115 Vegetarian, 115 素食

115 Vegetarian, 115 素食

Address:
Block 217 Bukit Batok Street 21, Coffee Shop
Postal Code:
Singapore 650217

Operating Hours:
– Daily (Closed on Tues)
The store will be opened if the 1st or 15th of the lunar month falls on a Tuesday, and instead closed on the following day.
– 6.30 am to 2.30 pm

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/115Vegetarian/


Food: 
–  蚵仔煎, Oyster Omelette (Orh Jian or Hao Jian)
*Due to Chef is allergic to smoke thus need to stop cooking certain food*
– 客家雷茶饭(或糙米), Hakka Thunder Tea Rice (with brown rice alternative)
– 乌打, Otah
– 猴头菇叻沙, Monkey head Mushroom Laksa
– 台式卤味饭, Taiwanese Braised rice
– 干捞面, Dried noodles
– 客家雷茶面粉粿, Hakka Thunder Tea Mee Hoon Kway
– 虾面, Prawn Noodles

Place: 
– 10 min walking distance from Bukit Batok MRT
– Plenty of car park in surrounding neighbourhood

Services: 
– Friendly staff with good customer service
– Prompt in ordering and serving

Price: 
– 蚵仔煎, Oyster Omelette (Orh Jian or Hao Jian) – $4 or $5
*Due to Chef is allergic to smoke thus need to stop cooking certain food*
– 客家雷茶饭(或糙米), Hakka Thunder Tea Rice –  $4 (白饭, White rice) or $4.50 (糙米饭, Brown rice)
– 乌打, Otah – $0.70 each
– 猴头菇叻沙, Monkey head Mushroom Laksa – $3.50
– 台式卤味饭, Taiwanese Braised rice – $3.50
– 干捞面, Dried noodles – $3.50
– 客家雷茶面粉粿, Hakka Thunder Tea Mee Hoon Kway – $4.00
– 虾面, Prawn Noodles – $3.50


Review

Quite an interesting and meaningful stall name “115 Vegetarian” which means “1st & 15th (初一&初十五)” of Lunar Calendar in Chinese.

Chanced upon this stall through a Facebook post on Vegetarian Society of SG and what caught my attention is their Orh Jian which look remarkably delicious and they do sell it in the morning!

We traveled all the way to Bukit Batok from the east just for the Orh Jian and we were not disappointed; the Orh Jian tasted as delicious as it looks and it easily made it into the top of my food list for Orh Jian in SG, beating Ci Wen Vegetarian, the previous record holder in my food list (which I think lost the crown due to inconsistent quality control)

*Due to Chef is allergic to smoke thus need to stop cooking certain food*

Hakka Thunder Tea Rice is next on the table!

I like to pour the tea into the bowl and mix it with the fresh ingredients and their own recipe chilli sauce, the ingredients are crunchy and the chili sauce did make it more flavorful and enhanced your taste buds. They do provide brown rice as a healthier alternative to white rice at 50 cents more!

After the meal, we went for a walk around the neighbourhood and came back again for the Orh Jian; to our surprise, it tastes exactly the same and we are impressed with the consistent quality.

With the consistent quality of food, friendly staffs and at an affordable price, I will definitely make a special trip down for the food together with my friends and I highly recommend you to bring yours too!


Food

– 蚵仔煎, Oyster Omelette (Orh Jian or Hao Jian) – $4 or $5
*Due to Chef is allergic to smoke thus need to stop cooking certain food*
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– Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside
– Might be a bit salty for some people

– 客家雷茶饭(或糙米), Hakka Thunder Tea Rice –  $4 (白饭, White rice) or $4.50 (糙米饭, Brown rice)
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– Traditional Thunder Tea Rice Set
– Crunchy and fresh ingredients
– Self-made chili sauce which enhanced the overall taste

– 乌打, Otah – $0.70 each
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– Hand-made Sambal chili flavored mock fish

– 客家雷茶面粉粿, Hakka Thunder Tea Mee Hoon Kway – $4.00
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– Traditional Thunder Tea Soup Base
– Mixed well before consuming
– Love it!


– 猴头菇叻沙, Monkey head Mushroom Laksa – $3.50
laksa
– Decent
– Preferred Yellow Noodles (熟面) than the original White Noodles (粗米粉) as Yellow Noodles gives a thicker soup base.
– Love the texture of Monkey Head Mushroom which gives the extra feel in chewing.

– 台式卤味饭, Taiwanese Braised rice – $4.00

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  • Soup is plain tasteless
  • Stir and mix well before start enjoying it!
  • It gives the filling feels after finishing it.

– 干捞面, Dried noodles – $3.50
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– Average standard

Prawn Mee, $3.50

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  • Interesting of adding Chili Powder to increase the spicy feels 
  • Well, brew soup which is the bonus factor to make me finish the whole bowl!

 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. says:

    Did you served with eggs Otah and oyster omelette?

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    1. vegyuan says:

      Hello!

      Oyster Omelette is served with eggs.
      You might able to request for no egg but the taste might not be that tasty as it is.

      Otah wise, i am unsure about the ingredients include any egg anot.
      You may facebook message them before making a trip down for it.

      Hope it helps. ^^

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