Afterglow features nuts as a main ingredient and that is unlike usual vegan eateries that rely heavily on tofu and beans.
The only downside is the steep price for a rather small serving.
Ordered a bowl of the much raved about and I can see the hype about it. Other than the local Singaporean delights, Loving Hut has an interesting fusion menu.
The broth that is filled with fish cake and tofu as your ‘liao’ is so fragrant and the noodles are persistently chewy and silky – simply delicious. From western to Asian to desserts to coffee to juices to beers – Whatever you can think of, they have it.
These pancakes are dense and chewy, almost like the texture of a mochi.Located right outside Clarke Quay MRT Station inside The Central Mall, this could be your new healthy go-to meal option in the area.The menu is on the pricey side but the food was awesome enough, so no complaints.They offer juice cleanse packages, as well as occasional food sharing / community workshops.Pita Pan is right opposite the Art Science Museum, making it a perfect place to grab a guilt-free bite after viewing an exhibition.Oh yea definitely not forgetting the wide range of snacks (chocolate bars, chips, cookies) available at their counter, the lasagne, portobello burger, as well as the chicken rice are popular choices as well.Only downside is that this lovely restaurant is located really far away from the MRT, so getting there might be slightly inconvenient.Real food is actually a cafe and a grocer at the same time so you can find heap loads of vegan thingamajigs here.From chocolate bars to potato chips to shampoo, you’ll be surprised at what you can find here.That said, the sauce tasted great and the pasta dish was seasoned well! Mushrooms were sauteed with onions and garlic, and served on a garlic toast which was surprisingly yummy.The dish looked quite simple but the toast was really crunchy and flavourful.