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New Green Pasture Cafe serves pure vegetarian food. continue reading
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Level4 2015-04-17
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.Based on my recommendations and since my last visit in 2013 with New Green Pasture had left a good impression, we brought him to the exact same place instead of other - afterall Fortune Centre is a place full of eateries for the vegans.Interior of New Green Pasture stays the same, nothing much changes since my last visit with pictures of their dishes pasted all over the walls for illustration. When further asked if they do offered Cze Char Style Vegetarian Food, the lady boss brought out her concern on organic food. She explained that Organic Food should be served in simple cooking method to refrain themselves from losing its nutritional values.Beverages are in packed form, 100% with no added preservatives and can be taken from the chiller near the entrance.Those who are ordering meals get to enjoy a bowl of soup at a dollar. The soup was tasty filled with nutritious herbs, dates and pumpkins. Soup is required to be of self service by the patrons and can be obtained from the pot near the utensils counter. All was good except that this additional 1 buck does not entitled us for refilling the soup. I'm kind of missing the taste of their Hainanese Noodle, being so and here it is! Though gravy was not as much as before, they still tasted as good, full of texture! This Signature Dish is still maintaining its reputation yah.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. Apparently my guest had chosen the brown rice. After a few sips of the tea gravy, he began to pour the whole bowl of it into the rice. Luckily, it suits him and everything on the bowl was cleared.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!New Green Pasture do even have the Japanese Cuisine in Vegetarian form. My view coming from a non-vegetarian: stunned. Now it sound that nothing is impossible - anything that can be found in non-vegetarian restaurant can be in vegan's menu too.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!It was really enjoyable to experience vegan's diet throughout my guest's visit. Though the Taupok salad may sounds boring, the dish itself did the contrast! Toasted Taupok were crispy and overly filled with shredded vegetables like purple cabbages, carrots and green cabbles drizzled with mayonnaise sauce.With such interesting dishes available in New Green Pasture, there is no reason not to visit them again!Taken from http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/01/new-green-pasture.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-06
I’ve had their Thunder Tea Rice before and liked it, hence when I was in the vicinity and was looking for a snack, I decided to drop by to try their Sri Lankan Roll as I’ve heard people rave about it before. The Sri Lankan Roll $7 was essentially a tortilla wrap with vegetables, diced potato, tofu, mock meat and curry sauce inside. There were also some cucumber slices in between each portion, topped with some mayonnaise sauce. This was really substantial and tasted really good, though a little spicy for me. I believe even meat-lovers will take to this dish. continue reading
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Being a non vegetarian, I'm quite keen on Vegetarian Food whenever I heard good comments about a particular vegan eatery. Just like New Green Pasture Cafe, sometimes back they were on the local TV Program. The cafe is located in the famous Fortune Centre, an abode for the vegetarian eater at the 4th level.As I stepped into the eating joint, it had given me a good ambience with its cosiness and laid-back style. Along the pathway to the cashier/ordering counter, you will get to see many interesting dishes photo pasted on the walls. They offes a range of cuisines, including Chinese, Western, Korean, Thai. What an impressive menu they had, it just make me feel like trying all.The seatings were rather limited, luckily there was not much people during our visit as we were quite early for dinner. The dining area was simple with a door linking to their store.Although the foreceiling looked abit run down, the place was tidy and airy. Air was well ventillated by Fans and air-con.Look at its rack of organic items, enjoy exploring a wide range of nutritious items at the back of the cafe.Patrons had to make their order from the counter and food will be delivered shortly after payment.I'm quite a herb person and this bowl of Herbal Mee Sua was delicious. The herbal taste had infused the entire bowl which somehow drowned myself into such a wonderful dinner. Herbal Mee Sua was make up of sweet corn cob, mushrooms and vegetables, not forgetting the wolf-berries and herbs. Another spot on! Orh Lua Mee Sua, the vegetarian way! The bowl of mee sua tasted very close to the non vegetarian. What's more they had it with vinegar and coriander leaves added, enhancing its taste as well as fragrance. This dish was actually ordered