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Vegetarian Villas (Jurong West St 41)

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This is a vegetarian cafe located on Jurong West Street 41. They have another outlet located on Jalan Bukit Merah.

Closed on Wed, Thu to Tue: 6.00pm - 2.00pm

+65 68973977
$8 based on 28 submissions
Vegetarians (4 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (3 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)
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Good and affordable!!

Their HK Claypot rice is really delicious and at an affordable cost! It came with a bowl of sweet corn soup, which was a little bland for me. (Definitely a must try if you go there.)

I also ordered a few other dishes (fried oyster mushroom, claypot tofu, ngoh hiang roll), which are quite normal. I feel that their fried oyster mushroom is a little too expensive for that portion. Their drinks (kopi and teh) a little bland.

The staff is friendly and service is rather good!!! I'll definitely go back again! :)

The HGW community like this place for...

  • HK clay pot rice5 votes
  • Curry Fish2 votes
  • daily herbal soup1 vote
  • 肉骨茶1 vote
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• 18 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good and affordable!!

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Their HK Claypot rice is really delicious and at an affordable cost! It came with a bowl of sweet corn soup, which was a little bland for me. (Definitely a must try if you go there.)

I also ordered a few other dishes (fried oyster mushroom, claypot tofu, ngoh hiang roll), which are quite normal. I feel that their fried oyster mushroom is a little too expensive for that portion. Their drinks (kopi and teh) a little bland.

The staff is friendly and service is rather good!!! I'll definitely go back again! :)
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  • HK Claypot rice & sweet corn soup
• 08 Jun 2013 • 25 reviews • 0 follower

additional 20 cents for a cup of ice

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Food okay. Small restaurant. Price reasonable. We ordered a few cans of coke and a bottle of chrysanthemum tea. However, they do not serve ice for bottled drink and they charge additional 20 cents when we asked for a cup of ice. Totally NOT IMPRESSED! :(
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• 03 Feb 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

very nice food. will go back there to eat again

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very nice food. will go back there to eat again. Do try the clay pot rice if u are ever there. the curry also not bad.
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