Other than the typical vegetarian beehoon with the accompanying ingredients of mock cha siew, vegetables, mock intestines and mock crispy goose, they also have a whole range of dishes that you can eat with rice. These dishes are innovative and tasty, while retaining the idea that vegetarian food is healthier. I especially love their tofu here - just the right amount of salty and fried taste without the feeling that it has been over-fried in dirty oil. They also sell porridge and vegetarian kway chap, all of which taste pretty good. Price is very reasonable too - a plate of fried beehoon with a few typical side dishes cost only $2.
Date of Visit: Feb 05, 2013
Keep it up!