by my friend who freak out upon hearing that we would be having vegetarian for dinner that night. He practises carnivorous eating style but was rather pleased with the bowl of vegan delicacy. Come with thick white bee hoon, with bamboo shoots, Tau Ki, carrots as well as egg. Having tried its broth, I'm rather amazed by its standard. The long awaited dish which was served only after we had finished the food. They took a real long time to prepare the delicate roll. The first look at it had won me over as it was beautifully presented. It tasted like curry puff to us just that it was well executed in crepe and rolled up with cucumber slices placed in between the cut portions with the luscious mayo sauce to touch up the dish.Look at the curry with the potatoes cubes as well as mock meat. Can you tell the difference if it wasnt from a vegetarian stall? Forget about the long waiting time, this is worth waiting for! The outlook of Sri Lankan Roll looked similar to one of the sushi dishes from Sushi Tei but this is a healthier version , tasty with a little bit of spiciness. What a lovely creation!Out of so many vegetarian eateries I went to, I find that New Green Pasture is considered very interesting for its range of food order. And with its unpretentious and homely food, it's definitely a place where one can make repeated visits to. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-07
Having read the good reviews about this eatery, I decided to give this place a try.I ordered the Thunder Tea Rice as I've heard that it has a lot of health benefits. It's a dish I've not tried before and having heard that it's an acquired taste, I was really hoping I'm one of those who will like the taste.The Thunder Tea Rice consisted of a bowl of green tea/basil blend and a bowl of rice topped with many ingredients such as tofu, mushrooms, crunchy vegetables and nuts. I first tried the blend of basil and green tea which tasted kinda strange to me. However after I poured the entire bowl onto the rice and mixed everything up, I could no longer taste that strange flavour. Instead, all the ingredients, rice and green tea/basil went very well together. I especially loved how there was a crunch in every mouthful from the veg and peanuts.The eatery also provides soup, which you could scoop by yourself and donate however much you like - proceed go to the Vegetarian Society (Singapore). The soup of the day was old cucumber soup and it was extremely flavourful.Will definitely return for it's healthy and delicious food! continue reading
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Level1 2013-05-19
Looking for vegetarian meal? Fortune Centre in Bugis is definitely a place to go. There are at least 5 to 6 vegetarian café or restaurant in this building. For today's lunch, my daughter and I went to New Green Pasture Cafe. This café cum organic food shop is located on the 4th floor in the Fortune Centre. Part of the shop is a café where they serve food that are organically grown with low fat, low salt and msg free. The other part of the shop is selling organic food product such as organic vegetables, organic fruits, brown rice and etc. It is a small café and there was only one lady that helps to serve food, take orders and do cashiering duties. With just a handful of customers, she was already extremely busy walking around the café serving customers. Although she was extremely busy, she never forgets to put on her smile to greet the customers. Sometimes she even slow down her pace and ask the customers for feedback on the food. This little small act leaves a deep impression in me. We ordered an organic honey lemon to share. This drink was served with a warning from the lady server. As the lemon that they use is grown organically, it is actually more sour than the normal lemon. Just one sip of the drink, sent both our faces twitching away >.< It is too sour for our taste and the lady is kind enough to add in more honey for us to dilute the sourness. Here comes our lunch. Japanese Soba Set is the set meal of the day. The noodle with seaweed had a delicious fragrance smell of sesame oil and my daughter love it! Unlike the miso soup from other place, the miso soup that they served came with a lot of ingredients inside it. Tasty slurrp. The salad (bottom right) has a refreshing prune like taste. As for the other 2 dishes, the chef just wrapped some ingredients together in a seaweed to make it look like sushi. Our last dish was sushi rolls. The Chef definitely takes the time to decorate the sushi nicely on the plate with all the green vegetables and carrots. When this dish was served, a strong vegetable kind of smell hit our nose. Taking the first bite, a sour prune kind of taste burst out from the sushi into the mouth. Nice, not your ordinary kind of sushi. However my daughter being a meat lover finds this dish too ''grassy'' for her taste. The whole meal cost less than $40. At the same time, you can enjoy a healthy delicious meal. Definitely will go back again to try out other dishes. continue reading
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