3 Reviews

First Review by Hareshkt

affordable, delicious food - Edit

Previously, the eatery was more of a neighbourhood vegetarian zichar/caipng and catering company, and now after the renovation it became more like a restaurant.

The interior of the restaurant is split into two areas: one half are meant for the tables and the half for takeaways and sale of vegetarian products. The menu has changed to one similar to their other restaurants in Aperia Mall and CT Hub with items like porridges and hot stone bowls.

I had the Lion Mane Mushroom Rice 铁锅猴头菇 which came with a burning stove. The taste was a little bit herbal and it's not spicy even with all the dried chilis in it. Portion is just enough for one person.

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Also tried the Hot Almond Paste dessert. The only disappointment being that it wasn't thick enough, it's like a soup dessert instead of a thick gooey paste.

On the 2nd time I was here after their renovation, I got to try more dishes with a Friend.
We had 4 rice and noodle dishes

1. Stone Pot Monkey Head Mushroom Rice.
You might imagine this to be Korean style, but it's not. The gochujang red paste sauce isn't authentic, more like extra sweet SOS Chili. Toppings for the hot stone dish were mostly sweet corn. Sweet sweet, not good

2. Hong Kong Style Claypot Chicken Rice. Savoury hot Claypot dish with fragrant dark soy sauce - its got my favourite charred bits at the bottom!

3. Zhajiangmian / Braised Meat Noodles
Noodles with fresh cucumbers and bean sprouts covered with braised 'meat' sauce. It smelled amazing when it arrived at our table.
It might have contain peanuts

4. Curry Udon
Delicious spicy curry with Udon noodles. I could go for seconds!

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97% vegan! - Edit

The minority’s of the menu that has a ‘milk bottle symbol’ contains milk but the rest of the menu is vegan. Mock meat and vegetable dishes. It’s inside in the AC and a lovely atmosphere. They opened in 2001 and really know what they’re doing. It’s cheap. $5-$12 a fish. Great value.

Pros: satay. Korean fried rice, western dishes. wonton Noodle Soup , hot pot (stone and metal). credit cards accepted.

Cons: can’t think of anything right now.

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Under Renovation - Edit

It’s under renovation till 4th October. Good variety of food.

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