The Living Cafe

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 8 reviews )

779 Bukit Timah Rd, Bukit Timah, Central Singapore, Singapore, 269758

Serves meat, vegan options available. Primarily raw food menu with some cooked food, no red meat. Aim is to provide healthy food with an emphasis on raw. Menu marks vegan, vegetarian, etc. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-7:00pm, Fri 11:00am-10:00pm, Sat 9:00am-10:00pm, Sun 9:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Raw, Western, Take-out, Catering, Fusion, Non-veg

8 Reviews

First Review by NCC

Expensive food - Edit

I wanted something hot but the kitchen told me only a few option left. So I ended up ordering a raw pizza and a glass of juice and that costed me around $30 plus. The raw pizza tasted okie but definitely I won’t pay $20 for the mini pizza. The juice is good. Since this is not a veg*an restaurant I can’t complain much but be grateful for the vegan options available.

Pros: Staffs know vegan requirement well

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Good service, amazing tofu! - Edit

I had the big breakfast with tofu instead of scrambled eggs. The tofu was AMAZING! I can’t even explain how excited I was. It had this amazing flavor that I’ve never seen in tofu before. Easily the best tofu I’ve ever had. I ate it on toast with the mushrooms and pesto. The pesto was great! I also had a veg drink with celery (forget the name) but it was good. An extremely veg taste though so I wouldn’t get it if you don’t like a veg juice. I also finished up with an extremely rich avocado chocolate mousse. I had a very hard time eating it because it was so rich and it came in a very big bowl. Overall me and a friend had two meals, two veg drinks, and a dessert for $71.

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Good vegan options - Edit

Try the “raw”sted broccoli pizza, mushroom soup, selection of desserts

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Tasty food and friendly staff - Edit

Nice vegan options on the menu- I asked to have the big breakfast with tofu instead of eggs and they happily accommodated. The dairy free pesto was delicious! Staff are friendly. It is a bit pricey but you get fresh, quality ingredients.

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Great veggie bowl - Edit

The veggie rice bowl was really good, one of the nicest I have tried. Good range of options too, although they do serve meat and could smell it as the dish went past my table which wasnt so nice :(

Pros: Veggie bowl!, Good size menu

Cons: Smell of meat cooking

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Recommended - fresh and healthy - Edit

Made the journey to Living Cafe and was glad I did.

Had a very nice lunch. Opted for the tofu / guacamole wrap, avocado and cucumber soup plus flaxseed crackers and hummus. All excellent.

Too bad it's not fully vegan :( but I'm still happy enough to recommend. Spacious, airy and service is pleasant. Decent value.

Pros: Fresh and tasty food, good number of clearly marked vegan options

Cons: serves meat / fish

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living cafe - Edit

the last time we arranged to have dinner here was a failed attempt, as we didn't check and didn't realise the restaurant closes at 7 pm on weekdays.

this time, we went on a saturday evening (when it closes at 10 pm) and two of us shared a grilled tofu guacamole wrap and veggie delight pizza. both were delicious, wholesome and vegan, satiating without being too overwhelming.

i was especially chuffed that my omnivorous friend enjoyed her vegan meal, and is considering bringing her omnivorous, nut-allergic husband there for a meal some time.

this is an omnivorous restaurant, but raw, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and nut-free items are clearly indicated on the menu (which is available on the website). it'd be a good place to dine to gradually introduce non-vegetarian friends to some plant-based dishes.

Updated from previous review on 2017-01-31

Pros: vegan-friendly, delicious food, menu clearly states veg*n, gluten-free, nut-free, right next to sixth avenue mrt station

Cons: closes at 7 pm on weekdays, not cheap

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Best of Both Worlds - Edit

I like how I can bring people who aren't vegetarians to this place and we can all eat delicious food. They make awesome smoothies with rare ingredients like bee pollen and goji berries. I buy goji berries from them, but be prepared to get sticker shock if you want to buy some of their products from the store above the restaurant.

Food at the restaurant is decently priced to a bit pricey, like their veggie burger. However the products they offer are super expensive. Bee pollen starts at $80 for a bag. Pretty much all their products are overpriced considering I've seen how much they cost back home in the states.

Go for the food, drinks and organic wine, but be very selective when buying some of the products they sell.

Pros: Good quality food, Tasty, Food is decently priced for the quality

Cons: Products they sell are mainly overpriced

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