Tracy Juice Culture Has Fruit Curry Udon And More

Tracy Juice Culture has affordable fusion vegan fare in Bugis and Tanjong Pagar

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Attention to all those embarking on a diet to gear up for the upcoming holiday season: Tracy Juice Culture is a vegan haven that offers a range of healthy and unique dishes without breaking the bank. You can find them at two conveniently located spots: the first in Fortune Centre and the second at International Plaza.

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You might have heard of their Fruit Juice Curry Udon ($9.90), an intriguing dish crafted by blending curry with various fruits. This dish includes a variety of ingredients such as tofu and tau pok, garnished with curry leaves, and topped with fresh fruits such as dragon fruit, cherry tomatoes, and grapes. Many describe this dish as a refreshing combination of spicy and creamy notes from the curry, complemented by the tanginess of the added fruit.

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Tracy’s Special Mushroom Udon ($9.90) is a signature dish and also a bestseller that shouldn’t be missed. This dish stars thick udon noodles in an umami-laden, mushroom-rich broth with fresh broccoli, cherry tomatoes, house-made soya and mushroom balls, and savoury shiitake mushrooms.

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For those who prefer rice, consider going for their Wild Rice Congee ($5.50) instead, an ultimate comfort food. Each bowl features five different types of organic rice slowly stewed with fresh herbs, wolfberries, corn, mushrooms, and golden pumpkin, then topped with seaweed to serve.

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If you’re looking to cool down from the hot weather, Tracy Juice Culture serves a refreshing array of desserts. A must-try is the Peach Gum Cheng Tng ($6) that’s said to have energy-boosting properties. This dessert comprises sweet longan, succulent red dates, crunchy white fungus, and amber peach gum, finished with a touch of honey. Another great option to go for is the Red Bean with Lotus Seeds ($6).

Alternatively, they also offer a range of beverages, including options such as Creamy Beetroot ($6) and Wheaty Black Soya ($6.50), just to name a few.

For more Japanese fusion food, visit Abang Curry, which serves halal Japanese fusion curry rice with pineapple satay sauce at JEM. Otherwise, check out our guide to the best vegan restaurants in Singapore for more delicious vegan fare.

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Tracy Juice Culture is not a halal-certified eatery.

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