Piping hot stir-fry rice vermicelli or fried noodles or fried kway teow, hokkien mee etc are being offers as early as 6.30am in the morning from $1. Like to choose to mix 2 types of noodles, without veggies and cost just $1. Pairing with the chilli (not sambal chilli) - just like it in that way.
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Food Court Vegetarian Fare cheap and tasty way to fill the stomach ...
Food Court Fare is the cheap and tasty way to fill the stomach and finding Vegetarian food is getting easier at many food courts now. NTUC FoodFare which is just besides Admiralty MRT has a decent and affordable Vegetarian Fare.
This vegetarian food stall offers simple vegetarian noodles or rice for breakfast, economical rice for lunches/dinners and some favorite delicious vegetarian Zi Char Noodles/Dishes (Mee Rebus, Bak Ku Teh, Fish Slice Noodle, Claypot Pig Trotter Vinegar, Claypot Beancurd, Claypot Seaweed Tofu Soup, Claypot Fish Head, Prawn Noodle, Kway Chap, Yi Mee etc). It is popular even among meat-eaters, as you can easily spot meat-eaters eating vegetarian food and non-vegetarian food at the same time.
Rice vermicelli and kway teow @ $1 ...
Claypot Noodle @ $3.5
Here again for late lunch, I wanted Claypot Fish Curry @ $4 but it is only available during dinner. My next choice was Claypot Noodle @ $3.5. Have to be extra careful because the claypot was real hot and the noodle was piping hot! Just love hot food that is freshly out from the stove, can be simple but tasty.
It is popular even among meat-eaters, as you can easily spot meat-eaters eating vegetarian food and non-vegetarian food at the same time. This stall is packed during weekend and 'Go Vegetarian' days (1st & 15th of Lunar Calendar) but the crowds do not seem to mind and waiting patiently in queues.
Tip: If you want the same food from this stall at a much cheaper price (about 50cents cheaper), just go to the other outlet at 883 Woodland North Plaza (without air-con)! BUT, it is not that convenient compare to this location.