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<br>O'Bean is Singapore's first organic soya store that advocates good taste in healthy eating. The USP of O'Bean is the removal of purine from its Puresoy organic soy bean, making it safe for daily consumption by people with gout, arthritis and diabetes. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 21:30
Payment Methods
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Cash Only
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Signature Dishes
Signature Soya Porridge Soya Ramen with Dumplings Black Marbles
Review (5)
Level1 2015-06-22
My friends and I have been here on several occasions. Although most of us are not vegetarians, we are still coming back for more. The main reasons are they serve good and healthy food, not too 重口味 like some other vegetarian food, plus the service is great. Something special about their food is that most of them contain soya, but you won't be able to tell when you are eating them because the soya taste is not that strong. Some of the photos taken:Thai tofuSignature Soya Porridge (which is one of my fav)For more information, please visit:http://www.eatdrinktalkplay.com/2015/06/20/obean-organic-soyavegetarian-restaurant-tanjong-pagar/ continue reading
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Level2 2014-12-09
Ordered sweet potato porridge, soya bean porridge, yam rolls, hot mochi n soya bean milk. Porridge was smooth but didnt really taste like soya bean. Yam rolls was good n crispy. Soya bean milk a tad powdery. Mochi is like normal tang yuan coated with sesame powder. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-31
This century, everybody became more and more health-conscious. Why don’t we start up a healthier life-style? I was the initial person to invite my friends to visit O’ Bean, I had my pleasant visit before. Friendly Vegan eatery you could not miss, all their food was related to Soya Bean. Felt ease to take their curry, it was non-fattening version. Savoury and amazingly similar taste with the normal, the curry flavour was evenly strong. Every of their dishes were drizzled up some sesame seed, it was their pattern I guessed. Sensible price less than $10.00 at town, it was absolutely worthy. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-14
O'bean is a unique vegetarian bistro because it specialises in dishes that incorporated the healthy soya bean. Visit: http://dairycream.blogspot.jp/2013/10/obean-organic-soya-store.html for full post and picTo begin, the Signature Soya Porridge ($5) was smooth, light and not heavily salted. It was more watery than the Cantonese-style sticky congee but without the visible grains in Teochew porridge. There is a bit of everything--century egg, braised peanuts, seaweed, you tiao and of course, the "mock" intestine.The Spicy Eggplant ($5.80) was less oily but nothing short of flavors. The fiery chilli padi and some unknown crunchy bits tossed in turned this into an appetizing dish which made us swooned for more. During weekends and PH, all sets including this Kway Chap Set comes with 10% discount. Though the soya kway tiao and braised platter were meat-less, they tasted very much similar to usual version without MSG and too much salt. Some might find the braised sauce bland or diluted but I doubt this would affect the satisfaction drastically.Fortunately, we could easily polish off the desserts, such as the Original Beancurd ($1.80)topped ginko nuts for $0.50. Made without gypsum powder, gelatin, agar agar powder or creamer, the beancurd was wobbling so much as the waiter served it that I thought they had made a mistake of serving soya milk. The gloopy beancurd slides down the throat so effortlessly, makes this another place for solid, good-quality beancurd in Singapore. I am not a fan of mochi but the Signature Black Marbles Balls 黑丸子($5.60) is an exception because the rice skin was thin but yet resilient. Consisting of five ping-pong sized glutinous balls dusted with lightly sweetened black bean and sesame powder mixture, each one oozed out warm sweet peanuts filling that makes this traditional dessert more aromatic and interesting.It was a thoughtful move for the shop to allow diners to choose the amount of sugar for the Soy Milk ($2.20 for Large size) I found it sufficiently sweet despite opting for 25% amt of sugar. Add-ins such as grass jelly($0.50) and red beans($0.50) may have contributed some sweetness but overall, it was a simple yet delicious drink made with organic soy milk powder. Without service charge and GST, the total bill for 5 pax came up to be $43, which was reasonably economical and it was understandable why this place charges for water. Service was warm, friendly despite some occasional baffling waits for food. Apart from the dumplings and ramen broth, the food, especially the porridge and beancurd and soymilk are noteworthy to order in future again.Visit: http://dairycream.blogspot.jp/2013/10/obean-organic-soya-store.html for full post and pic continue reading
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