Gluten and I don’t get along most days!
Miso roasted pumpkin, with a layer of coconut pumpkin purée underneath, and wild argula, pumpkin seeds, pear barley and dukkah on top, with a side of maple citrus dressing. Just the combo itself sounded so divine. Eating more
This tasted delish! The fishballs tasted very much like impossible meat. The broth was subtle and is just right amount of Umami. I love that they add oyster mushrooms and so many greens. Comes with two types of sambal, soya more
They don’t have a lotta vegan options. But this turned out to be a bowl of comforting warmth. A traditional dish served with warm coconut milk on the side. The warm coconut milk makes all the difference and even tones down more
Vegan and gluten free too! Whatttt! Take my money! I loved the pesto as well as the filling. The filling tasted like super creamy tofu. But for me it’s the circular ravioli pockets itself. Wasn’t chewy, wasn’t too thick more
I wasn’t impressed. Had no seasoning of it’s own and if anything tasted burnt. Thankfully comes with bbq sauce. If seasoned well it would be one of my favorite dishes because the jack fruit inside is so tender.
Sounded like a basic salad with tons of seeds on top, but it was refreshing. Had watermelon, amaranth, cashews, avocado and a delicious citrusy dressing. This is the only dish that made it worth going to this restaurant.
Once you get over the fact this isn’t laksa, but is Thai yellow curry you’ll still regret ordering it. Didn’t have enough noodles (or the right kind) and vegetables in it. Overall the service at this place is disappointing too.
Tasted very good because it had creamy and crunchy elements to it topped with well seasoned peas and pomegranate. But unfortunately definitely didn’t taste like Jamaican jerk at all. Once you get over the disappointment more
They veganized my cutting chai with soya milk. 330 ml of it with ginger and cardamom. Was the smoothest vegan chai I have had till date. Was served in a cute Indian brass teapot and clay cup called kulhar in India. Served more
So crispy palak (spinach) chaat is a thing in India. This place has a twist - KALE! They were more than happy to keep the yogurt on the side for my companion. It had shredded beetroot and beetroot micro greens on top, which more