Sunday is a day where I normally have a vegetarian Sunday lunch with my parents. Mom is a full-fledged vegetarian for 25 years.
Whole Earth comes about as a classy and neat eatery for vegetarian food. The walls of the restaurant are predominately white giving it a very pleasant ambiance to dine.
The menu is neat and it is surprising to learn that its philosophy to provide "robust flavours and exciting texture created from wholesome plant-based ingredients". It good to see that they "commit to steer from traditional mock meats and MSG"
The starter that first appeared on the table was deep fried seaweed wrapped in popiah skin. Not saltiesh at all, with a tinge of seaweed flavour and crunchiness. Lovely.
The remaining dishes we ordered were Broccoli with Braised Monkeyhead Mushroom, Thai Green Pumpkin Curry, Olive Fried Rice and Homemade Fish Noodle Soup.
The Monkeyhead Mushroom has a meat-like tender meat texture braised together with broccoli, herb "tang gui" and wolfberries. This is listed as Whole Earth's top 12 dishes.
The Thai Green Pumpkin Curry is listed under category Thai Cuisine in the Menu. A quote from the menu quote it as "A colourful and healthy recipe which includes pumpkin, blue ginger, cauliflower, lemongrass, long cabbage, coconut and red chilli for that extra zing". The olive fried rice is fragrant and home-made fish noodle taste is good. Noticed the addition of salted vegetable and sour plum to give the soup zest. Do watch out for the sour plum as in my opinion is meant to give the soup taste but not to be eaten as it is too saltish.