Dining out in Singapore is, for the most part, a case of choosing between the very top draw of restaurants, with a guaranteed great meal at the end of it. Whether you choose Chinese or Indian, Korean or Japanese, Thai or Vietnamese, you’re sure of an Asian treat when you go out to eat – unless, of course, you’re a vegetarian. The range of meat-free options in the city can be somewhat thin on the ground, and the quality lacking when you find them, but down in Bugis they have an option that is the equal of any regular restaurant. Xing Hua Vegetarian Restaurant on MIddle Road, directly between Rochor and Bras Basah, brings the very best vegetarian food to Singapore, with a range of dishes from stir-fries to soups, from delicacies like fried bee hoon with soya bean and plenty of konjac jelly mock seafood. There are no preservatives, no MSG and no additives, so you can be sure of the most nature friendly dishes possible when you visit Xing Hua. Book a table now for a real veggie treat.
Lady boss was warm and friendly to all her customers! Ordered a beehoon and a 回锅肉 which had a really nice vinegary sauce and a smoked flavour to it. The beehoon was a little oily for my liking but still was quite tasty. Would totally revisit this place!
Order 兴化卤面, 兴化米粉, 罗汉斋菜 and 时日列汤. Reasonable price and the food were OK. The 卤面 and 兴化米粉 taste exactly like Putien. The only different is the ingredients.