Fortune Centre Food Guide: 20 Spots for the Best Eats

A stone’s throw away from Bencoolen MRT and about a 10-minute walk from Bugis, Fortune Centre is known to be a food haven for many vegans and vegetarians, but they also have several non-vegetarian gems worth checking out. From customisable artisanal pasta to affordable Korean food, this list will take you through the best Fortune Centre food to try!

#1 EN Seeds Bowl of Gratitude

For Turkish inspired vegetarian salad bowls and meals, make sure to check out EN Seeds Bowl of Gratitude. Dishes like Baked Pumpkin, Hummus with Pita Bread, Ezme Salad, Shuka Shuka and Baked Cauliflower not only taste good, but will ensure that you feel good as well!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-03, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 11 am–8:30 pm daily

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  1. We had the sea bass and some great side dishes inc: hommous, pita bread, babaganush, Fish nicely cooked. Smoky taste of the eggplant very yummy. Hommous had good consistency and you could taste tahini in it. Washed down with pomegranate tea. A good meal. Pleasant friendly staff and premises very clean. Recommend you try it.

  2. Best vegetarian food we’ve found in Singapore – so fresh and the thoughtful gentleman helped ensure my food allergies were taken care of. Lovely peaceful, clean environment too. Wishing your business lots of luck.

#2 A9 Noodle Dumpling

Hearty, tasty and wallet-friendly, A9 Noodle Dumpling is a hidden eatery that sells dumplings at just $4 for 15 pieces! There are two types of dumplings available here: Chive Pork Dumplings and Cabbage Pork Dumplings. All of them are made in house and boiled fresh to order! Besides dumplings, the stall also offers mala noodles. Spice lovers can opt for the Mala Savoury Noodle or Spicy Savoury Noodle to enjoy a flavourful noodle dish that provides a fiery kick. 

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-26, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 10 am–8 pm daily

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#3 Diner’s Shack

Need to warm up on a chilly day? Diner’s Shack serves fish soup with thick slices of batang fish, juicy tomatoes, minced meat, generous servings of cabbage and tofu. Try to come early if you’re looking to give it a try, the lunch crowd here can get pretty overwhelming and there’s only one chef and a server!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-31, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–8:30 pm Mon to Fri, 12–8:30 pm Sat & Sun

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#4 Pine Tree Cafe

Those who love their local fare can indulge in vegetarian versions of them at Pine Tree Cafe. Made with mock meat and other yummy ingredients, this eatery dishes out delectable dishes  such as Nasi Lemak, Bak Kut Teh and Laksa. However, what they are most known for is the Yong Tau Foo, which you can have with a variety of carb options: rice, yellow noodles, kway teow, mee kia, mee pok, and bee hoon. You can also choose to have it dry or in soup!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-09/13, 188979
Opening Hours: 10 am–7 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#5 THOSE DAYS Yong Tau Foo & Nasi Lemak

A little nook with a wide selection, THOSE DAYS Yong Tau Foo & Nasi Lemak caters to non-vegetarians as well with a wide selection of ingredients. Take your pick from a whopping selection of 14 different carbs ranging from brown rice bee hoon to mee sua, glass noodles and even spaghetti! The soup/gravy selection are equally as interesting, with the usual options of dry or soup, as well as tom yum, laksa, as well as minced pork gravy! For something different, you can go for their Nasi Lemak set, which comes with fried chicken wing, fried egg, tau kwa, peanuts, homemade sambal and Japanese cucumber.

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-23, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–8:30 pm daily

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#6 Hong Kong Dim Sum Shop

For classic Cantonese dim sum, Hong Kong Dim Sum Shop has over 50 items on the menu, which includes classics such as Har Gow, BBQ Pork Bun, Chee Cheong Fun, as well as vegetarian options such as Steam Dice Mushroom Dumpling and mains such as Chicken Porridge and Lemongrass Pork Chop with Egg Fried Rice. Best to come in group so you can sample more dishes!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #01-06, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 8 am–11 pm daily

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#7 Create Healthy Lifestyle

Serving only organic and natural food, Create Healthy Lifestyle offers both noodles and brown rice dishes. They don't use garlic, onions, or eggs here, and you won't find much mock meat either. Instead, get fresh and filling meals ranging from economical style rice dishes to noodles, soups, burgers and sushi rolls. Dishes like the Pineapple Fried Rice and Sambal Petai Fried Rice come highly raved!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-06, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 10 am–8 pm daily

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#8 The Asia 2019 Korean Food

Helmed by a pair of cute Korean elders, The Asia 2019 Korean Food is a well-kept secret when it comes to Korean cuisine in Singapore. The Grilled Pork is a crowd favourite, perfectly seasoned, tender and juicy. Other noteworthy dishes include the Tofu Stew and Spicy Wings. Prices are a tad higher than other establishments in Fortune Centre, but the Korean nosh here is truly authentic and unbeatable.

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-05, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 9:30 am–9 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#9 Hangawi Korean Food

Located in Fortune Centre, Hangawi Korean Food serves up affordable tteokguk (Korean rice cake soup), bibimbap, seolleongtang (oxtail soup), samgyetang and more. Often made with a milky bone broth, sliced rice cakes, julienned vegetables, egg and sometimes mandu (dumpling), tteokguk is a comfort meal for many Koreans. It’s also a Korean tradition to eat it on New Years’ Day to symbolise a fresh start and prosperity! Other than that, you can also get free-flow servings of miyeokguk (seaweed soup) here. 

