190 Middle Road
#02-09/13 Fortune Centre
Singapore 188979

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10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

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One of the popular vegetarian restaurants in Fortune Centre, which many people would come here for their yong tau foo.

Many selection of items here available on the shelf to choose from, and you can go with the rice or noodle.

It comes with clear soup which is very comforting to enjoy the meal here. Must dip with their sauce provided as well.

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Was deciding on a vegetarian spot in Fortune Centre and settled at Pine Tree Cafe. Was a tasty and affordably priced bowl that came with mushrooms, mock meat balls, a generous portion of vegetables and a bowl of flavourful herbal soup. Not too much a fan of the fiery chilli as it overpowered the other flavours, but the mee kia was done well with a good bite. Saw that they have ma la xiang guo, yong tau foo and abacus seeds. Will be back to try those next time!


And no I don't mean that it's all vegetables, this stall has minced soy stuffing in their ytf items just like the real thing (in which minced pork or fish paste is used). The soup is very much lighter and less salty, hence making this taste very clean. But I'd say the star of the show here is actually the dry noodles - the chewy U-mian tossed in the sweet and savoury sauce is yummilicious 😋


Fragrant, rich and tasty fried rice with olives. A dish to come back for.

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Simple plate of fried beehoon, savoury seasoning sauce soak into it. Drizzled with sesame seeds.

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my eat clean today with lei cha. so they say pine tree cafe is good, so travel i come to try. boldest burst of fried cai-por (preserved radish) taste among the lei chas i ate, but lends a lovely saltiness to the mix. ingredients are simple at best (wait, no winged beans??) and the mix with rice are enough to eat on its own. tea was smooth but nothing spectacular. definitely a healthy pleaser for the office crowd there but travel again for another bowl? na, there are better and nearer choices in the west.