Monday, November 23, 2009

Nature Vegetarian @ Sin Ming

I've long heard people raving about the brisk business of this coffeeshop in Thomson area. I guess its also due to the fact that it is located right beside the Bright Hill temple whereby people usually will go here and eat after praying. This is also the only coffeeshop that wholly serves vegetarian food. It is definitely delightful to find ourselves spoilt for choices as there are many stalls to choose from, instead of the usual only one in a normal coffeeshop. I've earlier blogged about Nature from Bt Merah before, but I do not have any idea if these 2 shops have any relation to each other.

This is the exterior of the coffeeshop, and inside, there are around 8 stalls selling different variety of vegetarian food!

As I went at 8.30pm, most of the stalls were already closed. Nonetheless, the food available range from Roti Prata (So Luke, time for you to try here too!) to Chinese Dim Sum, Yong Tau Foo, Mixed veg Rice and even Tze Char is available too. I guess its the only place that vegetarians are spoilt for choice!
Dry Mee Pok

Since the noodles stall was the only one opening that late, my mum ordered this Dry Mee Pok. I was amazed by the amount of ingredients they gave!~Noodles was okay.

Yong Tau Foo


Dad ordered the Yong Tau Foo. Soup was really tasty! In fact I find most places that serve yong tau foo are of standard, which I guess is due to the fact that most mock items are brought from the same veg. suppliers so the taste seldom go wrong too!

Laksa Yong Tau Foo

Not to my liking perhaps the laksa gravy wasn't strong enough.

Carrot Cake

Something special about the carrot cake here is that you do not see it in small little cut up pieces. Instead, it is served as a BIG omlette, with the kuey in the middle. Kinda special, but I tasted more egg than the flour! It is a really popular dish from the tze char stall. Do remember to order the White version!

Location: Blk 409, Sin Ming Drive
Tel No.: 65534719
Operating Days and Operating Hours: 630am to 10pm daily

5 comments:

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Many Taxi Drivers like to have their meal there together, it is like a mini gathering (there are lots of taxi parking there ...) in the day time.

They have extensive menu, but so far, I only like their Lei Cha Soup. And their Coffee is of Coffee shop standard.

Not sure where their Chef from, but their Mixed Rice Stalls have some of dishes of Malaysia - like Assam Vegetables, those stir-fry salted vegetable.

I seen Big Tub of Laksa Paste at Vegetarian Wholesaler before, not sure whether most vegetarian stalls use that or make their unique laksa paste. So far, laksa at most veg stalls are not that great.

Cheers

非凡 said...

I'm appreciate your writing skill.Please keep on working hard.^^

missveg said...

Hi Crytal,
Really~ its quite easy to park and eat i guess.. cos its also easy to track the parking auntie also. haha!

非凡,
你是台湾人吧?谢谢你的支持。。我会继续努力!
I miss 臭豆腐 most in Taiwan.

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The Hungry Ang Mo said...

Haha, if prata is there, i will come running!

Good post!

Luke