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There are restaurants of the highest quality to be found up and down the length of Singapore, but one can sometimes find that the ubiquity of meat and seafood among almost every dish can sometimes make it hard for vegetarians to find somewhere that caters to their diet. That’s why those of them in Bugis swear by Xing Hua Vegetarian Restaurant on Bencoolen Street. They’re directly in between Bugis and Rochor stations of the MTR, and when you take the trip to Xing Hua, you can be sure of finding something for everyone to enjoy, even non-veggies. They offer predominantly Chinese dishes, from staples such as stir-fried veg to brown rice porridge and soup to more specialist fare, like their Xing Hua soya bean fried bee hoon, made in house and using no preservatives or MSG. If you feel like your meat free options are limited in Singapore, then you need to pay Xing Hua a visit – they’re one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Bugis, so book a table now and go on in for a feed to remember.
Location is easy to find. Food and price is average. Atmosphere was noisy due to staff speaking loudly and rudely to each other in front of patrons.
The food is simple but nice, service was good too.
I order yong tau foo and mala hotpot. Both were too oily. This is my 2nd visit and it didn’t manage to impress me and I won’t be back again.