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Experience A New Wave of Dining and Vegetable Appreciation at The Gourmet Greens Week

Earth’s finest water FIJI Water and Asia’s premier online restaurant reservations provider The Chope Group, have joined hands to present an exciting Gourmet Greens Week from 23 to 29 November 2015 in Singapore. So what’s the Gourmet Greens Week all about?

It is a seven day wonder at Singapore’s hottest restaurants spanning cuisine such as Balinese, French, Italian, Indian and Mediterranean showcasing exquisite vegetarian menus priced at $30++ for a four-course set lunch and $45++ for a four-course dinner. During the meal, diners will receive a complimentary bottle of FIJI Water which serve as the perfect pairing for the innovative vegetable-centric dishes.

A vegetarian or meatless eater will not find his or her choices limited in Singapore, as these dining establishments offer a variety of delicious vegetarian or meatless meals that are sure to satisfy – even the carnivores.

Participating merchants include big names and popular restaurants like Absinthe, Afterglow, Blue Bali, Burlamacco, Highlander (Chijimes), Humpback, Luxe Sydney, Original Sin, Oso Ristorante, Pepenero, Punjab Grill, Song of India, Sugarhall, Tandoor, The Missing Pan, Neon Pigeon and Sopra Cucina & Bar.

Here are some highlights from the Gourmet Greens Week (Preview)

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About the restaurant – Afterglow aims to bring sexy back to vegetables. Often misunderstood, vegetables can be extremely flavourful, refreshing and satisfying. With the food at Afterglow, you will begin to understand their passion for going back to the basics, with their feet firmly planted in the soil.

Dish of the Gourmet Green Week at Afterglow – Asian Kale Salad with sesame oil and ginger vinaigrette. 

Restaurant location: 24 Keong Saik Road Singapore 089131

Websitehttp://afterglow.sg

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About the restaurant – Neon Pigeon is a modern urban Izakaya. In keeping with Japan’s social houses, the restaurant is about the pulsing energy coupled with simple, flavourful food and drinks at reasonable prices. The food is accessible and fun for sharing, highlighting Japanese flavours.

Dish of the Gourmet Green Week at at Neon Pigeon – Miso Roasted Pumpkin Rice with sugar snap peas, crispy garlic and egg yolk. 

Restaurant location: 1 Keong Saik Road Singapore 089109

Websitehttp://www.neonpigeonsg.com

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About the restaurant – Luxe is the quintessential Sydney all-day dining venue, brought to Singapore. Their focus is to offer a luxurious, yet approachable environment which offers amazing all-day dining for anybody and everybody.

Dish of the Gourmet Green Week at Luxe – Quinoa and Beetroot Falafel. 

Restaurant location: 1 Keong Saik Road #01-04 Singapore 089109

Website: http://luxesydney.sg

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About the restaurant – Song of India takes you on a journey through India, where traditional dishes have been given a unique twist to create combinations of flavours that excite the palate. Authentic herbs, spices and the finest ingredients, sourced from India and the world lend their distinctive flavours to each delicacy, and yet are light and healthy.

Dish of the Gourmet Green Week at Song of India – Alphonso Mango Kulfi.

Restaurant location: 33 Scotts Road Singapore 228226

Websitehttp://thesongofindia.com

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Gourmet Green Weeks – FIJI Water x Chope

Bookings will commence on 16 November 2015.

More about Chope – http://www.chope.co

More about FIJI Waterhttp://fijiwater.sg

1 reply »

  1. I was looking for new reading material and I stumbled upon your blog. Great post. Well written and inspiring. Looking forward to coming back and explore other ones you have. You made me miss Singapore!

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