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Fortune Centre was basically a Vegetarian food hall, numerous types of cuisines were presented in meatless version here. Gokul Vegetarian was one of them that offered a wide-range of Indian food, really such a decent place for Vegan. Surprisingly, there were many non-Indian patrons visible in the restaurant upon stepping in. Décor was quite straightforward and simple, space occupied was not that huge. Self-service basis, we had to order and pay at the cashier first before eating.Performed in met
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Fortune Centre was basically a Vegetarian food hall, numerous types of cuisines were presented in meatless version here. Gokul Vegetarian was one of them that offered a wide-range of Indian food, really such a decent place for Vegan. Surprisingly, there were many non-Indian patrons visible in the restaurant upon stepping in. Décor was quite straightforward and simple, space occupied was not that huge. Self-service basis, we had to order and pay at the cashier first before eating.
Indian Mee Goreng
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Performed in metallic wok, Noodle was realistic fragrant and springy flavoursome. Heavily spices aromatic was significant, awesome frying style. Portion was sufficient without greasy feeling, delicious every bite. Cucumber put aside was served in chill, refreshing and crunchy. Drizzle of splashed lime tasted great, sourness was just nice for my liking. Without complicated ingredients or darkening soy sauce to cover up, it was purely tasty. Price at $7.50, it was not cheap but definitely a good quality of Indian cuisine.
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Date of Visit
2014-03-16
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$7 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
Indian Mee Goreng