Vegan Sweet Potato & Chickpea Buddha Bowl

$19.00 · 7 Reviews

On the corner of Stanley Street is a cosy 40-seater bistro that serves up hearty veggie bowls that are far from bland or boring. Fill your tummy with their massive Vegan Sweet Potato and Chickpea Bowl ($19) composed of beetroot hummus, quinoa, tahini and tofu-avocado mix. If you're dining with a meat eater, they can still eat clean (it's carb-and-gluten-free) with their Zoodle Bolognaise ($18) which stars zucchini noodles buried under the deliciously chunky bolognaise sauce.
Photo by Burppler Gwendolyn 000

I went for the Rebel Buddha Bowl ‘Vegan Sweet Potato and Chickpea’. A big hearty bowl with quinoa, tofu avocado mix, beetroot hummus, chickpeas, sweet potatoes with a tahini dressing. I was really disappointed with the flavours of meal. They didn’t go together at all and it was as if they had randomly picked things that looked and sounded good together without ever having tasted the finished article. The hummus was insipid and sickly and it’s flavour clashed with the chickpeas which were in a curry sauce, and was too sweet together with the sweet potato. All on all I wouldn’t have it again. The Green Matcha Mylk made with coconut milk on the other hand was delicious, would return for that alone..
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📍Kitchen by Food Rebel, Stanley Street.
🍽 Vegan Sweet Potato and Chickpea Rebel Buddha Bowl.
💵 SGD19++
📊5/10
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The husband ordered this.. It was a part of their lunch set special.. Came with pumpkin soup and a drink! The sweet potato fries were finished first, of course. The chickpea burger was crispy but a little bland.. That's when the beetroot sambal came to the rescue..
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All-in-all, a good looking dish but failed to impress my spice-loving husband.. But if you feel like a burger without the calories.. This works!!
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This cosy 40-seater cafe in Telok Ayer is perfect for #eatclean lunches. Owned and run by health coach Elika Mather, the cafe menu features made-from-scratch items that are free from hidden sugars, preservatives or chemicals. There are also plenty of vegan and non-vegetarian dishes, with options catering to diners with gluten, dairy and nut restrictions. Swing by for their filling and hearty Vegan Sweet Potato & Chickpea Buddha Bowl ($19) on Meatless Mondays. The gluten-free, quinoa-based dish comes with a little of everything including fresh rocket, spiced chickpeas and beetroot hummus. Alternatively, up your protein intake with their Chicken Protein Buddha Bowl ($19) that comes topped with tender hormone-free chicken, and then sip on an anti-inflammatory Turmeric Latte ($6) for dessert. Pro tip: Indulge in chit chat with the passionate servers — many of them have an inspiring story or two to share.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Gwendolyn 000

It may not look much but this is a bowl of goodness. Their hummus is SO GOOD, SMOOTH AND CREAMY. Some hummus comes with this layer of oil and this one doesn't have that at all, yet the texture is so smooth and comes with the strong fragrant of chickpea. I was eating it so slowly because I didn't want to finish it at all. The bowl comes with an assortment of fresh vegetables sprinkled with sesame and of course, the chicken. I love how healthy and fresh they taste. Not too sure if it's just me but the hormone free chicken does taste different from the typical chicken I've had before. It could also be the flavoring of it though, which I couldn't quite pinpoint but it seems to come in a slight shade of yellow. Oh well. THIS IS A MUST TRY. I ordered the Acai Smoothie and expected it to be in typical smoothie texture but it came more as a juice than anything else. Hence, I suggest skipping out on that. This was a good meal nonetheless and I'd return without a doubt.

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This cosy 40-seater cafe in Telok Ayer is perfect for those who have 'eat clean' on their list of new year resolutions. Owned and run by health coach Elika Mather, the cafe menu reads like a dream for healthy eating enthusiasts. The dishes are all made from scratch with no hidden sugars, preservatives or chemicals, and there are plenty of options that are organic and free from gluten, dairy and nuts. On Meatless Mondays, try their Vegan Sweet Potato & Chickpea Buddha Bowl ($19), a quinoa-based dish that comes with a little of everything including rocket, spiced chickpeas and beetroot hummus. They also have a non-vegetarian Chicken Protein Buddha Bowl ($19) that comes with a piece of tender hormone-free chicken. Sip on an anti-inflammatory Turmeric Latte ($6) while you share a piece of their gluten-free Carrot Cake ($8) for dessert. Pro-tip: Ask the servers any healthy food questions you may have — they're knowledgeable and so eager to share!
Avg Price; $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Leigh Khoo

Perfect for Meatless Mondays, this Buddha bowl is nourishing, tasty and great for eat clean enthusiasts! Sweet potato cubes, quinoa, spiced chickpeas, cherry tomatoes, rocket, avocado-tofu mash and beetroot hummus all come together for a yummy lunch. Love that it's gluten-free too!

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