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Miao Yi Vegetarian Restaurant

3.9

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33 reviews

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This restaurant serves popular local fare done vegetarian-style, with plenty of "mock" meat on the menu.

Daily: 11:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 64671331
$18 based on 57 submissions
Vegetarians (21 votes), Children/Family (18 votes), Dinner (16 votes)
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Tasty Vegetarian Food

I have been to this restaurant on several occassions and always had good experience. It will be wise to make reservation as the place is usually pack even during lunch time on weekdays. Every guests we brought there were pleasently delighted with how simple dishes such as stry fry vegetable can be so tasty.

The cooking is of consistence high standard and service is exercellent.

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• 12 Feb 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Tasty Vegetarian Food

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I have been to this restaurant on several occassions and always had good experience. It will be wise to make reservation as the place is usually pack even during lunch time on weekdays. Every guests we brought there were pleasently delighted with how simple dishes such as stry fry vegetable can be so tasty.

The cooking is of consistence high standard and service is exercellent.
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• 29 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Mums Will Love It

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We were there for my mother in law's birthday celebration. Food was beautifully presented and very tasty. 
Have to mention the sweet and sour pork, aka "ku lou rou"; very simple dish, but my kids did not believe that there was no real meat in it! 
Very satisfying meal! Recommended!
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• 04 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Change after the boss sold business. Good old taste Lost

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Food seems to lose its old good days taste.
The boss has sold business away last year.

He is a very meticulous man when it comes to food quality and service.
He used to lead Chefs with years of experience. However perhaps after he sold the business, his old timers chefs could have retired with him along the way too.

If you are observant enough, you notice the difference in taste then and now.

I think *Happy Realm Vegetarian 素食林*  located at Pearl Center is much better

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