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Blk 44 Jalan Merah Saga (#01-60)
Chip Bee Gardens Singapore
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6475-9069
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Restaurants » Vegetarian, Middle Eastern & Turkish
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Original Sin is the first and only Mediterranean vegetarian restaurant in Singapore and a sister restaurant of the Michelangelo's Group of Restaurants. Original Sin is named after the famous fresco which Italian renaissance artist Michaelangelo painted in the Sistine Chapel. It represents the passion, creativity and skill in our unique and flavourful cuisine.

Dine alfresco under the stars or in our candlelit interior surrounded by warm earthy tones, enjoying our innovative menu and award-win

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  1. foodoshoot
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     22 Jul 2010 at 10:18 am
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    For starters, the four of us shared the Magic Mushrooms ($18). Not to be mistaken for the hallucinogenic mushrooms, the ones we had are my favorite juicy Portobello mushrooms stuffed with ricotta cheese, spinach, pesto and pine nuts, baked in tomato basil sauce and mozzarella. On the overall, it wasn’t too cheesy and heavy, which makes it appropriate as a starter. But I can’t guarantee that if you attempt to polish everything off all by yourself.

    I kinda like pasta but penne is not exactly my favorite. That’s when I thought that the vodka would be able justify our order of the Absolut Pasta ($26). There were a whole lot of ingredients such as asparagus, button mushrooms, spinach, capsicum & onion. Ya all vegetables because this is supposed to be vegetarian. I had to keep reminding myself too. Haha I found this pretty mediocre. Anyway it’s still worth trying if you have a Citibank credit card because you can get this for just $10.

    Girls just love to share things, especially food. We like to shove food onto one another’s plates when we have trouble finishing it. Lol. The last thing that we shared was the Supremo Pizza ($22). It was supposed to consist of mozzarella, parmesan, artichoke hearts, olives, capsicum, button mushroom and Australian asparagus. The downside of sharing is that when one of us requests to take away the asparagus, another happily chips in that she doesn’t want capsicum, and then another shouts out no olives.. I think we can just settle for a piece of plain dough. I liked the pizza for its crisp base and thin crust.

    Read it all at http://foodoshoot.wordpress.com/2010/07/21/original-sin-uber-cool-vegetarian-restaurant/

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    1. whiteblanko
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       30 Jun 2008 at 9:40 am

      my boss treated me to original sin last friday (:

      for those who are iffy about vegetarian food and think its all about anaemic looking rabbit food, think again!!

      the wait staff are friendly in a professional way and are appropriately distant.

      first dish (starter) : japanese eggplant ($15). this basically consists of a palm-sized brick of fried tofu (chinese-style), with miso paste sandwiched between the tofu and grilled eggplant. accompanying it are the most amazing mushrooms i've ever had, the seasoning and texture were literally a jolt to my tastebuds as they, in an inexplicable way, tasted like meat.

      second dish (not on menu, daily special i think): warm salad. pan-fried mushrooms and snow peas, with lettuce and toasted bread. the bread was toasted to the point of being hard, which i didnt really appreciate. but overall it tasted good.

      third dish (main): some pizza ($22). cheesy bread with paper-thin crust, topped with generous amounts of capsicum, olives, mushroom. when i brought the leftovers home and re-toasted it the next morning, it still tasted good which is a plus-point for me (:

      fourth dish (dessert): chocolate mud cake ($12). a huge wedge of chocolate cake served with a soup of vanilla ice cream served separately in a prissy little dish, chocolate sauce drizzled artistically (in the way i dont like), together with raspberries, blueberries and strawberries sprinkled sparsely around.

      my least favourite dish must've been the dessert because (a) it wasn't "muddy" enough. dense and rich as the cake may be, i was expecting a fudgy texture. (b) i dont like pretentious food presentations. i like my ice cream on top of the cake and the chocolate sauce on top of the ice cream. too much effort and wastage spreading everything out on the plate. (c) totally not worth $12. i think i still prefer my home-baked choc brownie.

      but overall, a good experience. the food was good, dine alfesco cos there's a good breeze and more conducive atmosphere for long chats (:

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