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Real Food (Killiney)

2.9

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18 reviews

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AsianFusionVegetarian

Real Food is a cafe which serves healthy meals and snacks. Real Food also offers for sale, organic and macrobiotic products ranging from fresh regional/local produce, dried food, healthy snacks, supplements, condiments, home care, skin care and children care.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 67379516
$18 based on 25 submissions
Quiet (7 votes), Brunch (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes)
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One of my favourite vegetarian cafes in SingaporE!

I love Real Food for its simple yet amazing tasting organic dishes. They have many healthy options and whether it is vegan/gluten-free etc are all clearly indicated in the menu. My favourites: 
1) Wheatgrass green apple juice
2) Brown Rice Vermicelli
3) Stuffed Veggies Salad

Real food is in my top list of restaurants with vegan/vegetarian options. Read more at: 
http://www.eatprayflying.com/real-food/

http://www.eatprayflying.com/eatprayflyings-top-5-veganvegetarian-restaurants-in-singapore-and-more/

The HGW community like this place for...

  • dumpling noodles dry3 votes
  • Dumpling Soup2 votes
  • mushroom aglio olio2 votes
  • A-B-C1 vote
  • Fried Dumplings1 vote
  • Organic Potato Wedges1 vote
  • mushroom1 vote
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• 25 Feb 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

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The only thing real about this place is how real slow it is. I cannot imagine how one can take so long to prepare juices when there is only 1 customer in line.
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• 30 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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All 20 of us arrived about 15 minutes late. Granted, we were supposed to turn up on time since your food has been 'painstakingly prepared'. Waitress made extra sure to remind me of that. Thrice.
 
 Our mains came sporadically with some colleagues receiving their food 30 mins before the rest. Oddly, the mains came before appetizers and soup. Food is extremely underwhelming and exceedingly bland. The Organic Mushroom Aglio Olio took the longest and tasted like the Sahara desert. The only saving grace were the fried dumplings and potato wedges.
 
 Beautiful ambiance, too bad it's marred by terrible food and sub-par service.
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• 08 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Waited 20 minutes for someone to take my order. Nobody showed up so left the place. When I left, there were no staff on the floor - not even at the cash counter. Very disappointed. Registered on this site just to share this bad experience.
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