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Aug 27, 2011


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Miss Piggy

I LOVED the not Duck Pancakes here...deep frying makes everything taste good I reckon. LOL.

Vivian - vxdollface

This place looks neat! I've only ever had mock meat once and that was in some famous restaurant in Beijing and it was mind blowing o_O Need to check this place out!

Heavenly Housewife

You can take me, I'd love to go for a veggie dim sum :D!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend daaahling.
*kisses* HH


I don't know if I could do it, I just love meat! My official excuse is that a lot of pretend meat is made from gluten- poison to me! Glad you enjoyed it though :)


I've always been a little curious about Green Gourmet. The food looks pretty good even though they are not quite what they seem. I suppose the young fresh coconut and mint is really what you got :)


Such an interesting restaurant to give a try. The dishes sound beautifully prepared. I'm not sure I'd ever be willing to give up my beloved garlic and onion. ;)


This looks fantastic! I've had a lot of mock meat and I love it. With Hare Krishna friends, and a vegetarian Mum, I've often had it, as well as the no garlic/onion thing. The cooks I know use asafoetida as a garlic substitute :D
I'm glad you enjoyed it!


I had my share of mock meat in my year as a vegetarian and would definitely not have it again. IMO it's better for vegetarians to get protein from real food instead of chemical-laden concoctions.


great review. i spent almost an entire year living across the road from green gourmet without ever having visited, a vegan friend had to drag me there! i like that you've given the duck a mention, it's my favourite dish. they're fake chicken is delicious as well.

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