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Green Ba: Vegetarian Rendang Pizza & Amazing Vegetarian Dishes in Somerset

Last Updated: May 15, 2019

Written by Sean Lee

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Located within TripleOne Somerset, Green Ba is actually the second branch of another restaurant of the same name located in Marina Square.

When I first heard that it was a vegetarian restaurant, I honestly did not have very high expectations – but Green Ba really blew my mind with the quality and taste of the food served.

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Green Ba has a rather tastefully decorated interior, with a little hydroponics garden on one side where lettuce and other greens are grown.

Some of these even make it into the dishes that are served, which I felt was pretty cool.

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I had the Supreme Bowl (S$10.90) which was absolutely amazing. Trust me when I say that I would come back here just to have this massive salad bowl. It’s filled to the brim with generous servings of avocado, tomatoes, lettuce, almonds, carrots and raisins.

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I loved the zesty lemon and chia seed sauce that you can drizzle over the Supreme Bowl — it made everything taste amazing.

Another bonus is how perfectly Instagrammable this bowl is, with its many colours.

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I also tried the Truffle Aglio Olio (S$18.90) which was done pretty well. The pasta was cooked al dente and had the right amount of bite to it.

The truffle aroma was extremely fragrant and punchy, perhaps due to the amount of truffle used in this dish.

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Green Ba has not cut any corners here. On top of using truffle oil, they have actually incorporated actual truffles into the dish. The truffles are actually a major component (as much as the mushrooms) rather than a garnish.

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This dish might be a little pricey but if you’re a diehard truffle fan, this is the one you need to try.

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Lastly, I had the Blue Pea Chicken with Lavender Bun (S$11.90) which was quite interesting. Green Ba serves up buns that come in different colours; I opted for the blue pea one which was a pale blue. You can go for the Beetroot Bun if you want a red bun though!

The flavours are a little muted in this burger compared to fast food joints, but it’s certainly clean-tasting. If I were to improve on anything, it would be the buns themselves. At least for the lavender bun, I could not taste the additional herbs used inside. Green Ba could make the flavours more pronounced in the future.

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The mellow cheese used here pairs nicely with the crunchy chicken — or at least that was what I thought. My mind was blown when the owner informed me that the “chicken” here is actually made from mushrooms and soybeans! It really tasted and had the consistency of real meat (watch out, Impossible Meats). Give it a shot!

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I also tried the Rendang Pizza (S$16.90) which features “chicken” chunks in a traditional Indonesian-style rendang sauce. After chowing down on a few slices, I enquired why there was chicken served in a vegetarian restaurant. My mind was once again blown when I was informed that the “chicken” was actually mock meat!

Simply for that reason, this dish is one that warrants a try, even if you are a diehard meat lover. The yellow rendang sauce here might not be the most authentic iteration I have had, but it possessed strong punchy turmeric flavours and a subtle creaminess that reminded me of curry rather than rendang.

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Then again, Rendang Pizza is not a combination you see every day. In my opinion, Green Ba managed to execute this dish pretty well, though there is still room for improvement in terms of the authenticity of the sauce.


Green Ba certainly offers a wide range of vegetarian dishes – apart from salads, burgers and pastas, claypot dishes and vegetarian-friendly cakes are on the menu so there is certainly going to be something here that will satisfy your cravings.

To spice things up, there are new items added to the menu every month or two. Make sure to drop by Green Ba today for healthy, vegetarian clean eating that is big on flavour! You definitely won’t be disappointed.

Expected Damage: S$15  – S$25 per pax

Price: $

Our Rating: 4 / 5

Green Ba

111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset, #01-18, Singapore 238164

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Our Rating 4/5

Green Ba

111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset, #01-18, Singapore 238164

Operating Hours: 11am-9.30pm (Open Daily)

Operating Hours: 11am-9.30pm (Open Daily)
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