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Forest Dew Vegetarian Restaurant

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Located at Bendemeer Road, Forest Dew Vegetarian specialises in Vegetarian Food.

Mon to Sun: 11.00am - 10.30pm

+65 62939579
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Simply Delicious Ee Mee @ Forest Dew

I heard about many good comments about Forest Dew few years back, as I

had stop food blogging for a long while, I don’t hunt for vegetarian food

anymore. I am contented with home cook food and whatever good vegetarian food

from vegetarian or non-vegetarian eateries that I can find around me …

Going to Forest Dew was a little new discovery when I discovered another

route to a place I wanted to go. And the

first dish that I ordered from Forest Dew is Ee Mee @ S$4 and that was simply

delicious and on subsequent visits, Ee

Mee is still what I ordered.

Forest Dew is a little cosy vegetarian eatery serving good selection of simple and delicious

vegetarian food.

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Simply Delicious Ee Mee @ Forest Dew

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I heard about many good comments about Forest Dew few years back, as I

had stop food blogging for a long while, I don’t hunt for vegetarian food

anymore. I am contented with home cook food and whatever good vegetarian food

from vegetarian or non-vegetarian eateries that I can find around me …

Going to Forest Dew was a little new discovery when I discovered another

route to a place I wanted to go. And the

first dish that I ordered from Forest Dew is Ee Mee @ S$4 and that was simply

delicious and on subsequent visits, Ee

Mee is still what I ordered.

Forest Dew is a little cosy vegetarian eatery serving good selection of simple and delicious

vegetarian food.

Overall
Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service
  • Simply Delicious Ee Mee @ S$4

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