Here’s 3 more eateries in Singapore worth a mention.
1. Trust Organic Health
This restaurant is recommended by Hungry Angmoh, another vegetarian that writes extensively about veggie options in Singapore. For the full review on where to find Teochew Mee in Singapore’s CBD area and a veggie-friendly place to slurp Laksa with your meat eating friends, click more…
Like the crunchy long beans sprinkled with sesame but they could be more generous with the gravy and tau kwa (beancurd) slices.
A forgettable dish…
A healthy option just not enough sauce for my liking.
This is Luke, blogger of Hungry Angmoh busy taking notes for his blog. Big thanks to him for hosting me at Trust and truly inspired by his dedication in updating his fans.
Overall, like the cosy ambience but portion is tiny for the price and food could be cooked in a more appetizing way despite being positioned as healthy organic.
address: 328 Joo Chiat Rd #01-03
2. Loving Hut – Tanjong Pagar
There are many Loving Huts around the world and what I like about the chain is it makes an effort to localize its food variety for each cities. In Singapore for example, you get Teochew noodles as shown above as well as other local dishes. This shop in Tanjong Pagar is tiny compared to the one in Suntec City but convenient for vegetarians working in the area.
address: International Plaza, 10 Anson Road, Tanjong Pagar
Don’t typically review non-vegetarian restaurants but Laksania is worth a write-up because it offers veggie options and probably the only eatery in the entire Nex shopping mall in Serangoon to do so. Vegetarian laksa is tasty and spicy, filled with tau pok, hard boiled egg and long beans.
You can even have it hotpot style but using the same laksa gravy. Other options include laksa noodles and rice. Be entertained by laksa trivia (factoids and history notecards on the table) while waiting for your laksalicious dishes to arrive.
address: 23 Serangoon Central #B1-08 NEX S556083