190 Middle Road
#04-22 Fortune Centre
Singapore 188979

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11:00am - 08:00pm


11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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Located at the 4th floor of Fortune Centre, you would find this vegetarian restaurant right as you take the escalator up.

Consider a much quieter place as the rest, but here all their items on the menu are organic foods. So the price could be more higher than the rest.

Gotten their curry rice which comes with veggies, salad and mocked meat in curry sauce.

The curry is actually very spicy. Soup available for additional $1.

Lots of fresh veggies but sauce was too sweet for me

Have to admit I'm not a big lei cha fan, but this I kinda liked. As you can see, the paleness of the tea soup suggests how mild its vegetal/herbal taste is, which is probably why I didn't mind the nuttier-than-usual concoction.


Of the plethora of vegetarian joints in Fortune Centre, Burpplers voted this cafe as their go-to. Located on the fourth floor (near the escalators), the nondescript spot is tucked away from the hustle and bustle, offering a lovely oasis to enjoy a quiet, nourishing meal. While prices are on the slightly higher side compared to cheaper options downstairs, New Green Pasture Cafe continues to draw in the crowds for their quality dishes, which are both healthy and flavourful. We like that the dishes are not overly complex, which allows the fresh ingredients to shine. Some of the community's top picks include the Herbal Soup Mee Sua ($8.50), which sees a Chinese herbal broth swimming with hearty ingredients like slippery noodles and juicy straw mushrooms, the Sri Lankan Roll ($8.50) that features spiced potatoes and tofu packed tightly within a toasted wrap, and the Charcoal Noodle Salad ($11). The unassuming dish wowed Burppler Bibi W with its mishmash of flavours and textures — think cold noodles, alfafa, rice crispies, sunflower seeds, carrot and pomegranate, all tossed through with soy-based mayonnaise and sesame sauce.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Bibi W

I knew I'll come back to this cafe! This roll was just toasty skin stuff with generously spiced potatoes and tofu - think Indian spices! Definitely one of the better vegetarian wraps!

More vegan food! This really hit the spot - the soup was extremely flavourful, and the mee sua was exactly as soft as you want it. The bowl was also packed with ingredients, from great Chinese herbs to the best straw mushrooms! Already thinking of a return trip!