Visiting Singapore ?
Guided day trips are a very nice way to explore this unique and beautiful city...
The main draw of this lovely vegetarian restaurant is its philosophy of "Eat what you want - Give as you feel"... There are no prices on the menu and no one will stop you from leaving the place without paying for the meal (although less than a few people are taking advantage).
The restaurant is actually a section of a spiritual charity organization, called The Temple of Fine Arts (TFA), which believes in serving the society through arts, music and dance, and the employees here are all volunteers...
The lavish and opulent décor looks like something between a Maharaja palace and a sheer Bollywood kitsch... Ambience is quite pleasant, with a nice mix of locals, expatriates, tourists and backpackers, and the food is good, authentic and homey...
There are two outlets in Singapore:
#01-04 Central Square, 20 Havelock Road (10 minutes walk from MRT-Clarke Quay)
Daily, for lunch ad dinner
Phone: 6339 9993
The outlet at 104 Amoy Street (near Far East Square) is opened daily (except Sunday) for lunch only (11 am - 3 pm)
Phone: 6223 0809