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Got the chilli crab(less) pasta, and a burger for the mains. Sweet potato fries as our side and a latte and avocado w oat milk for our drinks! Total bill was around $32 with the 1-for-1 which is pretty worth it in my opinion. Without the deal, it’s actually quite expensive but food is still really good and will come back :)

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Food are acceptable but the service is disappointing. Already informed them 3 times that we are using Burpple and also confirmed with them what dishes not in the Burpple. End up was told that this dish not included after the food is served.

The Butter Sauce Prawn 湿奶油虾 is fried till crispy, drizzled with creamy butter sauce. Great place around Clementi / West Coast area for Vegetarian food.

Location: Zi Zai Vegetarian @ Jalan Mas Puteh, 9 Jalan Mas Puteh, Singapore 128615

the twigim tofu sticks make a good snack and I would have enjoyed it more if it was seasoned a bit more because they didn't stand out much.

The kimchi grilled cheese had vegan cheese in it and it was a good combination with their tasty kimchi which my friend really loved. I would have liked more cheese in this but it was still good 😋

We enjoyed our mojitos (as part of their tasting project) a lot too with a good balance of the mint and it wasn't too sweet as well.

@amiaddicted.sg has both a ceramics studio and a Korean vegetarian cafe situated at @capitolsingapore. We went there for a meal and had their bibimbap, kimchi grilled cheese sandwich, twigim tofu sticks and mojito. I'm a person who really likes meat but I enjoyed our meal here very much. The bibimbap has fresh ingredients and fragrant sesame oil that added to its flavours. What made it stand out was how they used barley grains instead of white rice too.
The place has a nice quiet ambience and the service was good too! Can't wait to see what else they will have on their menu in the future! 🤗

Housed within the Jubilee Square, a much quieter mall in Ang Mo Kio you will find this vegetarian restaurant on the 1st floor.

Small place but enough seats here, serving vegetarian yong tau fu and other dishes as well.

Their mushroom udon definitely put lots of mushrooms in it. I could enjoy the thick soup and udon with the ingredients.

Limited selection for burpple deals. This was about $20 after discount

You won’t easily find this place as the shop view is obscure from the main road. But once you found the direction, you will able to find this hidden vegetarian restaurant serving Asian fusion meatless foods.

The hotplate items sound good when you have a cold weather, comes in sizzling hotplate with the fluffy egg still piping hot. On top of it will be the meatless unagi made from soy.

It actually soft but still retain the familiar unagi sweet sauce.

The rice come separately in a bowl, together with a bowl of miso soup.

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🍸 Strawberry Chung Ade ($6.90++) (8.6/10)
Its like a strawberry soda, really refreshing with bits of real strawberry chunks.

🥛Strawberry Chung Milk ($7.90++) (9.5/10)
Soooo good idk what crack they put in this but its so bussin, better than like 100% of those overrated bubble tea shop milks

🥪 Grilled Cheese Kimchi Sandwich ($16++) (6.8/10)
Pretty eh. The bread is on the tougher side and the kimchi is nice but the cheese is rubbery and doesnt taste like cheese at all, its not a grilled cheese if the cheese aint all melty and stretchy. I'd probably skip.

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