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Little Farms plant-based menu
Photograph: Pailin Boonlong

Little Farms Katong has a new plant-based menu for meatless Mondays

Starts from $48 for a five-course menu

Pailin Boonlong
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Pailin Boonlong
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With gourmet grocery store Little Farms jumping on the plant-based food bandwagon, leading a vegan or vegetarian diet becomes simpler than ever. They've taken it upon themselves to fully embrace meatless Mondays for the month of September.

Little Farms plant-based menu
Photograph: Pailin Boonlong

And when it's a five-course menu featuring the likes of a battered "squid", a burgundy braised ragout, and a "pork" and spinach crepe sauce with an Alfredo sauce – they've turned plant-based foods into a real treat. Like many, what we're most apprehensive about when it comes to plant-based food is that it doesn't taste a single thing like the protein it's mimicking. Not at all the case here.

Take the "squid", which came with a vegan Sriracha mayo and dusting of dukkah. It was hands-down the favourite of our table, with many marvelling at how it was practically indistinguishable from fresh battered calamari. Local brand Happiee! Squidiee is behind the squid replacement, a homegrown company that offers seafood and chicken replacements made from konjac. 

Little Farms plant-based menu
Photograph: Pailin Boonlong

Another plant-based brand featured in this special menu is Fable, which uses shiitake mushrooms for its dense, meaty texture – you'll be able to taste this in the bruschetta starter and the braised ragout. Australian brand v2 also makes an appearance in the "pork" Alfredo crepe. The dessert itself is a chocolate avocado mousse, with a uniquely salty miso caramel that lingers on the tongue. You can also choose to add on a tepache cocktail for $15, a refreshing concoction made from leftover pineapple rind.

Little Farms Katong
Photograph: Little Farms

This five-course menu starts from $48 per diner, and is a tie-up with food importer Country Food, who brings in plant-based brands like Happiee! Squidiee, Fable, and v2. It's available every Monday of September, starting September 5 at Katong Point's Little Farm Bistro.

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