I was so excited to visit Clover 8 last weekend, 7 days after this vegetarian & vegan restaurant at Kallang Leisure Park. Clover 8 serves Thailand, Vietnamese and Italian cuisines and also hand made vegetarian dim sum by Hong Kong Chef. Overall, within Kallang Leisure Park, Clover 8 is relatively affordable. We prefer their Asian dishes to their Western dishes.
For starters, we tried their:
Glutinous rice in Lotus Leaf ($4.80) – nice without being too oily!
Deep Fried Cashew “Cheese” Ball ($5.80) – unhealthy but glad that there is a vegan cheese option!
Toasted Ravioli ($5.80) – Don’t recommend this dish as the it was relatively tasteless and very oily!
Olive Fried Wild Rice ($5.80) – One of their signature dishes and healthier option to white rice. Love the vegetarian crispy floss!
Vietnam Hot and Sour Soup ($5) – Looks innocent but quite lethally hot!
Pad Thai ($5.80) – Good value and decent taste for that price in a mall setting.
Nasi Lemak ($5.80) – I enjoyed this dish. The mock fried fish and chilli made it taste like regular Nasi Lemak!
Chicken Rice ($5.80) – Nice dish as well with good chicken replacement and fragrant rice.
Vegetable Spaghetti ($12.80) – Don’t recommend this as it was salty and not much of other flavours when it is twice the price of other Asian dishes.
I would revisit if I am in the area but I would go for their Asian dishes (Recommended: Olive Fried Wild Rice, Nasi Lemak, Vietnam Hot and Sour Soup, Glutinous rice in Lotus Leaf) because all the western dishes were disappointing. There were also no sets left for us, and at least 10 dishes that had run out. I hope they would have the sets available for us the next time we are back!
Clover 8 Bistro Vegetarian & Vegan Dining
Address: 5 Stadium Walk #01-40 Kallang Leisure Park, S(397693)
Tel: 63482077 / 63481196
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Opens Daily)
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