Meatless Lunch @Well Dressed Salad Bar & Cafe


Owned by the same people in charge of Eight Treasures. Could create your own salad on a bed of romaine, baby spinach or rocket, choosing from toppings such as chickpeas, kidney beans, shimeiji mushrooms, sunflower seeds and beetroot. Also offers other western vegan and vegetarian dishes.

One of my sweetie, Clo brought us here for our meatless lunch last week. They also serve delicious brownies and cupcakes besides of western vegan. Overall dining experience is good, the staff is friendly, food is good besides of their pasta. :p



Located in the heart of Chinatown



Small but cosy store that fits about six tables



With the motto 'Meatless doesn't mean Tasteless', 
Well Dress Salad Bar & Cafe is offering a new concept to the vegetarian scene in Singapore. 



Yummy vegan curry 



Salad? Pasta? Customised by Clo



This red sauce pasta is just so so.
>.<



Mine was not bad though.
=)






** Credits to Jonas for a cauliflower and last bite of this banana cake**
I love their cakes! ( curry was not bad too )




Gorgeous in the house!
Clo, Cynthia & Charlene ( all start with "C" ) ^^



Peace and eat your Vege!
Happy World Vegetarian Day!
xoxo

Well Dressed Salad Bar & Cafe
282 South Bridge Rd Singapore 058831 (Chinatown)
Mon-Sun 10:30am-9:30pm
97893072





3 comments

Tenshi Chn said...

Such healthy meal! Yea! Got to agree meatless doesn't mean tasteless!

My aunt cooks the best vegetarian food! ^^

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Noor-ul-Ain Arshad said...

Amazing post. I found this place is great for expats,the food here is amazing and affordable. If you are an expat and plan on moving to Singapore, do check out www.placematch.sg. I found it to be very useful in finding a place.