1 Harbourfront Walk
#01-169/170 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 06:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 06:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 06:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 06:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 06:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 06:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 06:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Sweet potato fries were really crispy & yummy! 😋

If you are a fan of sweet potato fries, you can get it at $6++ 🤩

Filling, healthy & super worth it with 1-1!
There’s lunch promo happening right now too.

Delicious vegetarian food that even my meat lover husband and son enjoyed. We ate the Beyond burger and kimchi fried rice. They even gave a free appetizer! But what impressed me the most was when I accidentally left a baby food container behind their waiter actually came looking for us a long distance away to return it!

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never rly noticed this place bc it’s tucked in a corner at vivo and just appeared on burpple! was such a pleasant surprise knowing it’s a sustainable diner offering completely vegan and meatless options!! firstly the vibes of the place were so refreshing and bright, filled with lots of sunlight n greenery. we were given a complimentary plate of what seemed like eggs with teriyaki sauce and seaweed. (we looked around and realised everybody got a plate too.) a little more rubbery than normal eggs but still quite delicious with the sauces. we got the fish and chips and kimchi fried rice. the mock fish rly resembled real fish, in terms of taste, smell and texture (ok more towards fish paste)!!! was super impressed by how juicy and crispy it was 🤩 was also accompanied by tar tar sauce n pea purée to add some subtle flavours. the kimchi fried rice was pretty good too; didn’t have that typical kimchi taste but it was still packed with flavour. the fake spam was a little weird tho lol it tasted like burnt plastic after a while 🥴 the burpple offer comes with a free drink too so we got the peanut butter banana smoothie! definitely not worth $4, and didn’t have the smoothest texture, but was still a good sweet drink to compliment the savouriness of the dishes. overall 8/10 i rly enjoyed eating n knowing eco-conscious meals can be rly yummy too!!!

they also hv a small grocery section for u to buy frozen fake meats, veggie chips, plant-based milk, and other cool green things!!!!! (tho a little on the pricey side but if ur all abt that then good for u!)

Random craving for Vegetarian and came across this restaurant in Vivo. Not the most affordable vegetarian food but the quality and portion size of the food made it worth. Definitely will be back!

We enjoyed our visit to Green Commons and would recommend it for the quality of the food. It is also a great place to try different types of meat-alternatives as they offer a wide variety. You can even shop for the ingredients used in your meals. Paid $31.80 for 2 mains and 2 drinks with burpple beyond.

1. (left) Meatless Meatballs Arabiatta $14++: A well-balanced plate of pasta that is both tart and sweet in the right amounts. The noodles were firm with a nice chew to it. A generous amount of meatballs (mix of OmniMeat and Beyond Meat) were given. However, we thought that the soy taste was more pronounced than expected and the texture could also be improved. A great plate nonetheless which I savoured up till the last bite.

2. (top) Planet Army Stew $19++: It is a good vegetarian take on army stew and captured all the elements to it. The savoury soup was mildly sour and spicy. The Beyond meat burger matty is surprisingly beefy and adds flavour, while the OmniMeat luncheon is nicely wok hei-ed, albeit slightly sweet. The dish came with plenty of ingredients.

3. (right) egg: We were given a free omelette which we assume was made of Just Egg, a mung bean-based egg substitute. The dish tasted quite like egg and the texture was pretty similar to a well-done omelette as well, which we were pleasantly surprised by. The toppings were reminiscent of takoyaki.

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4. Singapore Sling PG 13 $8: A pineapple based drink which was a tad too sour.

5. Latte (iced) $7: A smooth cuppa that is light on acidity and strength. The sweetness of the oat milk complements the coffee and I didn't need to add brown sugar syrup that was served on the side.

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