Media Tasting at Vegetarian House
Going vegan does not leave you with just veggies, Vegetarian House also offers from set meals to local favourites. Think of vegetarian Hainan chicken rice, braised duck rice, nasi lemak, biryani rice, mutton rendang, sambal chilli fish alongside with the classic vegetarian dishes like vegetarian bee hoon. We’ve tried Vegetarian House’s signature Hainan chicken rice and Bak Kut Teh and that looked and tasted like they were made from meat! Vegetarian House is managed by the famous Kwan inn Vegetarian.
Spotted Japanese style mixed vegetables tempura cake, fried enoki, seaweed beancurd crispy stick and many more! Deep fried sheets of bean curd skin are stuffed with seaweed, crispy and not overly oily. We’ve also tried curry cauliflower, crispy with a hint of spiciness but that was too oily.
Seaweed Beancurd Crispy Stick at S$4.
The vegetarian bak kut teh smelt so good! I like their vegetarian meat that is filled with lots of chopped mushroom. The soup was light and not overly salty. Don’t forget to add some fried dough fritters!
Local Bak Kut Teh at S$5.50.
I believe chicken rice is one of the favourite local dishes in Singapore. This plate of chicken rice has no meat, a vegetarian version of the chicken rice. And to my surprise, they tasted like the real chicken rice with the oily rice and meat taste. Pssst, it comes with a side of extremely spicy chilli sauce.
Fragrance Chicken Rice at S$5.
Vegetarian House is a decent choice if you’re into vegetarian local food at pocket-friendly prices. A little disappointing as there were some stains on some of the spoons on our visit. It may be challenging to locate Vegetarian House if this is your first visit. The entrance to Vegetarian House is outside of Peoples Park Centre.
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