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New Green Pasture Health Food Trading

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Vegetarian

11am - 8pm(Closed on Mon), Mon - Sun: 11:00 am - 08:30 pm

+65 63368755
$13 based on 20 submissions
Healthy Eating (6 votes), Vegetarians (6 votes), Lunch (5 votes)
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The thought of bringing our Guest who is a Vegetarian to Fortune Centre was a perfect eyeopener to him. He was amazed by the varieties of Vegetarian food available in Singapore and was somehow had his feet sweep off by the interesting looking food and he kept asking repeatingly to confirm that what he was consuming was actually vegan.

Everyone should have heard of Thunder Rice and its nutritional value. How could an organic stall be one without having such dish on its menu. Well, this is also one of their recommended dishes. Patrons are given the choice of brown or white rice.

If you are going for something soup based, it won't go wrong with their herbal infused mee sua in soup loaded with items like sweetcorn, jews ear, vegetables and tau gua.
Sri Lanka Roll was the dish that left me a strong impression for New Green Pasture. I vaguely recalled and warned my guest  that it was a tad spicy before we all agreed to have this. Simply love its toasted to crisp wrap/roll and the soften diced potato. The luscious curry and vegan mayo gave a perfect marriage to the dish!

Boy! I'm still impressed by New Green Pasture's innovation! This dish is a replica of our traditional "Kang Kong Cuttlefish" in sweet sauce! However ingredients were replaced to suit the vegan's diet. There were riots of texture on the plate. Coral Jelly gave a slimy and QQ texture, while the toasted tau pok, kang kong, cucmber and crackers gave the crunch while tomato and pineapple giving the juiciness in the dish. All of us left a thumb up for this appetizer!

View here http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/01/new-green-pasture.html for complete review.

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• 03 Mar 2015 • 106 reviews • 1 follower

Healthy Way!

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The thought of bringing our Guest who is a Vegetarian to Fortune Centre was a perfect eyeopener to him. He was amazed by the varieties of Vegetarian food available in Singapore and was somehow had his feet sweep off by the interesting looking food and he kept asking repeatingly to confirm that what he was consuming was actually vegan.

Everyone should have heard of Thunder Rice and its nutritional value. How could an organic stall be one without having such dish on its menu. Well, this is also one of their recommended dishes. Patrons are given the choice of brown or white rice.

If you are going for something soup based, it won't go wrong with their herbal infused mee sua in soup loaded with items like sweetcorn, jews ear, vegetables and tau gua.
Sri Lanka Roll was the dish that left me a strong impression for New Green Pasture. I vaguely recalled and warned my guest  that it was a tad spicy before we all agreed to have this. Simply love its toasted to crisp wrap/roll and the soften diced potato. The luscious curry and vegan mayo gave a perfect marriage to the dish!

Boy! I'm still impressed by New Green Pasture's innovation! This dish is a replica of our traditional "Kang Kong Cuttlefish" in sweet sauce! However ingredients were replaced to suit the vegan's diet. There were riots of texture on the plate. Coral Jelly gave a slimy and QQ texture, while the toasted tau pok, kang kong, cucmber and crackers gave the crunch while tomato and pineapple giving the juiciness in the dish. All of us left a thumb up for this appetizer!

View here http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/01/new-green-pasture.html for complete review.
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• 18 Oct 2013 • 3 reviews • 28 followers

New Green Pasture Cafe

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http://bigsmilestyle.wordpress.com/2013/10/06/new-green-pasture-cafe/

On the whole, from the cosy, laid-back atmosphere to the beautifully presented food which is nowadays hard to find at such price, to awesome tasting food, the experience was an extremely pleasant one."
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• 12 Aug 2013 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

New Green Pastures Cafe – Vegetarian in Singapore… a delightful surprise

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Continuing with my search for best vegetarian food in Singapore, here’s another gem I came across over the last week was New Green Pastures Cafe.

 A small, almost camouflaged, and the only eating joint on the 4th level of Fortune Centre, this place is a hidden treasure, literally. Because, vegetarian special café’s, stalls are spread across the entire Level 1 of Fortune Centre, very rarely does one take a detour all the way to the 4th level… just for food… but the journey all the way up, is well worth it! For New Green Pastures Cafe is by far the best vegetarian restaurant in Singapore I have come across.

They have an extremely interesting and very creative choice of vegetarian menu, including some blended Chinese, Hong Kong Style, Western and Japanese, Korean, Thai (etc.) dishes.

For more information about the dishes and the ambiance... do check out my blog: http://spicerover.wordpress.com


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