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61 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8
#01-06 Jubilee Square
Singapore 569814

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Thursday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

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Comes to a signature dish of this stall “Tom Yum Bee Hoon”, we do love the tangy (sour soup base) . We enjoy tofu, lady fingers, cucumber & carrot. Prefer this dish to the mushroom udon but again don’t expect the thick creamy soup. It’s clear & sour soup. We would love to see some lime leaves, galangal or anything that signify Tom Yum dish but have found none.
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However, the amount of bee hoon in the bowl is mind blowing. We almost not manage to finish the noodle. Can we trade bee Hoon for tofu please? 🙏😆 All in all it is a value vegetarian eat but we can’t say it is our favourite place.

A decent bowl of udon but taste quite one dimension. We can notice the amount of mushroom going into this bowl: the soup base taste very much like a mixed between rice flour & chopped mushroom. It is thick but we very much want to get some more flavour. The good thing is that the dish is packed with feel good ingredients like tofu, broccoli & cherry tomato, seaweed strips

This dish now allows you to share your love for Cream of Mushroom with your vegan friends. The soup is thick, starchy, and mushroom-y - it's really umami and flavourful. There isn't a lot of ingredients (just three pieces of tofu, cherry tomatoes, broccoli and seaweed), but the soup is the star here.

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Similar to Greendot, Veggie House offers a lineup yummy vegetarian dishes like bento, noodles, and mini hotpot. The Su Gu Cha Rice Set ($6.80) comes with a medley of soy products, mushrooms and mock meat in a clear, herbal-y soup that's very comforting; and the Spring Roll Set ($3.80) is likened to Vietnamese Spring Rolls, with minced soy and fresh vegetables as the stuffing instead of vermicelli and meat. I love the latter a lot, especially with the tangy chilli sauce they come with!

My only gripe is the heavy use of disposables :(

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