Macaroni Alfredo Casserole
SUFOOD is a meat-free (aka vegetarian) dining concept hailing from Taiwan’s largest restaurant chain operator WOWPRIME. In collaboration with local PUTIEN, SUFOOD opens its first outlet outside of Taiwan in Singapore at Raffles City. The casual yet stylish 140-seater diner draws the health conscious crowd with its affordable full-service meat-free experience.
The Italian-inspired menu introduces sparks of novelty into modern day meat-free eating. Using about 200 ingredients, many of which sourced regionally, hugely focused on freshness, all food is prepared with no artificial flavourings or MSG.
SUFOOD appetiser: poached Japanese Yuca root with blueberry coulis, white water snowflake greens, cherry tomato jelly
Set menus are affordable at $25++ for a full customisable 8-course meal, consisting of the SUFOOD appetiser, rosemary breadsticks, fruit vinegar, choice of salad (4 choices), soup (4 choices), main (10 choices), dessert (4 choices) and drink (8 choices). If you don’t have time for a lengthy lunch, go for the 5-course Express Set Lunch at $18++ that comes with your choice of salad or soup, main, dessert and drink.
LingZhi Vegetarian Restaurant by the TungLok Group collaborates with Zenxin Organic Food this season to present a limited edition six-course set menu, Spring Feast, which will be available for a limited period only, from 1 March till 30 April 2014.
Zenxin Organic Food is Malaysia’s leading producer, distributor and retailer for organic produce, providing over a hundred varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables grown without chemicals or pesticides. Read more about Zenxin Organic Food and my getaway trip to Zenxin Organic Park here: http://melicacy.com/?p=7038
Trilogy of Organic Fruits and Vegetables ($12): Deep-fried Potato Croquette with Wild Mushrooms and Black Pepper accompanied with Mango and Apple Salsa, Seasonal Vegetables Roll topped with Spicy ‘Yuzu’ Sauce, and Turnip Roll marinated with Japanese Rice Vinegar and Pickled Chilli
The Spring Feast menu comprises innovative dishes set to dazzle purist vegetarians. Chef Martin Foo showcases his deft culinary skills when cooking in the absence of onions, garlic and meat, allowing the freshness of the fresh organic ingredients to shine through. Continue reading
The Grandstand is an up-and-coming dining destination; a respite from the accustomed hustle; and a realm very unlike the malls in the city that’s thronged with shoppers.
It is a destination where one would deliberately travel the distance for a particular favourite dining spot; it is a destination for the adventurous to explore unfamiliar premises, which may soon be added to the list of regular hangout spots.
Your tummies are assured of being well fed; with the growing number of dining joints, you’re left spoilt for choice.
Before I begin introducing the more indulgent options around the locality of the Grandstand, I would like to highlight the importance of a healthy lifestyle that I myself have barely any self-restraint in the sense of overindulgence.
I personally can’t survive a day without meat –not that my body relies heavily on meat for survival, but it is the sensual gratification I get upon setting my teeth into succulent meat that I can’t do without.
Thankfully with the introduction of Veganburg, I can do without meat for an entire day without realising so. Continue reading