Thai Goldmine Kitchen is located at 147 Kitchener Road, a five-minute walk away from Farrer Park MRT station. The former Zen Fut Sai Kai, said to be the oldest Chinese vegetarian restaurant in Singapore, used to lie along 147 Kitchener Road. In its place is Thai restaurant, Thai Goldmine Kitchen, which offers authentic dishes from the Land of Smiles, with a wide array of starters, salads, soups, curries, meat, fish, rice and vegetable dishes.
Along a row of shophouses on Kitchener Road lies Zen Fut Sai Kai, said to be the oldest Chinese vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. The restaurant is known to serve up a wide variety of Cantonese food such as Yong Chow fried rice, fried wantons and sugarcane flower soup. Durian-seller Luke Otter, 30, who is behind the Facebook page Hungry Ang Mo, first broke the news on his page last Friday (25 August). England-born Otter lives in Singapore with his Singaporean wife and regularly goes to vegetarian eateries around the island to review them on his website in his free time.
On first inspection, there’s pretty much no food that could be less amenable to vegan interpretation than jerky. Right?
I’ll confess: I’m a meat eater. I love a good pork belly, but I consider myself very healthy—I normally eat along the lines of Paleo, and I rarely, if ever, eat processed foods. With vegetarian and vegan lifestyles becoming more prevalent, I sometimes ask myself if I would be healthier if I didn’t eat meat. Would I feel better? Look better? Live longer?
And no, it doesn’t involve eating a daily block of tofu. Try these fully-loaded vegan burritos. (Photo: James Ransom) At some point or another, every vegan will be asked what he or she does for protein. It’s a fact of life, as inevitable as daylight savings or taxes.