Past Meetup

Lunch at Cafe Salivation: explore creative vegetarian cuisine...

Hosted by The Singapore Vegetarian Meetup Group

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This Meetup is past

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Greetings to you - fellow vegetarians, vegans, foodies in general or just those interested in a combination of good food and company! As your assistant Singapore Vegetarian Meetup co-ordinator (thanks Joe for putting your trust in me!) I do hope that you're able to come along for our next event, on Sunday 28th June. The venue is Cafe Salivation - a place that I was fortunate to be able to review for the Singapore Vegetarian Food Guide and was extremely impressed with - most of us will probably have tried Chinese vegetarian or Indian vegetarian food which is so common in Singapore, but how about something new and innovative?

So what's Cafe Salivation all about? Here's what we put in the food guide after reviewing it!

"A new and refreshing concept in vegetarian dining from the Raj Restaurant group - more upmarket than many cafes but very welcoming and unpretentious, come here to indulge in both popular and innovative creations from snacks such as the 'desi' chutney sandwich, soya potato croquettes and scrambled paneer on toast to main dishes such as the mexican wraps and a selection of no-meat burgers - patties made from kidney beans, paneer cheese, spinach or soya - all delicious in their own way! Don't miss the tasty lasagna either or the wide variety of mocktail coolers. Hearty, well prepared food!"

Itinerary:

- 11:30am: Meet at Farrer Park MRT (At Exit G - for Serangoon Road)
- 11:40am: Walk to Cafe Salivation on Syed Alwi Road (it's just opposite the Mustafa Centre and a 5 minute walk from Farrer Park MRT)
- 11:45am: Arrive at Cafe Salivation and indulge in delectable, innovative vegetarian treats!

We'll be going for the a la carte menu - the food and drinks are very reasonably priced and a good meal is unlikely to cost more than $15 per head.

Look forward to seeing you soon!

Neil Madhvani

(credit for the photo goes to the one and only Vegemight! Thank you!)