Tian Yi Vegetarian

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 4 reviews )

Blk 527, Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Cheng San Food Centre, 01-143, Northeast Singapore, Singapore, 560527

Local vegetarian hawker food vendor offering breakfast and lunch. Chinese Name: 天一素食. Open Tue-Sat 6:00am-1:00pm.

Categories: Chinese, Fast food, Take-out, Singaporean

4 Reviews

First Review by kwatoyo

Best vegetarian kway chap in SG - Edit

Finally tried what is hailed by some to be the best vegetarian kway chap in Singapore, & I gotta say that it lives up to the hype :D Really like the herbal-ish soup & the kway chap which had a unique ricey taste to it, unlike the more kway-teow-like texture which is more commonly found from other stalls. Also appreciated how the mock intestines weren’t all na-here’s-gluten-in-your-face which is kinda common for veg. kway chap; instead it had a softer and somehow more pleasant bite :P As for their soy stuffs (tau pok & tau kwa aka fried beancurd skin & branched respectively), their outsides were actually still a lil’ crispy oh my :O It really says a lot about how fresh their food is :O Liked how the tau kwa was the perfect balance between soft & firm and liked how they added another dimension to the whole dish by including soft mei cai (preserved vegetables) & crisp and crunchy fresh cabbage shreds as well 😋

Pros: Best kway chap

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Super fast service despite long queue and really good food - Edit

The kway chap was Super soft and nice. The taukwa, dougan and something else (looked like pig’s intestine but it’s not obviously haha) served on the side was damn good especially the taukwa, very bouncy 😍 Super worth it for $2.50 plus it’s filling. Din really like the chilli tho, it was not spicy enough for me and had a weird after taste. But the kway chap overall was DELICIOUS. Lives up to the standards of SG authentic hawker food; cheap and good

Pros: fast service despite long queue, delicious, cheap

Cons: chilli not nice

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Looks like beef? Nay! - Edit

I stress that Beyond Carnism is not exactly the same as Non-Carnism. Let me do an analogy, it's like comparing Beyond Careerism with Non-Careerism. Non Careerism is akin to certain third world countries in Asia and Africa that rely on hunting for a living.

We are not here to judge, but in Africa as an example, they hunt because they either don't own agricultural land, or that their land is not suited for agricultural produce. So they take a rifle, sit on a jeep and shoot mammals for their pelts. So like I say, theirs is a "non career", it is also "non carnism" because they will tell you that they are unemployed accruing from a lack of institutional development, and that they also don't eat beef and they don't eat lions.

Yet, it doesn't mean that they don't kill, i.e. these hunters still kill over ivories till pelts, they just don't eat what they kill, and don't go to work in an office, that's all.

Tian Yi´s approach is more transcendental and supramundane.

Pros: Vegetarian option, Meatless, Beefless

Cons: Hot, Oily

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nice food at affordable prices - Edit

Serves breakfast and lunch. Expect long wait for days they serve Kway Chap which is very popular.

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