Last Friday, my friends and I were on our way to watch " The Campaign to Confer the Public Service Star on JBJ ". so we drop by at Bugis Food Junction for dinner. A few years back, Bugis Junction was a rather vegetarian unfriendly place as very often we have to travel to nearby places like Fortune centre or the Lao Di Fang (along middle road) for meals, which made it quite inconvenient. Since the revamp of Food Junction (now located at Level 3 - the previous "the edge"), there is new stall available for vegetarians. The stall serves quite a variety of vegetarian food which I'm glad this serves as an option for more.
For a big bowl of Miso Soup Noodles like this, I find it worth the money, as I could not even finish the whole bowl of noodles. The soup is clear and not too salty. Some may call it blend. Lonnie tart hates it, as there is no taste of Miso At all. Nonetheless, there's lots of veg and mushrooms.
Curry Fish Head with Rice $5
The curry tastes quite ok. However, the choice of "fish" is wrong as it tastes more like chicken rather than "fish". Anyway, at this stall, they place strong emphasis on eating healthy as brown rice is served instead of the normal plain rice. Also, there are not many "deep-fried" options which is good as very often, people percive vegetarian food as oily due to too many deep-fried foods. Anyway, this is a good option for you if you are in for a light meal~
Curry Mutton with Bread $4We originally ordered curry chicken, however we were served with curry mutton instead, which we are fine with it. However, it is really disappointing that the curry is served cold. I would not recommend it if you have a weak stomach.
Laska $4The only food which I find worth the price so far is Laska. Serving is big and the soup is not too spicy. The ingredients is also splendid. I personally liked the Vegetarian roll on top.
Hint: In Bugis Junction itself, another alternative is Sakae Sushi where they serve vegetarian menu as well.
Location: Bugis Junction (alight at Bugis MRT), Level 3, Food Junction