New Vegan Fast Food By HRVST At Chinatown!

Delicious vegan burgers, sliders, waffles, and cakes at Hello Baby

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Hidden along the quieter side of the Chinatown Street Market, Hello Baby is a new vegan fast food kiosk opened by HRVST Restaurant and Bar, the popular rooftop vegan eatery in the CBD with an edible garden of its own!
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Quaint and surprisingly photogenic, the food kiosk serves a delightfully wide variety of food items despite its small size – think sliders, burgers, sandwiches, waffles, cakes, and ice cream!
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All ingredients are prepared fresh daily at HRVST before being transported over, and when business is good – especially on Friday and Saturday nights – they close early once they’re all sold out!

Making vegan food fun

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Trashing the misconception that vegan food is all tasteless grains and greens, Hello Baby’s grab-and-go bites are filled with interesting plant-based alternatives like jackfruit sliders, beetroot chips, and coconut-milk ice cream.

Hello Baby Chinatown (5)The Chilli “Crab” Mantou Sliders are crunchy, fluffy, sweet, and spicy all at once.

They even have a local-inspired Chilli “Crab” Mantou Sliders ($10), which are actually enoki mushrooms cooked with a vegan chilli crab sauce and stuffed into a baked mantou!
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To beat the heat though, opt for their vegan Waffles and Ice Cream ($11), which was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. While the coconut-milk ice cream didn’t have the smooth creaminess of gelato, it was just as refreshing as fresh coconut juice – no complaints there!
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Plus, keep your eyes peeled for their Beyond Meat patty burgers launching next week! Well-loved worldwide for being just as delicious and authentic-tasting as beef, the famous American plant-based patties are made from pea protein and beetroot, and each burger will go for $18.
We tried the tentatively-named “Nothing Can Go Wrong” Burger, and it was a classic with housemade vegan mayonnaise, rich and savoury cheddar cheese, crisp lettuce, and pickled zucchini and beetroot chips for that added crunch in every bite.
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Make sure to give the Double Dutch tonic drinks ($4) a try too – they come in unique flavours like Cucumber & Watermelon and Pomegranate & Basil!
Hello Baby
Address: Chinatown Street Food Market, F&B Stall No. 10 (Next to Chinatown Complex Food Center)
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed – Sun: 11.30AM – 9PM

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