Xuan Miao Vegan - Paya Lebar Square

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 5 reviews )

60 Paya Lebar Rd, Paya Lebar Square Unit B1-53, Basement 1 Food Court, East Singapore, Singapore, 409051

炫妙素斋 is in Cantine Food Court. Serves hand made mee Hhon kuey, ban mian, tom yam bee hoon, and dumpling soup. No garlic, onion, or egg. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-9:30pm.

Category: Vegan, Chinese, Take-out, Singaporean

Reviews (5)

First Review by WanRong

Best ban mian eaten - Edit

I am glad to see this in paya lebar square where greendot was the monopoly. With this stall around, i can have nice food at reasonable pricing. Their ban mian dry is the best. Do remember to request for garlic oil if u take garlic. They are fully vegan

Pros: Nice vegan food , Reasonable prices , Good value

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good vegan ban mian - Edit

The wait is getting longer and longer. Used to be at circuit road, owner shifted here. The ban mian (#2) is good. While the menu shows some white mock meat, in reality they do not serve it. The wait is about 20-30min but worth it. If u use the kopitiam card, u get 10% discount!

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Awesome Noodles - Edit

I always wander the food courts for the random veggie place and this is a shinning example of why. For a mere 5sgd you can get some of the best best veg noodles Singapore has to offer. It's even worth the 20 - 30 minute line that you'll occasionally have to endure.

Pros: Cheap, Filling, Super Yummy

Cons: Long Line

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So-so - Edit

It was relatively alright and the soup had a strong taste of MSG. Did not appreciate the mock liver meat but perhaps that was just me. I didn't hate it but wouldn't particularly return again.

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Fresh Veggies with delicious dry Ban Mian - Edit

I managed to try their dry ban mian with bayam soup when the square first opened. The bayam was really fresh and plentiful, coupled with very nice soup base. The dry ban mian was cooked with a definite spring, coupled with some xiang chun sauce which made it really nice. definitely worth a try!

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