Plant-based cafe and grocery concept store, Green Common has arrived in Singapore

Flora Yeo
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Green Common. (PHOTO: Flora Yeo/Yahoo Lifestyle SEA)
Green Common. (PHOTO: Flora Yeo/Yahoo Lifestyle SEA)

SINGAPORE – Originally from Hong Kong, the new 3000-square-foot eatery and grocery concept store at VivoCity marks the first outlet in Southeast Asia. Operated by the Green Monday Group, which also owns OmniFoods, Green Common launched in 2015 as the world’s first plant-based concept store. It now has expanded to 11 outlets across Hong Kong, Singapore and China.

The eatery serves a curated menu of vegan-friendly dishes and meat-free cooking staples including local delights such as the Hainanese Trick’en Rice (S$16++), made with Heura’ chicken’ and accompanied by homemade chilli sauce, ginger paste and dark sauce. For something spicier, opt for the Rendang Chicken Roti (S$13++) or a bowl of Laksa (S$13++). Western delights include the Meatless Meatballs (S$14++), Beyond Black Burger (S$15++) and tomato-based Meat Lovers Pizza (S$19++).

Those looking to stock up on their plant-based products, the storehouses’ retail section has over 50 products from well-known brands, including house brand OmniMeat, Heura Foods from Spain, Korean sliced beef alternative Unlimeat, Beyond Meat, Alpha Foods, Daiya, JUST and Simply Seven. From dairy-free products and meat alternatives to ready meals; Green Common aims to make sustainable living more accessible to Singaporeans.

Green Common. (PHOTO: Flora Yeo/Yahoo Lifestyle SEA)
Green Common. (PHOTO: Flora Yeo/Yahoo Lifestyle SEA)

David Yeung, the Founder and CEO of Green Monday Group said, “Over the years we have seen great interest from Singaporeans looking to have access to more plant-based alternatives. We are so excited to be launching the first Green Common concept in Southeast Asia here, bringing our signature retail and dine-in concepts to the city. Our one-stop-shop is designed to make it easy to go green and make thoughtful (and delicious) lifestyle choices.”

To celebrate the grand opening of Green Common in Singapore, the outlet will be offering exclusive rewards and promotions to diners. They include gift sets worth S$50 for the first five dine-in customers, and customers who spend S$50 or above in a single receipt throughout the day will be able to redeem a free OmniMeat Mince pack voucher.

Additionally, from now till 19 February 2021, diners with children below 16 years old receive a Luncheon Fries voucher on the house. During this period, customers spending S$30 or above at restaurant on weekdays from 12pm to 2pm will receive 20% off their entire bill.

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