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Vegetarian Villas (Jurong West St 41)

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Address: #01-264, 479 Jurong West Street 41, 640479
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 29 submissions
Vegetarians (4 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (3 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)

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This is a small vegetarian shop located at HBD shop houses. Walking distances from the lakeside MRT. They serve yong tou fu and zi cha style of vegetarian food. Good value of price for the quality and quantity. It is often crowded as the place is small, and sometimes be sharing table with other patrons. Must try their curry, and Assam fish. Mainly they try to promote healthy eating, so they do not have MSG in their food. Will definite visit again.

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• 28 Jan 2016 • 202 reviews • 2 followers

Good Value

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This is a small vegetarian shop located at HBD shop houses. Walking distances from the lakeside MRT. They serve yong tou fu and zi cha style of vegetarian food. Good value of price for the quality and quantity. It is often crowded as the place is small, and sometimes be sharing table with other patrons. Must try their curry, and Assam fish. Mainly they try to promote healthy eating, so they do not have MSG in their food. Will definite visit again.
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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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