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(Closed) LivinGreens


LivinGreens offers a variety of healthy and creative vegan dishes inspired by Asian and Western flavours. Try its mango sushi rolls made from a colourful combination of various vegetables, its brown rice sets and finish the meal with its selection of gluten-free cakes.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 20:30

+65 63965523
$13 based on 24 submissions
Healthy Eating (16 votes), Vegetarians (14 votes), Lunch (13 votes)
LivinGreens Singapore

LivinGreens reopen at 89 Rangoon Rd Urban Lofts#01-04 Singapore 218375.

They operating hour is Mondays to fridays 11am to 3pm and 5pm to 7.30pm Saturdays from 11am to 7.30pm Closed every Sundays and public holidays. 

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Almond Gado Gado2 votes
  • Everything must try2 votes
  • Lasagne2 votes
  • Lentils Salad1 vote
  • Living wrap1 vote
  • Ma Lak1 vote
  • Rice of the day's1 vote
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Based on 24 votes
This the best Nasi Lemak and no coconut milk !
13 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

LivinGreens reopen at 89 Rangoon Rd Urban Lofts#01-04 Singapore 218375.

They operating hour is Mondays to fridays 11am to 3pm and 5pm to 7.30pm Saturdays from 11am to 7.30pm Closed every Sundays and public holidays. 
25 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower


Ordered lentil tofu salad and struggled to find any tofu in it. Hummus tasted strange and did not come with bread, so you have to order bread separately which is unusual. Tea was good.
18 Oct 2012 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Tasty veggie food without pretentiousness

I have visited this cafe twice in about 3 weeks. I have tried the Lasagne and the brown rice set meal. I would highly recommend the Lasagne, although it looks a little "brown" is very delicous with lots of clearly identifiable veggies such as corgeutte and capsicum and tomato. My dining partner had the green curry pasta whihc she rated very highly. My only complaint with LivinGreens is that the portions are on the lighter side and so recommend you have more than one dish. Prices are very good for the quality of food!
16 Oct 2011 • 43 reviews • 20 followers

Extensive vegan menu, average food

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Overall: 6.5/10 (HGW doesn't do a .5...)

LivinGreens is a vegan cafe that offers an extensive menu based on Western and Asian classics. I feel that the length of the menu itself merits a second visit, particularly as I did not try all the must-tries, though the food I tried ranged from an average to above average (though not amazing) quality. Service was friendly and attentive. Portions could have been bigger, but then again I have a huge appetite. Prices were reasonable.

Sides and Starters

Mushroom Soup

Rather bland. It would have been better if mushrooms with a stronger flavour (like baby portobellos and chestnuts) were used.

Xiao Long Bao

Stuffed with various vegetables, the dish was again rather bland and would have been terribly boring if not for the shoyu on the side.


Brown Rice Vermicelli

I only took a bite of it as my Mum was the one who ordered it, but from what I recall, it was delish - the best thing I had on my visit.


The presentation of the lasagna was pleasant and it tasted rather flavourful (it contained tomatoes, mushrooms, capsicum, etc. enhanced by various herbs and spices), but I was not impressed by the texture. The substitute used for the lasagna sheets did not give a satisfying texture and my impression of the dish was simply that it was way too mushy. It would also have been better and more authentic if they had used a cheese substitute - be it soy cheese, cashew cheese, or whatever.

Tomato Mushroom Spaghetti

What you would expect, really. Neither the spaghetti nor the home-made sauce jumepd out at me.


Black Sesame Cake

I love the fact that black sesame was used since this wasn't very common, and the cake certainly tasted very healthy, but it was way too dry.

Conclusion: I love how extensive the menu is, and the prices were very reasonable, but perhaps next time I will go for one of their specials instead - I've heard lots of good things about the place but my visit this time wasn't very memorable.

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30 Sep 2011 • 78 reviews • 0 follower

Living the life!

Opened from 11am till 830pm on Mondays to Saturdays, LivinGreens draws a mish-mash of the health-conscious, chit-chatting aunties, curious teenagers and caucasians.

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Honestly, the team behind LivinGreens has to pull up their socks with regard to the decoration here, because it doesn’t look appealing at all.

My friends would totally shun this place at first look.

Yet, behind this wall revealed a homely-looking dining room with minimalist furniture. As such, the whole restaurant does not seem so intimidating. If you think only Buddhists are allowed in here, the friendly waiters will prove you wrong.

Every single environmentally-friendly dish on the menu is the chef’s own rendition of how a wholesome meal should be. Not to mention, with a menu that changes everyday, animal lovers be glad.

And just in case you pass this restaurant off like any other amateur vegetarian eatery, their WOMEN’S WEEKLY GOLD PLATE AWARD would say otherwise.

We ordered:

1. LivinGreens Brown Rice Set, 7

2.Mango Sushi Roll, 6

3. Almond Gado Gado, 7

4. Mushroom Dumplings, 7.5

Avocado Pudding, 4

I must admit i wouldn’t step into this place if not because of my grandma (who is a vegetarian), however i also must confess that after today’s visit, it will not be my last.

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