HungryGoWhere Singapore Food Guide, Restaurants, Eating Guide and Reviews - HGW
Search the site
86%100%7 votes

Teng Bespoke Japanese Vegetarian Dining

3.7

Eatability rating

6 reviews

Write a review
AsianJapaneseVegetarian

Book a Table

Book Now
Teng Bespoke Japanese Vegetarian Dining is serving authentic Japanese Vegetarian cuisine.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 22:00

$28 based on 7 submissions
Ala Carte (3 votes), Vegetarians (3 votes)
Share on
airfox

Won't disappoint if you curious

There already comprehensive reviews by hungryangmo about this place which you can read for detail information. I only want to add this place won't disappoint if you are curious. Quality is high, some food pretty straightforward (avocado sushi, cold noodle), but some food is not easy to understand (fish sushi, unagi ). Go ahead and Give it a try.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Fine Wheat Noodle1 vote
  • King Mushroom1 vote
  • Mocha Chip Blended1 vote
  • Smoked Duck with Mushroom1 vote
  • Tofu Cake1 vote
Community submitted Favourites:
Overall
Based on 6 reviews
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service

Similar Listings

Delete Photo

Are you sure you want to delete this photo?

07 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Teng Bespoke Japanese Restaurant

It was our 1st time dining there. we reach there at about 2:10pm, just seat down and start to look at the menu, given the first words of the waitress' mouth was not any greeting or welcome note but "we are going to take the last order 20min by now, make your order fast". We done our order within 2-3min. simply just try their SET MEAL. But i had waited for my meal for more than 30min. As there are only left a few tables in the restaurant, i had noticed that even the customers arrived after me had gotten their food. I can't say the food is good. But the service is really much below expectation. 

Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service
12 Jun 2014 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

Won't disappoint if you curious

There already comprehensive reviews by hungryangmo about this place which you can read for detail information. I only want to add this place won't disappoint if you are curious. Quality is high, some food pretty straightforward (avocado sushi, cold noodle), but some food is not easy to understand (fish sushi, unagi ). Go ahead and Give it a try.
Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service
23 Apr 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

One of the better Japanese vegetarian restaurants in town

For the full review and pictures, head on to VeganAsh.
---
Teng is a Japanese vegetarian restaurant opened last year in Sunshine Plaza that is similar in concept to Herbivore just across the road – think vegetarian / vegan replicas of mostly common Japanese dishes (along with some Singaporean Chinese dishes) and simple, pleasant deco. No eggs, onion or garlic are used but dairy is used – in particular, vegans should watch out for mayo in the sushi. Service was efficient and helpful. Japanese Yam

Slices of crunchy, subtly sweet, raw Japanese yam, served with a light shoyu-based sauce and topped with seaweed, made for a light and refreshing starter. ($5) King Mushroom

The firm, chewy and meaty king oyster mushroom strips were perfectly complemented by sweet and savoury teriyaki sauce. Recommended. ($10) Five Kind Sashimi
...the Five Kind Sashimi plate is an assortment of mock tuna, salmon, shrimp, squid and abalone. The mock tuna, salmon and squid, made from mung bean powder, mostly differed in terms of their food colouring, and they were barely distinguishable in terms of taste and consistency. Like the mock shrimp, they resembled softer versions of fish cake. The mock abalone was a bit chewier and was a tad too salty. All in all, the sashimi wasn’t particularly impressive and certainly not worth the price. One could try it for the novelty but don’t expect much. ($32) Avocado Maki Sushi roll with mock tuna, cucumber and mock prawn, topped with avocado. This tasted as unexceptional as it looked. It was also very disappointing that the restaurant did not bother to use sushi rice for any of its dishes. Vegans should take note that this usually comes with mayo. ($12) Unagi Maki This fared much better than the avocado maki – avocado and cucumber rice rolls were topped with soft and slightly crispy mock unagi, and topped with sweet unagi sauce. ($12) Mix Vege Tempura

Tempura made with fairly fresh sweet potato, eggplant, enoki and shitake mushrooms, and – best of all – crunchy lotus root. The tempura ought to have been crispier, but it was commendable effort nonetheless. ($9) Paper Claypot The paper claypot came with mostly soy-based products (like mock squid balls, dumpling, and mock prawn) with some lettuce, cabbage, carrot and enoki mushrooms in a vegetable broth.  ($13) Mix Vegetables with Tofu (Hot Plate) Firm tofu with broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, tri-colour strips of capsicum, tomatoes and shimeji and black fungus mushroom, served in a light yet flavourful sauce. ($10) Conclusion: I found Teng Bespoke to be superior to Herbivore. Go for the dishes made with more natural, whole foods, which were far more interesting and palatable than any of the processed faux sashimi / seafood. 
--- For the full review and pictures, head on to VeganAsh.
Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service