630 Bukit Batok Central
Singapore 650630

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10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm


10:00am - 09:00pm

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Looking for a pre-workout snack and my curiousity was piqued by this vegetarian restaurant. I ordered the popiah ($6.50) and artichoke tea ($4.60 for a small pot).

The popiah was quite large but not quite enough to justify that price tag. It was really good tho!! The braised veggies had just the right amount of saltiness. And the lettuce provided a really nice contrasting texture. The peanuts was the icing on the cake, adding that tiny little bit of saltiness and crunch. There was definitely cilantro or parsley somewhere in there. I personally didn't like that, but it is my own preference. (fyi: you can opt for chili but I didn't!)

The friendly shopkeeper informed me that they used molasses for the popiah which had higher nutritional value compared to sweet sauce. He was so nice and explained their specials to me and answering all my questions regarding the restaurant. Really good service.

The artichoke tea however, didn't taste of anything special. It was just a normal teabag tea to me. With a slight veggie-y aftertaste. I wouldn't go for that again, especially given the price.


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Didn't really like the pineapple fried rice (it had a slightly bitter after taste) and there were only 3 small pieces of pineapple in it?! But really enjoyed the Lei Cha which had very fresh, yummy vegetables in it. Would be back again to try their sushi sometime


when you cny feast too much, you lei cha. little oil or if not no oil at all with sweet notes in the rice mix throughout. and the tea behind, they meant business when they say detox.


The thunder tea looks really murky here. But really, full of anti oxidants! Strong matcha and mint flavours. I like how the ingredients are not overly oily, like how some thunder tea rice can be(defeating the whole purpose). Although I don't quite like the mock Ikan billis, I must say this was really therapeutic for my headache!


"i will not even once go near to a lei cha", i swore i said that to myself once. i officially swallow my words now with yet another spoon of optimally lei cha soggified cooked brown rice. lol.

since my insatiable quest for the ultimate lei cha started after a bowl at NTU, i think i found the next contender at sunny.
but i may be biased here. you see, am never big on dried shrimps or anchovies in lei cha as the strong taste in character somewhat dominates the dish. done well and right amount, tossing it in to compliment the astringent taste of the melage of veg and herby soup was still bearable. so can you imagine the fireworks on my head when this true blue vegetarian bowl does not come with the two! in place of them are twig-like fried savory crackling bits which are actually fried mushroom stems! and look cashews instead of peanuts! awweesoommiiccc

at $8.50 a natural sweet bowl of heaven (it really tasted sweet to me alright), this is the most expensive i come across. but hey bet you did not think twice paying that for your fast-food meal right, so what gives.

Vegetarian thunder rice with Brown rice and many nuts