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Mushroom pasta with a hint of truffle.

Quite a nice ambience.

A tasty bowl of ramen, with a hint of truffle. The cabbage soaks up the soup very well, making it taste more trufflery then the other toppings.

The only vegetarian place I can find in great world city.

found a super chill spot right behind northpoint!! but it closes at 2pm daily :(

went for their breakfast set which allowed you to choose either a toast w a spread or one one their fresher baked breads. chose sourdough for the bread and it was an amazing choice as the middle was soft while the edges were crispy. the baguette was rather hard to chew. there was a variety of spreads available including their homemade kaya and butter or the healthier option of avocado which was my pick but they ran out of it. so settled for their kaya and butter which was good as well!! not too sweet and the butter just melts on the toast.

Teh C was rather diluted.

this makes for a really great breakfast spot as it overlooks a reservoir so it’s super surreal and relaxing.

toast + a spread ($2.50)
add on a set which consisted of 2 soft boiled eggs and a drink ($4.5)

I’m not a fan of konjac but the 𝐌𝐈𝐍𝐈 πŠπŽππ‰π€π‚ π’π€π’π‡πˆπŒπˆ 𝐏𝐋𝐀𝐓𝐓𝐄𝐑 ($𝟏𝟎) impressed me with its generous portion (24 slices!!) & how closely it tasted to actual sashimi🍣, esp the salmon!

Although the π“π„π‘πˆπ˜π€πŠπˆ π“πŽπ…π”ππ€π†πˆ ($πŸ–) tasted nothing like unagi, the texture was reallyyy soft☺️

I loved the π˜π€ππ†ππ˜π„πŽπŒ πŒπŽππŠπ„π˜ 𝐇𝐄𝐀𝐃 πŒπ”π’π‡π‘πŽπŽπŒ πƒπŽπ ($πŸπŸ‘) for its huge sweet chunks of fibrous proteinπŸ„ They’re also offered as a side (which I’ll definitely order in the future when I try other mains). There’s also a vegan option for this!

Really enjoyable and filling. Hard to go wrong with this combo of ingredients. In place of meat is mushrooms. The cream cheese is in the corners of the crust.

Given this mimics squid ink pasta, I was hoping for the brininess, but it's just garlic flavour, which wasn't bad, just not seafood. The mushrooms were fantastic, despite my not knowing what species they are. I was really disappointed in the pasta. It was too thick for tagliatelle, and I hate thick noodles.

Headed down here because of the great reviews and their vast menu of Korean vegetarian fare. Quite close to Tai Seng mrt. Cosy ambiance with low tables. Tried the individual pot army stew medium spicy and chock full of ingredients. A hearty vegetarian meal and filling for one. Would come here more often if it weren’t so far for me :(

I wouldn't order something with avocado as the centerpiece but to be fair the other ingredients (sweet potato, pineapple, beetroot etc) and the dressing were good.


Excellent. As good as non-vegetarian... Oh wait, this is vegetarian. The toast was also flawless.