3 Gateway Drive
#01-08 Westgate
Singapore 608531

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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11:00am - 10:00pm

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There are always long queue at green dot. Luckily went there earlier so not need to wait. Is a healthier choice with the food looks tempting. The drinks also nice. Staff and services are good too. They employ quite a number of senior citizens but they are all very friendly. Will come again!

The Hotpot Set for 1 with Handmade Noodles ($12.90 nett) was either a new addition to Greendot's menu, or perhaps something that I've glossed over/never noticed before. Wanting to try something different, I opted for this as opposed to my usual favourite.

Ordered at the cashier - chose the herbal soup base - & then sat down. Was pretty confused when my meal was served to me & it was a bowl of soup teeming full of ingredients, & another bowl with the handmade noodles inside... Where's the hotpot?

I was expecting something at least like the Minipot Noodles (小碗面) that you get at hawker centres.. With a little candle/fire below the pot. But this wasn't the case. Were my expectations misplaced or unfounded?

I enjoyed my meal while it lasted, especially with the plethora of ingredients in my soup. My favourites are the shiitake mushrooms, white enoki mushrooms, tau pok, & konnyaku crab ball.

However, my general preference is to eat noodles in soup, as opposed to dry noodles with soup on the side. The noodles were served separately for good reason; they were tossed in a soy sauce (too salty for my liking) so I couldn't dunk them in my soup for fear of making everything too salty.

With all that said & done, I'll probably revert to my usual favourite - the Angelica Herbal Noodle with Cordyceps ($7.90 nett). The noodles are served in the soup, & it's cheaper too.

Not a bad meal, just a confusing one & not to my preferences!

💵 Cash/NETS only - no credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀ Al fresco seats available
📶 Free WiFi available (Westgate is a Capitaland Mall)
🙋🏻‍♀ No service charge
🚫 No GST

Slightly cheaper than the fresh mixed mushroom burger $9.90 we tried. We reckon that it might be because of soya patty. To our surprise, cheap can be good or better in this case. It is not as soggy as the mixed mushroom. The sesame bun holds the burger well and the soya patty is laminated with black pepper sauce. 👌
We prefer this to the mixed mushroom burger. For the vegetarian burger, Greendot offers quite a decent price tag with the menu choices. Do give theit burger try for a change! 😉

Gonna stick to vegetarian food for a while though it’s quite a journey for the selections! 😛
No more bento & noodle!! This time we give their burger set a try. 🤩
The mixed mushroom is a Gung Pao Mushroom in Essence. It is so juicy filling that the burger paper can’t hold its juice. Call for 🍴 to rescue!!! If we can request Greendot, we would love to see the lion mane mushroom filling instead so it’s flavour packed and easier to hold! 😁 The burger comes with fries (same system like other burger joints for ketchup & sauce) 🤘
Let’s rock on for rainy Saturday! We also try another burger here, gonna share later...do stay tuned!

Healthy comfort food on a cold rainy day. The Konnyaku fishballs were tasty and had an interesting texture (compared to regular fishballs). The herbal broth was too light for my liking.

Laksa Noodles (Vegan) ($7.5)
Angelica Herbal Noodle ($7.9)

The noodles for both were springy however, we preferred herbal noodles due to the tasty herbal broth which was not overwhelming and not forgetting the chewy Konnyaku Fishballs ! Yum!

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