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(Closed) Indinine (Suntec)

Fusion, Vegetarian, Western

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2 votes

6238 6755
$18 based on 2 reviews
Danny Soo • 30 Mar 20083 reviews 1 followers

The restaurant is named after an extract from Chlorella Sorokiniana, an alga that has 5 to 10 times more Vitamin E and beta-carotene than any other algae. The extract is used as an ingredient in the café's drinks. Snazzy menus, reasonable prices and comfortable seating add to the dining experience. Besides enjoying its delectable dishes, one can also chill at the couches, sipping healthy mixers without worrying about the calories.
 
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Creative light bites like papadum surprise combine...

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Danny Soo • 30 Mar 20083 reviews 1 followers

The restaurant is named after an extract from Chlorella Sorokiniana, an alga that has 5 to 10 times more Vitamin E and beta-carotene than any other algae. The extract is used as an ingredient in the café's drinks. Snazzy menus, reasonable prices and comfortable seating add to the dining experience. Besides enjoying its delectable dishes, one can also chill at the couches, sipping healthy mixers without worrying about the calories.
 
Specialties:
 
Creative light bites like papadum surprise combine...

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Suraj Chew • 02 Jul 200729 reviews 13 followers

Being vegetarian inclined but not an avowed one (yet!), I was wondering why the two Indinine establishments haven’t been reviewed here. So we trotted off to the Suntec outlet at the Sky Garden level for lunch. It was a surprise in more ways than one.
 
First surprise. We chose the wrong day. Blasting away in the atrium at a volume that would do a St. James Power Station DJ proud, was a compère trying to entice kids to participate...

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