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Featuring Joie by Dozo, Herbivore, Miao Yi Vegetarian Restaurant (People's Park Centre)
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If Whole Earth sets the standards for Asian vegetarian restaurants in Singapore, then Joie does it for fusion veg, or creative veg, or just veg. All the dishes in the lunch menu are very good; the ‘steak’ made with monkey head mushrooms and the gratin which tastes like French escargots are outstanding. The only weak dish is the charcoal tempura, where the batter is a big thick. Extremely friendly service, and reasonable prices. We will definitely go back to Joie with joy.

If Whole Earth sets the standards for Asian vegetarian restaurants in Singapore, then Joie does it for fusion veg, or creative veg, or just veg. All the dishes in the lunch menu are very good; the ‘steak’ made with monkey head mushrooms and the gratin which tastes like French escargots are outstanding. The only weak dish is the charcoal tempura, where the batter is a big thick. Extremely friendly service, and reasonable prices. We will definitely go back to Joie with joy.

If Whole Earth sets the standards for Asian vegetarian restaurants in Singapore, then Joie does it for fusion veg, or creative veg, or just veg. All the dishes in the lunch menu are very good; the ‘steak’ made with monkey head mushrooms and the gratin which tastes like French escargots are outstanding. The only weak dish is the charcoal tempura, where the batter is a big thick. Extremely friendly service, and reasonable prices. We will definitely go back to Joie with joy.

The food looks amazing, and tastes as delicious as a good version of the real thing, from sashimi to unagi to ramen. Only the tempura is less than succulent. They should try to make mock uni. Excellent service.

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The food looks amazing, and tastes as delicious as a good version of the real thing, from sashimi to unagi to ramen. Only the tempura is less than succulent. They should try to make mock uni. Excellent service.

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The food is not bad. The green vegs and clear soups (like the seaweed soup) tend to be more flavourful than the mock meat dishes. However, this is much less refined than say, Whole Earth, which kind of defines the standards for vegetarian restaurants in Singapore.

The food is not bad. The green vegs and clear soups (like the seaweed soup) tend to be more flavourful than the mock meat dishes. However, this is much less refined than say, Whole Earth, which kind of defines the standards for vegetarian restaurants in Singapore.

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Farting is healthy (the wet type, less so)

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