New Fut Kai Vegetarian Restaurant

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 11 reviews )

282 Jalan Besar (at Little India), Central Singapore, Singapore, 208945

Vegetarian Chinese restaurant featuring many dishes with faux meat. Offers free Buddhist literature. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-9:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Chinese

11 Reviews

First Review by Zambezikid

Tasty - Edit

I enjoyed a meal here with my brother. We both enjoyed the Pineapple Fried Rice and Hong King Fried Noodles.

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Best Chinese food I’ve tried. don’t miss it! - Edit

Just taking a look at their new extensive menu you can tell you’re gonna have a great meal. It gets hard to choose. The presentation of every dish is amazing, the portions are good and everything is really tasty. There’s plenty of things I’ve never seen in other restaurants

My favorites :
- Ginger teriyaki cod fish
- Homemade bamboo charcoal black sesame tofu with pumpkin sauce

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Beat Bento at Jalan Besar! - Edit

This is my go-to vegetarian eatery for delicious bento sets. Their Bento set is one of the best offered in Singapore, since Vegan Place has closed down. They have daily specials and I personally like their Ban Mian too!

Updated from previous review on 2018-02-19

Pros: Best Bento, Good Location, Good Food

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Really good Chinese food - Edit

Had their CNY Ala Carte selection here for lunch with a Friend working around the area

What we had:
• Thai Style Tofu - the tofu is slightly crispy on the outside and very soft & smooth inside. Goes perfectly well with the slight sweet, sour and spicy flavours of the sauce.
• Abalone Mushrooms with Broccoli - I love this dish so much! The gravy is so good it’ll make you wanna lick the plate too!
• Pineapple Fried Rice - really really good. For some reason the sweet and savoury flavour smells a lot like Mian Jiang kueh :D I can assure you it does not taste like Mian Jiang Kueh.

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Fake reviews. Do not trust - Edit

Fake flavours. Food is poor quality.

Pros: Bad service, Service, Bad

Cons: Poor quality, Msg, Fake flavors

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LiQi 21 Feb 2018 - Set up an acc just to smear restaurant? What a disgrace that we share the same name  

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sweet and sour mushroom - Edit

I had the sweet and sour mushroom dish with rice and it was so so so good! I didn't have that high expectations but just took whatever that was nearest my hostel. It turned out amazing!

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A Singapore Favorite - Edit

We chose the New Fut Kai for a team building dinner, with only one vegetarian among them. So it better had to be good. And it certainly was. With the help of the waiter, we chose some 10 different dishes with a spectacular hotpot as the main dish.

Service, food and value for money were exceptionally good, especially when compared with some better known vegetarian restaurants in China Town and even some of the skeptics had to admit that this was the best food they had in Singapore so far.

So it's a big thumbs up from me!

Pros: Great choice and variety of dishes, Attentive and friendly service , Original recipes and lovely presentation

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Good flavor. Requires some effort for vegans. - Edit

The meal I had here was delicious, but it took a little work to get there. Reviewing the extensive menu, one dish caught my eye, and I asked my server if it was vegan. He smiled charmingly and said, "Yes, don't worry, everything here is totally vegan." But seasoned vegans will understand what I mean when I say, you know how sometimes you just get that feeling that someone might not really understand what "vegan" means? Well, I got that feeling, so I asked him, to clarify, "So, no milk, butter, cream...?" And then the light came on for him: "Oh, yes, for this one we use some butter." I gave him a quick (and polite, of course) refresher course on the meaning of "vegan," and then he was able to guide me in making good choices from the menu.

I wound up ordering the "nonya fish curry" and the "ribs," both of which were excellent. Meals here are offered in three sizes, and on the server's recommendation I ordered the small size for each, which turned out to be pretty generous (I couldn't quite finish the two dishes).

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My favourite chinese veg restaurant - Edit

I will rate it the best chinese restaurant. Their signature dishes includes pumpkin sauce fried abalone mushroom, sambal petai and chacoal soya fish pot. Most of my friends who went gave thumbs up for their dishes. Do give them a try.

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Happiness is eating scrumptious Vegetarian Meal - Edit

After work and before the sky grow dark, it is such a beautiful leisure walk from Farrer Park MRT to New Fut Kai Vegetarian restaurant at Jalan Besar.

This eatery has been around for many years but is my first time here. It gives me a feel of a casual nice eatery serving plenty affordable yet delicious local delights like Vegetarian Laksa, Olive Fried Rice ($4), Wonton Mee ($4) and many more …

Browsing through the menu, I order the Deep Fried Abalone Mushroom basted with special pumpkin sauce ($12). The deep fried mushroom paired well with the pretty curry leave drenched in the pumpkin sauce, interesting! Love it.

Braised Vegetarian Ribs with coffee ($12), another well-cooked dish. How can I resist their delicious Braised Vegetarian Sharks Fin? Yes, a must-have on my order and enjoy the steaming, heart-warming bowl of soup.

Don’t have high expectation of the service here, remember there is No service charge! A GST registered eatery, so GST 7% is inclusive in the bill. It is always great to have another option to dine, a place that serves delicious decent vegetarian food.

Pros: affordable, variety of dishes

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Loads of choices - Edit

A restaurant with an authentic Chinese feel to it.

Lots of dishes that I didn't have a clue what they were. It would take a couple of months of dining here every day to understand the menu.

I had a couple of dishes of the day, which were good and very cheap at SGD 4 each.

Pros: Authentic, Very cheap, Good variety

Cons: Difficult to understand the dishes

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