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Violet Oon Extends Their Plant-based and Gluten-free Specialties

Start from 7 January 2021, Violet Oon Singapore Satay Bar & Grill offers a special menu of plant-based dishes.

This extended menu continues to pay homage to the myriad of local food stories. Through the use of popular regional spices that accentuate the meaty flavours of mushrooms and vegetables. Further, elevated with heady rempahs, house-made sauces, and the smoky sear of the grill. All to create the tantalising, sizzling flavours that diners love.

Buah Keluak Fried Rice, S$25

New Signature Go-To

Especially, their new signature, the go-to repertoire is the Buah Keluak Fried Rice. Nonetheless, this hearty main features fried jasmine rice tossed with Buah Keluak. Together with succulent oyster mushrooms, garnished with kaffir lime leaf and chopped candlenuts.

Kunyit Lemak King Oyster Mushroom, S$24.00

Smoke-kissed Classics

For the taste of local smoke-kissed classics from Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill, one of the highlights is the Kunyit Lemak King Oyster Mushroom. It is a dish rich with the smoky, full-bodied flavors of meaty King Oyster Mushroom. In addition, there is the earthiness of a turmeric-infused coconut sauce.

Jagung Bakar Pedas Manis, S$18

For Those Who Love Spicy Food

The Jagung Bakar Pedas Manis is one of the spiciest newcomers. Chargrilled corn on the cob coated in a fiery sauce with a hint of sweetness that is slightly tempered by a topping of feta cheese.

Grilled Cauliflower Sambal Tumis, S$19

The Grilled Cauliflower Sambal Tumis is milder. Starring smoky chunks of cauliflower atop a bed of a moreish sambal sauce and sprinkled with kaffir lime leaves.

Novel alternatives to meat

Another must-try dish is the XO Impossible Satay. A special meatless rendition of the traditional satay. Hand-formed from the Impossible meat marinated in Violet Oon Singapore’s signature satay spices and charred on the grill. Each succulent bite is enlivened with a sweet and tangy pineapple puree complemented by steamed rice cake, cucumber and red onions.

Dessert anyone?

Undoubtedly, no visit to a Violet Oon Singapore restaurant is complete without desserts. Pulut Hitam with Dairy-Free Coconut Ice Cream and Kueh Beng Kah are more beloved signatures. Marking the end of your feast on a sweet and nostalgic note.

Where to taste the delicacies?

Violet Oon Singapore’s extended plant-based and gluten-free menu are exclusively available at Violet Oon Satay Bar & Grill, located at 3B River Valley Rd, Singapore 179021.

To reserve a table, please ring 9834 9935 or visit violetoon.com.