Soul Veggie Korean Restaurant

Soul Veggie Korean Restaurant

3 Temple Street, Singapore 058556

Operating Timing:
– Daily (Closed on Sunday)
12 PM to 2.30 PM
6.30 PM to 9 PM

6966 5912 (Call to check the availability of the dishes)

Soul Veggie Korean Vegetarian Facebook Page

Soul Veggie Korean Vegetarian Website


Condiments Side (Free Flow)


This is the 2nd Vegetarian Korea restaurant with cafe interior design in Singapore! Food is prepared by the experienced Korean chef who wears a cap in the kitchen. They focus on the freshness of the ingredients and the authentic taste of Korea cuisine.

No Allium Vegetables; Onion, Garlic, Chives, Shallot and Leek.
No alcohol
No meat

Home-made Kimchi is the prepared every night till 3 AM to maintain the freshness of the product, which is produced in limited quantity. They are then kept for 3 days for the fermentation process.


I went there twice, first on 12th Feb (grand opening) and again on 20th Feb for dinner with friends.

There are significant improvements in the duration taken for food serving. They have also made an adjustment to their food presentation and variety, for eg, the addition of pumpkin dessert, which is served as a condiment to complement every set meal. Efforts were also taken in the adjustment of food in accordance to locals’ tastebud.

I came down on 21st Feb (Yes! Just a day after the gathering at Soul Veggie) with another friend. Both of us ordered the Dolsot Bibimbap and get the Chilli paste & Soy sauce version. I can’t resist the temptation of the Soy sauce version of Dolsot Bibimbap ever since I get tasted of it! ❤

Overall, I am satisfied that they still maintain the Authentic Korean taste in their dishes!

Nonetheless, on the downside, they will be not be accepting the reservation in view of the high level of the no-show.

Therefore, please come earlier and you may contact them for additional information.

Taste is subjective. 

Comparison between Boneless Kitchen and Soul Veggie
– If you do not have any particular dish(es) that you love in Boneless Kitchen, you can make a trip down to Soul Veggie. You might prefer the taste of Soul Veggie!
– If you have a particular dish that you love in Boneless Kitchen, you can pass the dish unless you are willing to give it a try without criticising Soul Veggie if it didn’t meet your expectation in taste.

– Soul Veggie food taste is towards authentic Korean food
– Boneless Kitchen is pretty localised.

Strength Factor of Soul Veggie:
No MSG inclusive Mushroom seasoning
– Homemade Kimchi paste (with 100% Korea chilli powder without artificial flavouring)
– All paste is handmade except for Black bean paste due to Singapore weather condition

Main Dish:
– Kimchi Jjigae
– Sundubu Jjigae (Spicy/Non-Spicy)
– Budae Jjigae/Army Stew
– Dolsot Bibimbap (Chilli paste/Soy sauce)
– Kimchi Fried Rice
– Jajangmyeon

Side Dish:
– Nokdu-Jeon
– Japchae

– Exit A of Chinatown MRT (Purple/Blue line)
– 5 min of walking distance from Chinatown MRT
– Limited parking slot at the roadside

– Friendly staff with good customer service
– Prompt in taking orders and serving

Main Dish:
Kimchi Jjigae – $12
Sundubu Jjigae (Spicy/Non-Spicy) – $12
Budae Jjigae/Army Stew – $12
Dolsot Bibimbap (Chilli paste/Soy sauce)- $12
Kimchi Fried Rice – $11
Jajangmyeon – $12

Side Dish:
Nokdu-Jeon – $10
Japchae – $15


Main Dish
Kimchi Jjigae – $12
– Kimchi is slightly spicy for the non-spicy consumer. Personally, I love their Kimchi! ❤
– Soup taste: Sour & Spicy but do not have a Tomyam taste (tough to describe!)
– Served with rice
– Add-On noodles, $2.00 is available

Sundubu Jjigae (Spicy/Non-Spicy) – $12
– Similar in taste and layout as Kimchi Jjigae (previous photo)
– Tofu and mock tofu are included in this dish

Budae Jjigae/Army Stew – $12
– a slice of cheese is added to the top
– Soup base is more authentic~
– Add-on Egg & Noodles are available

Dolsot Bibimbap (Chilli paste/Soy sauce)- $12

  • It is all fresh vegetables with no mock meat
  • Personally prefer the Soy Sauce version as the smell will fill the air when it served!
  • Able to request Egg as Add-on like the right side photo

Kimchi Fried Rice – $11

  • Tasty and flavourful to start the craving for more!


Jajangmyeon – $12
– Noodles is bouncy and springy~ #Interesting
– Sauce is slightly towards the salty side

Side Dish:
Nokdu-Jeon – $10

– It is a bean pancake which makes 100% green bean! No flour!
– seem like it is mixed with potato for its texture and flavour
– A simple snack that stirs our curiosity of how it is made of.

Japchae – $15
glass noodles (1)
– Glass noodles are served as side dish in Korea!
– Big-serving portion! ❤
– Stir-fried style


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