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Afterglow By Anglow

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Afterglow by Anglow, a new lifestyle concept focusing on healthy living

has recently launched on up-and-coming Keong Saik Road promoting

farm to table plant-based soul food and only partners with artisan

producers from around the world that take pride in their crafts; who

believe that the items and food that they make are meant to be

enjoyed and respected.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 23:00

+65 62248921
$56 based on 8 submissions
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A little pricey raw (not all organic) foods

We missed #MeatlessMonday by a day, but we're trying to make up for it: here's the raw zucchini linguine with tomato sauce and coriander pesto. Like most of the dishes at Afterglow by Anglow, it's a little pricey at $16 (especially when not all ingredients used are organic). But this cold dish has flavour and texture. We just wish it had a little more punch.

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• 16 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Too pricey and not filling.

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I stumbled there when I couldn't find Happy Realm vegetarian around the Outram park area. I was slightly taken aback by the prices, but decided to try it out anyway. I was interested in the potato salad ($15), and so I asked the waiter whether it was filling. He said it was very filling for a lady. When it came, the bowl was big...but very misleading! It was mostly filled with salad greens, together with some pieces of potatoes (probably makes up 1-2 small potatoes). I finished the whole bowl, and it was not filling at all as the waiter claims. The potato salad was nice but it is really not worth the price. I really wouldn't have minded at all if they added more potatoes.
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• 19 Sep 2014 • 296 reviews • 15 followers

A little pricey raw (not all organic) foods

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We missed #MeatlessMonday by a day, but we're trying to make up for it: here's the raw zucchini linguine with tomato sauce and coriander pesto. Like most of the dishes at Afterglow by Anglow, it's a little pricey at $16 (especially when not all ingredients used are organic). But this cold dish has flavour and texture. We just wish it had a little more punch.
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• 31 Aug 2014 • 172 reviews • 7 followers

Yummy vegan food with superb service!

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Thankfully my girlfriend had the sense to make reservation. Afterglow was packed when we arrived. In fact, during our lunch, a few groups were turned away as there were no empty tables or had to settle for the 2 high tables that’s outside of the shop unit.

And from the menu, we ordered:-

1) Carrot, orange, miso, ginger puree soup, $14

2) Raw lasagna with shiitake, $20 – Layers of marinated spinach, zucchini and shiitake mushroom replaced our usual pasta sheets. Served with cashew nut cream, tomato sauce and topped with almond! This was an explosion of flavours and textures. Pretty good!

3) Raw burger with spicy sauce, $20 – The ‘meat patty’ was made of dehydrated carrot. And instead of just carrot, strips of caramelised onion were put into the patty for that extra crunch. And for fries, we were served radish strips in spicy sauce.

4) Deconstructed sushi bowl, $16 – With seasonal pickles, shiitake mushrooms, avocado and wasabi dressing. My absolute favourite! Brown rice was so good that I would be contented just eating it with the dressing. A must try! And make sure the bowl of fillings is mixed thoroughly for an even distribution of the wasabi dressing.

5) Quinoa bowl, $16 – With medley of seasonal vegetables and marinated with local herbs and spices.

6) Man-cho chia pudding, $12.50 – Pudding dessert comprising of mango, coconut and chia.

7) Sunday ‘sundae’, $12.50 – My preferred choice of the 2 desserts we tried. Diced fruits put on top of coconut cream, which had chocolate avo mousse hidden within. So scooping the chocolate from within was almost like opening a Kinder surprise since we couldn’t see it from the exterior. Haha, yah. We din pay attention when the staff introduced the dish to us.

We were very impressed with Afterglow cafe. My girlfriend and I were still gushing about them over Whatsapp after we left. In fact, we liked the place and food so much that we agreed to come by again when my girlfriend is back in town in September.

The cafe also reminded her very much of the vegan cafés in Hong Kong and the States. The decor was of industrial chic. Concrete-washed walls with wooden table tops. I like how they created a cosy and intimate dining affair for diners with tea lights and flowers on every table. And their wood coasters were way too stylo!

Service was superb too! They were polite, attentive, yet non intrusive. They are probably the most efficient eatery I have come across when it comes to topping up our glasses. Maybe I was too engrossed in our conversation, but they moved like shadows. Sometimes I don’t even realise they had filled our cups! And that’s a skill, really. The worst thing a waiter can do is to stick his hand across one’s face in the midst of a conversation!

So yes, Afterglow is a cafe one should check out at least once, even if one is not into eating clean.

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The management of Afterglow By Anglow responded to this review:
03 Sep 2014
Hello Jeanne,

Thanks so much for your glowing review - we are extremely appreciative to customers like yourself. It was our pleasure having you and your friends over! Our 'ninja' waiters are happy to know that they move like shadows =)

Thank you and hope to see you at Afterglow soon!

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