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Monday, 22 June 2015

Green Dot - vegeterian so fresh

Date of visit: 08.03 & 18.06.2015



I am more receptive to vegetarian food since my last visit to Vegan Burger.

While Vegan Burger is western vegetarian, I found oriental vegetarian at Paya Lebar Square.
It was surprisingly crowded.

First visit with hubby -

Orders have to be made and paid at the cashier.  Behind the cashier is the entire kitchen, visible for all diners.

Looking into the clean uncluttered kitchen was enjoyable while I was at the short queue.

The vegetarian battleships were very attractive looking, but we ordered something else...

Here's what we had -
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Fruits and Tea (Promotion set) S$8.90
Some soothing chinese tea instead of lattes and coffee.  Fruit bowl filled with grapes, kiwi and dragon fruit slices.

Black Pepper Soya Burger S$6.50
Hubby loves anything and everything with black pepper sauce.  It tasted like a meat burger, price was pretty reasonable too.

Mushroom Pot Set S$8.90
Mine came with a big leaf of lettuce as a blanket for the big bowl of soup lolxx...

Pulled off the blanket lettuce, this was how the soup looked like:
It's herbal soup base with tau pok, vegetarian meat and prawns, carrots, tomatoes, mushrooms and cabbage, so much ingredients and they were so fresh!  The herbal soup was really tasty without being overwhelming.  Hubby hates herbal soups for the bitter after taste but he "approved" this lolxx..  It was so damn good that I buay paiseh requested for a refill.  But the refill was somehow more diluted and the taste was different.

Vegetarians cakes were available if you need desserts!

The second visit was with 2 girlfriends -

This time orders were made on the phone screen then paid at the bar counter.  But I noticed not all tables have the devices, maybe it's still on trial.

I sort of "force" my friends to have battleship, heehee....  There were only 2 choices in the menu, 2 pax pot or 4 pax pot.  We decided to order the 2 pax herbal soup base pot (the other 2 choices were tom yum and laksa), hoping we could have a successful slim diet, we were just deceiving ourselves >.<

The pink fuel jelly (not sure of the actual name) looked edible.

Mushroom Pot for 2pax S$29.90
The set came with -
* a pot of tea, we chose Oriental Beauty (not sure what it is, but drinking beauty sounds fab, so that's the choice),
* 2 bowls of brown rice (white rice also available)
* fruit platter

The basket was so filled up that we had to pick from the top with caution lolxx...  The herbal soup base was as good as before.

When the pot was almost cleared and we were only 3/4 full, we went purchase a pack of tofu and prawns.  Yes, they have a display fridge of frozen vegetarian items for sale.  But I forgotten to take pics of the packets >.<

Hokkaido QQ Tofu S$3.50

Vegan Big Prawns S$4.50
The crews were so nice to cut open the packets, put them into bowls and even rinse off the ice for us.  And we were told that we were the first customers who purchase and add onto the pot.  Normally customers purchase to bring home.  Of course but of course, we are smart eaters lolxx....

Desserts!
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Cookies N Cream Cake S$5.50
Strawberry Sweetheart Cake S$5.50
I wonder why they are called cakes when there isn't any trace of sponge?!?   They passed well as ice-creams, chocolate was rich, not too bitter, strawberry was a balance of sweet and sour.

Healthy with great taste, nice ambience, warm and sincere service without service charge and most importantly, pocket friendly.

They have 2 other outlets at Bedok Mall and Westgate, not sure if the standard is the same.  Will update if I pop by Bedok Mall, Westgate is too far for me liao.


Green Dot
60 Paya Lebar Road
#02-15/16/17 Paya Lebar Square
Singapore 409051
Tel: 6702 2221

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