Monday, August 30, 2010

Onn Vegetarian @ Kallang

I remember a couple of months back "passerby" asked me to try out the food at the stall near to Kallang MRT via my chatbox. Since there are many "passerby"s here, i'm not able to identify the exact you. I would like to thank you for the good recommendation. My friend and I totally enjoyed it.
This stall is located in a coffee shop at the foot of the HDB blks beside the MRT. Do note that there are 2 coffee shops here, so this stall is inside the coffee shop that is facing the main road.
Onn Vegetarian sells a wide variety of food ranging from Dry Noodles to laksa, kway chap, dumpling soups as well as some tze char dishes. Business is good perhaps there isn't much vegetarian places nearby.
Stall front

Quite a big stall and I was glad to see many customers eat from their stall.

Wanton Noodles $3

I tried this Wanton Mee as I've heard it was not bad. Indeed, the sauce was not bad.. noodles was chewy as well. I personally liked the cha siew as it was quite well marinated. As for the wantons, the ingredients wasn't a lot and I was eating more skin than ingredients, which I thought was a pity. The stall owner shared with us that the wanton was homemade by themselves. Overall, the taste was okay, but I hope that there would be more ingredients in future.

Kway Tiao Soup $3

Gwennie had kway tiao soup which comprises of beancurd, fish slices, vegetables and beansprouts. I liked it as well as the soup was very tasty.

Dumpling Soup $4

The picture of this was very tempting and we both loved dumplings. Sadly this was not handmade but brought from suppliers. The taste is pretty standard which the ingredients comprise of celery, cabbage, mushrooms.

Popcorn Chicken $5

This chicken is crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Super delicious and it looked like popcorn chicken.

Location: G5 Food House, Blk 5 Upper Boon Keng Road #01-01 (5 mins walk from Kallang MRT station)

Opening Hours: 7am to 8.30pm (Closed on Sundays)

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