't use egg in any of the dishes.

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