35 Hougang Avenue 3
#01-02 Hougang Community Club
Singapore 538840

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Cold Somen in Yuzu Ponzu broth ($10) - the noodles were light and broth was slightly sour and very refreshing! Great to have on a hot day

Hojicha latte ($6) was good and we did a lucky pick ($5) for a random drink and got a You so Fresh consisting of Espresso, yuzu and mint. Not for the faint hearted I would say... 😂

Rating: 7/10

Also recommended by staff, the shiitake cream and cheese blew my mind! 😍 First bite into it, you sense that the sauce is sweet and yummy, then the crispy texture follows and you end off with a bite of the warm shiitake.

Rating: 8/10

Verdict: Yummy and each pc is big! Wld definitely come back for more

Located in hougang cc, I was very surprised to see a long queue on a Sunday evening!

The tofunagi, one of their best sellers and recommended by staff, was amaaaaaaazing it really tasted like unagi but it was made of tofu! Incredible!!!

Love it and definitely a great choice for vegetarians!

Rating: 8/10

Japanese vegetarian food at kovan, delicious japanese katsu curry noodle ,tofunagi don house made dumpling. big portion for all the spread. the shiitake mushroom is big and flavourful. First time trying japanese vegetarian food and soso good,definitely will be back for more 😋🤗

One of my favourite dishes was this and the Yangnyeom Monkey Head Mushroom ($11)!

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Specialty cafes are pretty much of a common find these days — that has been so given how the third-wave coffee movement had hit the shores a number of years back with cafes sprouting up all over the island. That being said, specialty cafes serving up vegan/vegetarian fare is a tough find — Lucky Cat is one of such places that had opened its doors at Hougang Community Club serving up vegan/vegetarian items alongside specialty coffee.

There are really quite a number of items that caught our eyes which we also ended up ordering, including the Konjac Salmon Sashimi and Maki options that are on the menu. Not having had Monkey Head Mushroom before, this was a main that I found to be especially satisfying — prepared upon order, the Yangnyeom Monkey Head Mushroom Don essentially features nuggets of fried mushrooms tossed in a Korean sweet sauce, served atop a bed of short-grain rice with greens on the side. Absolutely loved how well-sized the morsels of mushrooms were sized; gave enough bite and carried a bouncy texture, whilst crisp on the exterior with the batter not being too thick nor thin — the Yangnyeom sauce being aptly sweet without being in any way spicy though came with a slight tang that kept things refreshing and made the whole bowl pretty easy to have. Coupled with the pearly short grain rice, the leafy greens helped to strike a balance and kept the bowl hearty. The entire package was something I felt pretty easy to accept, and is definitely something I would not mind having again if I ever cross paths with Monkey Head Mushroom dishes some day.

Lucky Cat do also serve up a pretty wide variety of beverages often found in specialty cafes — think bottled Cold Brew and even special concoctions such as Espresso Lemon Tonic and Cereal Coffee Cream; a spot worth checking out if you are a caffeine junkie especially even for those who are not too much into having vegan/vegetarian fare.