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

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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

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

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From the Burpple community

sour & tangy kimchi i rlly liked this! OmniMeat luncheon tasted so legit. but the JUST egg paled in comparison - very flavourless and limp.

2 Likes

loved the crispy and thick cut fries! bun was kinda plain. it was my first time trying Moving Mountain’s patty and it was surprisingly juicy and meaty! could do with more rendang sauce as it was overpowered by the patty’s “beefiness”

2 Likes

Ordered:
-Omni Golden Fish and Chips ($16++)
-Omni Miso Glazed Classic Fillet ($16++)
-Avocado Maple Oat Milk ($8++)
-Green Forest ($8++)
Total bill with GST and service charge after Burpple 1 for 1 discount for mains & drinks: $28.25

3⭐️
Omni Golden Fish and Chips:
Fish and Chips comes with smash peas and fries.
For the mock fish, I feel this is the closest it can get compared to a real fish. The fish is a little firm and the batter is nice and crispy. It taste like a simple battered fish, lightly salted. This fish goes well with the lemon and tartar sauce.
Fries is just normal fries.
As for smash peas, it is nicely mash with a hint of spice.

3⭐️
Omni Miso Glazed Classic Fillet:
Miso Glazed Classic fillet Is served with Roasted Baby Romaine and Long beans.
The fish feels like the same as the fish and chips except it is slightly more flavourful. I can’t taste the miso flavour probably because it is slightly glazed.
Side vegetables (Roasted Baby Romaine and Long beans) adds on a nice crunchy texture.
The portion is much smaller as there are only 2 fillets compared to the fish & chips which have 3 fillets.

2.5⭐️
Avocado Maple Oat Milk (green drink on the left):
Very sweet because of the maple syrup. Recommended for those with sweet tooth.

2.5⭐️
Green Forest (right drink):
It contains rock melon and green apple. I don’t think it contains any syrup, just the juice only.

Overall, the mock fillets are quite good and it really resembles the real fish fillets except for the non flakiness texture. The food is somewhat towards the expensive side (if without burpple beyond) and I think the portion could be larger. Otherwise, I would recommend this restaurant to my vegetarian friends.

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Green Common is a vegan restaurant in Vivo City with a menu full of mock meat dishes. My friends and I decided to eat here with 0 knowledge that it was a vegan restaurant, we chose it solely because of how pretty the interior decor was 😗 to be honest I was pretty sceptical of the menu because of how expensive everything was, but by then we were too hungry to look for another place.

After a long deliberation, I decided to order the Rendang Burger, which comes with a Moving Mountains mock beef patty, rendang sauce, onions and lettuce, along with a side of seasoned fries and raw veggies in what I believe to be balsamic vinegar.

Of course, the one thing that I have to talk about is the mock meat - does it taste like meat, or mock? Unfortunately, while this patty from Moving Mountains does have the physical look of a meat patty, the taste and texture very obviously give it away. If you've had mock meat from cai fan stalls, you'll know that distinct, chewy, flour-y taste, which is basically what this patty has, but at a lesser scale. Definitely not bad by any means, but I think Impossible still stands as the best mock meat I've had.

Although this is a rendang burger, the actual rendang elements are pretty underwhelming. There's a small layer of onions and rendang sauce, but it's so little that I barely even tasted it - most of the burger just tasted like patty, bread, tomatoes and lettuce. They could be a loooot more generous with the onions and sauce. Despite that, the burger is still pretty tasty, although it did feel like something I could make at home. The burger buns tasted like those buns you could find at supermarkets, and the ingredients are pretty simple too.

The fries were pretty mid too. Even though I had them fresh the moment they were served, these fries still tasted dry and bland, with the only seasoning being a sprinkle of chilli powder. Normally I don't mind eating fries without condiments, but these fries were really so bland and unseasoned that I was scraping them against my burger, hoping to lap up any tiny droppings of the already scarce rendang sauce. Pretty disappointing, to say the least.

It was interesting having a vegan meal on accident, but the hefty price tag is not at all justified. Despite all my criticism, I have come to learn how vegan food can definitely taste good, just that the price is a little too much for me personally.

I tried this before I got Burpple Beyond so if you're craving some vegan food, its definitely a lot more worth it with the 1 for 1 deal!

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It’s my third time back here and we love the food. Vege lovers pizza is my go to, cannot go wrong. Love love love the sweet potato fries, generous serving but wish they could give more truffle sauce. The fish and chips were ok, interesting taste.

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Right out of the way, eating here isn't cheap.

Food here averages about 16 dollars and drinks about 8. That being said, if I had to pay full price, I might still come back. The ambience is bright and calming, and they even serve complimentary lemon water.

Their luncheon meat is even better than the ones you find in the supermarket. Unfortunately, it has the price tag of vegetarian food; if not, I'd be buying a few servings home for my family.

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