Lotus Kitchen – Newly Launched Vegetarian Dining Concept

A spinoff of the notable Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant, Lotus Kitchen is a new vegetarian dining concept that offers innovative vegetarian dishes with over 50 contemporary vegetarian cuisines from made-to-order dim sum to unique handmade noodles and stir-fried dishes.

Helmed by owner Ms Lee who also owns Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant, the newly launched concept aims to offer gourmands who are looking to embrace green eating with natural premium ingredients and herbs. We made a trip down to try some of the dishes and was amazed with the wide selection of vegetarian dishes! Here’s our favourites and must-try from the new menu.

Signature Lion’s Mane Mushroom Pan-fried Dumpling- $8.80 for 6 pieces

We had to try their specially handcrafted Lion’s Mane Mushroom Dumpling and it was really enjoyable. The handcrafted dumplings are pan-fried with a delightful crunch of water chestnuts and we also found out that it’s packed with cognitive and immune-boosting benefits!

 Taro Mee Sua Cake- $6.80

The Taro Mee Sua Cake lets you enjoy the best of two worlds: reminiscent of pan-fried taro and Mee Sua cake. The fragrant taro yam paired well with the crisp and savoury cake.

Chef’s Recommendation – Braised Mushroom in Hot Stone Pot- $18.80

My favourite from the spread of dishes, the Braised Mushroom in Hot Stone Pot follows a new recipe with natural premium ingredients like lion’s mane, shiitake mushrooms, and bamboo shoots stir-fried with chilli and ginger – all while being cooked with basil leaves on a stone pot to bring out the fragrance. One of the chef’s recommendation so definitely try it out!

Lotus Yam Paste with Purple Rice- $6.80

We rounded the delicious feast with one of their new creations – Lotus Yam Paste with Purple Rice. The yam paste is finely mashed together with red beans, red dates, dried raisins, wolfberries, then piped on a healthy purple rice mixture. It is a traditional and comforting dessert perfect for those who love yam.

Pumpkin Paste with Purple Rice- $6.80

Another dessert that’s worthy of a mention is the Pumpkin Paste version – for their light pumpkin puree that’s topped with purple rice and vanilla ice cream, for sheer indulgence.

Overall, Lotus Kitchen’s menu has quite a range of unique dishes that promises exciting flavours and interesting textures. Besides the new menu, you can also look forward to Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant’s best-selling mainstays while savouring on vegetarian dishes in its cosy and congenial atmosphere in the heart of Chinatown.

Lotus Kitchen
Address: Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road, #01-01/02, Singapore 059413 (Map)
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:30am – 3pm; 5:30pm – 10pm
Contact: +65 6538 1068
Instagram: @lotusvegetarian

This is written in collaboration with Lotus Kitchen.

With lots of love,
An Affair With Food


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