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2013-05-19 57 views
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 veg
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.