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Do you feel guilty? You should have a Green Affair. Or maybe simply a Chakra Juice. What we’re trying to say is that if you are concerned about eating healthy and doing your part to save the environment, then you need to head to Singapore’s The Green Affair for the best of both worlds. Located in Buona Vista’s Park Avenue Hotel along Rochester Drive, this vegan café’s mission statement says it all: The Green Affair Is To Promote Plant-Based Culture And Set The Intention for Unconditional Love, Authenticity, Health And Gratitude Through High-Vibe Lifestyle Choices. Eat green at The Green Affair.
The Green Affair aims to encourage people to embrace an environmentally-sustainable lifestyle. Therefore their menu is awash with vegan coffee, tea, and smoothies, vegan sandwiches, vegan desserts and ice cream, vegan salads, juices (including their special chakra juices). Their premises at the Park Avenue Hotel along Buona Vista’s Rochester Drive, even houses one of the best vegan markets in Singapore – so you can have The Green Affair in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Some of the specific guilt-free vegan pleasures available on The Green Affairs oft-changed menu (its a seasonal affair based on local availability) include an incredible vegan fusion of Indian, Indonesian, and Mexican culinary traditions. The Green Affair’s chefs have called it How To Name It? in a tribute to Indian-Western fusion musician Ilaiyaraaja (the only composer to have scored over 1000 films) and because how does one name a dish that combines soy kofta, rendang curry, oregano, cilantro, thyme, parsley, and cinnamon? The food at Buona Vista’s The Green Affair is nutritious and beautifully presented (in spite rumours that vegan cuisine is usually a homogenous slime) – this café in the Park Avenue Hotel along Rochester Drive is without a doubt one of Singapore’s premium vegan café (and markets, and community centres).