Lotus Kitchen

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 7 reviews )

Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Rd #01-01/02, Central Singapore, Singapore, 059413

Vegetarian cuisines with dim sum, handmade noodles, stir fry dishes. Chinese name: 莲心. Open Mon-Sun 11:30am-3:00pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Chinese, Singaporean

7 Reviews

First Review by george.jacobs

dim sum! - Edit

Amazing noodles and Dim sum! My first time trying food from Lotus Vegetarian, and it sure did not disappoint me. The dumplings looks adorable, the filling is a lil bland though.
I like their shark's fin soup...I wonder what they have used to imitate sharks fin

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Nice food but not worth the price - Edit

Food is nice. But not exceptional. I have had better meals elsewhere at much lower pricing. The only special dish is their monkey head mushroom fried dumplings which isn't available elsewhere. Taste very good. But $8.80++ for 6 tiny pieces, I won't order again. I had the herbal ramen, not bad but nothing to shout about. I had the fried laksa, not bad, but yuan bistro has the same dish yet taste better in my opinion. The hotplate chili fish is a huge letdown. Nowhere spicy nor savoury yet it cost a whooping $18.80++ hence more than $20!

I will give 3.5 stars due to the pricing. For the taste, 4 stars max.

Updated from previous review on 2017-10-22

Pros: Nice food, Good location

Cons: Very expensive

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Good food but extra charges - Edit

The food here is really good, however, there are so many additional charges! You pay for water, for the wipes, for a small appetiser they bring out (not requested and actually pretty grim) and on top of that you pay 10% service charge. You don't find out about any of these extra charges (apart from the water) until you go to pay which is a bit sly. Don't think we'll bother eating here again or recommend it!

Pros: Good food

Cons: Additional costs for items that should be free

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LiQi 22 Oct 2017 - This is pretty normal at all restaurant. We knew it right away so we didn't pay for those  

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Good choice for vegan in Singapore - Edit

This restaurant serve "pure vegetarian" food, as they use to call vegan food. I strongly recommend it to taste local food but vegan style and well-cooked. The food was very good, the restaurant was nice, clean and central (located in Chinatown).

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Customers - Edit

The embriance is average as it look like a canteen.
Plates of steam peanuts are placed on all tables which is cold & unappetizing. When asked to have warm steam peanuts, answer was is like that!!😬
Service is not welcoming & when asked to recommend dishes, just use finger to point at menu with a lotus sign...😖When request for another chair to place personal belongings at own side, was told to put all on one chair. Mind you the place was half filled with customers.
The only consolation: food is 😊!!
Hope to return with better service!!

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Town eats - Contemporary Feasting at Lotus Kitchen in Chinatown - Edit

One of the pleasures of travelling is discovering new tastes and foods. Singapore’s food scene is vibrant, fresh and inspiring. If you’re a tourist in Singapore Chinatown, having some time and wanting to feast on something different-taste the contemporary vegetarian cuisine in Lotus Kitchen.

This restaurant is easily accessible at an iconic shopping center, located just beside Chinatown MRT Station and at the junction of the main roads (New Bridge Road & Upper Cross Street) in Chinatown. A perfect place to rest your feet, fill the stomach and do some people watching (there are windows overlooking the street)!

Verdict: Lotus Kitchen is a pocket friendly and value-for-money restaurant offering healthier dining with an exciting array of contemporary vegetarian cuisine. Must try dishes are Dim Sum, Signature Stir Fried Laksa, Braised Mushroom in Hot Stone Pot, Soup, Lotus Yam Paste with Purple Rice.

Pros: Value for money, pocket friendly, Good location

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New and worth a visit - Edit

Lotus Kitchen, in Chinatown Point, so near to Chinatown MRT, opened in July 2017. It boasts the same innovative Chinese veg dishes as the long established Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant in Quality Hotel. My wife, the Chinese food expert in the family, was especially keen on the Satay, the Taro Mee Sua Cake and her #1 was the Double-Boiled Tian Ma Soup.

Pros: Conveniently located, Great soup, Friendly staff

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