Vegetarian (Chinese)


Chinese-style vegetarian food, including many soya beancurd based dishes, rice cakes, red and green bean pastries, mushrooms and nuts.

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Chinatown Complex Food Centre (temp)
Both the Chinatown Complex market and food centre have shifted to a temporary site near the Outram MRT (EW16, NE3) train station. It is a tight squeeze and much stuffier now.

Categories: Chinese, Vegetarian (Chinese), Hawker

Located at #02-219 Chinatown Complex, Blk 335 Smith Street. NOTICE : This food centre is undergoing refurbishing and stalls have been temporarily relocated to a site near Outram MRT since Jul 2006., Singapore 50335
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如意园素食 RuYi Vegetarian

Categories: Chinese, Vegetarian (Chinese), Hawker

Located at Beng Sin Eating House, Block 46-1 Commonwealth Drive (near Tanglin Halt Market & Food Centre)., Singapore 140461
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如意园素食 RuYi Vegetarian

Block 80 Redhill Lane
Ruyi Vegetarian is located in a coffeeshop at this row of 2-storey Redhill HDB shophouses.

Categories: Chinese, Vegetarian (Chinese), Hawker

Located at Stall 4 Blk 80 Redhill Lane, Singapore 150080
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妙善素食小吃 Miao Shung Vegetarian Food

Categories: Chinese, Vegetarian (Chinese), Hawker

Located at #01-672 Circuit Road Cooked Food Centre, Blk 79A Circuit Road, Singapore 371079
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Kwan Inn Vegetarian Food 观音斋

Kwan Inn Vegetarian Food
Kwan Inn Vegetarian Food's most popular dishes seem to be their mimic zhi-char dishes
vegetarian laksa
This hearty bowl of vegetarian laksa costs $2. A decent attempt, considering that no shrimps, belacan or ikan bilis could be used here

Categories: Chinese, Vegetarian (Chinese), Laksa, Yong Tau Foo, Zhi Char, Hawker

Located at Block 134, Geylang East Avenue 1., Singapore 380134
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I'm told this vegetarian eatery was a previous Yummy King winner. It actually consists of a few stalls in a coffeeshop selling various vegetarian dishes that mimic conventional Chinese hawker food. The coffeeshop is at a corner-end of a row of HDB shophouses facing Sims Avenue. Some Buddhist temples are found in this area of Geylang, which explains why you'll see the occasional nun or monk buying their food at this shop. There are zhi-char-style vegetarian dishes, a vegetarian yong tau foo stall and a mixed rice/beehoon stall. Prices are very reasonable from $2 up. I've tried the mixed bee hoon several years ago which didn't leave any impression. A more recent visit saw me having a bowl of laksa which was pretty decent tasting considering that they couldn't use animal-based ingredients and condiments that many a good laksa maker tends to use, such as dried shrimps, mini ikan bilis (chinese silver fish 银鱼) and belacan paste. I'll be back soon for the zhi-char noodle dishes which seem to be popular going by a survey of the diners here.
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