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-18, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–4:30 pm, 6–7:30 pm daily

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#10 Su Shi Piao Xiang Vegetarian

This eatery is a vegan tze char stall that serves local classics such as Petai Fried Rice, Fried Hor Fun, Fried Ee Mee, Claypot Assam “Fish”, Sambal “Prawns” and even Vinegar “Pig” Trotters. The Laksa tastes just like the real thing here even if it was made completely without meat, and the Mee Goreng leans towards the sweeter side and the noodles are coated in a thick spicy tomato sauce. It is sweet, slurpable and laced with wok hei!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #01-01, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 7 am–8:30 pm daily

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#11 Pasta & Co.

Whether you’re vegetarian or not, Pasta & Co. has options for everyone. What’s great about them is that you’ll get to customise your pasta dish according to the way you like it. There are five types of handmade pasta for you to choose from. Signature favourites such as the Beetroot Fusilli, Pumpkin Rigatoni, and Squid Ink Tagliatelle are delicious crowd pleasers that wow with its unique flavours. Pair with a basket of crunchy Truffle Fries or crispy Calamari Rings to complete your meal!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-17, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 12–2:30 pm, 5:30–10 pm Tues to Sat, 12–2:30 pm Sun. Closed on Mon

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#12 Bodhi Deli

Located on the third floor, Bodhi Deli has quite an extensive menu with several rice and noodle items, such as Pumpkin Porridge, Mee Rebus, Lor Mee and Laksa. Everything is made fully vegan here and they’re all affordably priced, so it’s no wonder they’re such a popular spot.

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #03-26/27, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–3 pm daily

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#13 Piu M

Another option for the non-vegetarians, Piu M is a Japanese-Italian izakaya-esque spot. Run by Chef Jun Matsubara and his wife Masako, the menu features a comforting selection of pastas, croquettes, antipasti and stews. Top picks include the melt-in-your-mouth Beef Tongue Stew, Miso Burrata, creamy Uni Pasta, as well as the rich Chicken Liver Pate with a crispy caramelised sugar layer which surprisingly go really well together!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #02-29, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 6 pm–12 am Mon, 11:30 am–12 am Tues, 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6 pm–12 am Wed to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#14 Herbivore

Herbivore is one of the most famous Fortune Centre food, serving up meat-free Japanese cuisine. With items like the Vegan Unagi Maki that’s made with teriyaki tofu unagi, avocado, and cucumber wrapped in Japanese pearl rice, as well as the Vegan Spicy Ramen Set that comes with a side of pan-fried gyoza dumplings filled with assorted vegetables and mushrooms, you won’t even be missing meat! There’s even vegan sashimi that’s made with konjac jelly and it tastes pretty close to the real deal!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #01-13/14, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5–9 pm

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#15 Izakaya Hikari

An affordable and authentic Japanese restaurant, Izakaya Hikari offers a huge variety of Japanese food, from appetisers to the well loved sashimi and donburi bowls. The Hiyayakko Tofu is a popular appetiser. Served cold and garnished with spring onions, the dish is refreshingly tasty. The Sashimi Platter consists of five different kinds of sashimi, including Aka Ebi, Hotate, Salmon, Hamachi and Maguro. For grilled meats, the Yakimono Set combines the restaurant's signature skewers onto one scrumptious platter!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #03-01, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 12–2:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 pm Mon to Fri, 5–10:30 pm Sat. Closed on Sun

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#16 New Green Pasture Cafe

New Green Pasture Cafe offers vegan versions of different cuisines such as Japanese and Korean. All dishes here are crafted from organic ingredients, free from any nasty chemical, pesticides and fertilisers. Must-try dishes include their  Bibimbap which comes with over 13 ingredients! Sweet potato is also used in replacement of the usual egg yolk. A hearty dish with a generous amount of nutritious ingredients, it will definitely leave you and your tummy satisfied!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #04-22, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 11 am–8 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#17 Mama Patisserie

For some healthy fresh bakes, drop by Mama Patisserie, a humble bakery shop known for their large variety. Apart from cakes and cookies, this bakery also serves up stuffed buns with a Japanese twist. Try the popular Green Tea Anpan, which features a matcha bread roll stuffed with sweet red bean filling, or the nutty Black Sesame Yam Bun which comes with yam filling in the centre. Pro tip: Come after 6 pm for the clearance sale, where you can snag these buns at a discounted price!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #01-34, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 9 am–9:30 pm daily

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#18 Wawa Lala Bee Hoon

Founded by a bunch of seafood lovers, WaWa Lala Bee Hoon serves up a smorgasbord of dishes featuring la la. They have  a seawater tank to house live clams onsite, so you can be sure that the seafood here is about as fresh as it can possibly get. Try their signature items such as the Signature Power Drunken Lala Bee Hoon Soup and Power Sambal Lala, as well as other western grub such as Fusilli Vongole.

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #01-11/12, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–9:30 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#19 Tian Yuan Healthy Vegetarian Food Paradise

Tian Yuan Healthy Vegetarian Food Paradise sells hearty vegetarian snacks and vegetarian Chinese cuisine. A bowl of thick saucy Zha Jiang Mian costs $5.50. The thinly-sliced strips of cucumbers, carrots and red cabbage placed atop the noodles not only add a pop of colour, but also a nice crunch and sweetness to the noodles. Some dishes here are only available on a weekly rotational basis; it’s always good to revisit for a taste of their daily specials!

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #01-16, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–7:30 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#20 Tracy Juice Culture

An expert in healthy fibre-packed juices, Tracy Juice Culture is a well-loved eatery in Fortune Centre that also offers delicious mains to fill your stomach. For something out of the ordinary, try the Fruit Juice Curry Udon Noodles! A mix of savoury, sweet, and spicy, this curry gravy is made purely with fruits and vegetables and a secret mix of spices. Or, go for Tracy’s Special Udon  which features a flavourful mushroom broth.

Address: 190 Middle Rd, #01-34, Singapore 188979
Opening Hours: 9:30 am–6:15 pm daily

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