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779 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 269758

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11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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09:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

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Being an avid eater of processed food, I must say the food here opened my eyes to “farm to table” and the beauty of fresh food. Tad pricey for my own lifestyle but definitely recommend for those who want a fresher diet!

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This cost SGD20 - is it worth it? How much and how easy to make at home?

Looking for a healthy yet tasty rice bowl? Look no further!

The barramundi is very fresh and cooked just right. To add flavor to this rice bowl, it comes with 2 sauces on the side - pesto sauce and gazapo sauce (some sort of mexican tasting tomato sauce). The pesto sauce is rich and flavourful, while the gazapo sauce adds a nice tang to the rice bowl. There is also a small serving of avocado, tomatoes, cucumbers and onions.

Overall, a very wholesome and yummy rice bowl. Will come back again for more!

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If you love mushrooms and pesto, this is the pizza for you!

This pizza has a very crispy crust, and is filled with generous amounts of mushrooms. The mushrooms are just the right texture - not too chewy, but not too soft. The best part of it is the pesto sauce! Very rich and hearty - one of the best pesto sauces I’ve ever tasted. The eggs are also cooked to perfection, with a runny yolk in the centre.

This is my 3rd time eating it, and it has never let me down!

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This place has a huge expat following and popular to vegan/vegetarian/gluten conscious diners. They do have non vegetarian food as well such as the one pictured and brown rice bowls with barramundi and chicken. I am very impressed with the vegan options. We had the berries vegan waffle and it is really delicious 😋 It has this fragrant coconut after-taste that you might relate to nonya kuehs, and the chewy texture of mochi.


Many vegan cafes in Singapore simply resort to soy as a meat-free alternative, but The Living Cafe takes it up a notch by infusing a myriad of healthy nuts, seeds and grains (not forgetting fresh vegetables too) into their food, making them wholesome and nutritious. Take for example, the RAWoasted broccoli mushroom pizza ($20) has a crust made out of herbs, oats and flax seeds, and toppings of pesto/marinara sauce, vegetables and macadamia cheese. The taste and texture of the crust definitely needed some time to get used to as it isn't crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside like the typical ones; rather, it's slightly hard throughout and requires more chewing. In fact, this texture is also present in the patty of their TLC 'cheese' burger and I guess all that chewing is the reason behind my satiety after a seemingly small-portioned meal.

But the greedy me couldn't resist their tantalising RAW desserts too. Tried the lemon cranberry tart and ganache tart (both $9.50/slice) - while I really loved the flavour and the crisp crust, the filling were too sweet for my liking.

All in all, I really loved the food offerings here and I will definitely come back again to try other dishes (they serve meat too!). The location is really convenient too (just outside Sixth Avenue MRT) but I've to say that the food is really pricey!