23 Oct '12, 6pm

Check out this great pescetarian café

Café setting: This is for those who have chosen to stick to a diet of seafood, shellfish and no meat. Christina Tan set up this café to encourage her son, Dann, to adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle. This Eastwood Centre café decorated in black-and-white has its roots in extensive home-based food research and cooking experiments. What to eat: There is an array of healthy treats: this includes low-carbohydrate gluten-free vegetarian dishes made with fresh vegetables and organic patties. The otah with Japanese cucumber sandwich ($5) is flavourful with generous spiced chunky fish meat filling; while the pleasant semolina-based 'QQ' noodles with seafood ($14) is lightly sweet because of the carob (chocolate substitute) sauce seasoning. The latter reminds us of a healthier cousin of typical tze char noodles. The café’s signature dessert is steamed cupcakes ($3–$4). Made with or...

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