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A vegetarian haven in Little India

The distinctly South Indian vegetarian cuisine of Komala Vilas is devoid of aggressive spices or seasoning. Yet that simplicity has commanded a following of foodies of all stripes since 1947


FOR most Singapore Hindus, visiting the temple invariably entails abstinence from meat, fish and eggs as well as foods that contain eggs such as cakes and most pastries - a 5,000-year-old tradition of going purely vegetarian.

After prayer at one of the three temples along Serangoon Road,

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