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Nothing wrong to turn food channel into Vegan Food sometimes, it was seemingly a healthier choice. Coffee shop concept, Zi Zai Vegetarian Restaurant looked neat and clean. Menu was extensive and detailed, available in small, medium and large portion. Looking forward for this sizzling stuff, it was pretty good. Tofu was smooth in texture, cut until mouthful size. Slightly burnt layer of egg at the bottom, entire was fragrant with starchy gravy. Huge Yam Ring was tempting golden-yellowish while it
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Nothing wrong to turn food channel into Vegan Food sometimes, it was seemingly a healthier choice. Coffee shop concept, Zi Zai Vegetarian Restaurant looked neat and clean. Menu was extensive and detailed, available in small, medium and large portion.
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Looking forward for this sizzling stuff, it was pretty good. Tofu was smooth in texture, cut until mouthful size. Slightly burnt layer of egg at the bottom, entire was fragrant with starchy gravy.
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Huge Yam Ring was tempting golden-yellowish while it served, filled up with sweet and sour pork, assorted veggies and cashew nuts. Solid and crunchy, this was frank and tasty.
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Probably I like to eat the real shrimps, I ordered it. Honest speaking, I was a little bit disappointed. No doubt fried cracker was sweet and spicy, but it doesn’t taste as shrimps. It was too hard, sadly. Accompanied along with one bowl of rice, I was full and satisfied. Overall, the food was average. Service was decent with the affordable price, it was definitely a good Vegan place.
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Date of Visit
2014-01-07
Spending Per Head
$10 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Hotplate Tofu
  • Fried Yam with Sweet and Sour Pork
  • Fried Cereal Prawns