Name: 7 Sensations@Little India 七彩轩
Status: Permanently Closed
Address: 279 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208943
Opening Hours: Tue to Sun 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 9.30pm. Closed on Mon (Confirmed)
Onion/Garlic?: No
Alcohol?: No
Egg?: No
Organic?: No
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7 Sensations had garnered a loyal following among the local vegetarian community since its first outlet at Little India. It had been operating at Millenia Walk for several years, before moving into its present location at Jalan Besar more than 6 months ago.


Stepping into 7 Sensations was like walking into Singapore’s past. The walls were decorated with Chinese vintage posters and old Singapore landmarks. Oldies blared out of the speakers, enveloping the restaurant with a nostalgic ambience.


Shepard Pie



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Though the pie looked similar to the baked cheese dishes elsewhere, we still liked the soft potato fillings beneath the cheese.

Price: $9.80
Quality: 4/5

DIY Popiah Set



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This pricey Popiah set was served in separate bowls of ingredients. The ingredients were enough to make about six popiahs. Although the popiahs tasted ordinary, we had so much fun concocting different combinations of ingredients (like lettuce, steamed turnips and beancurd) for each of them. This dish would be most enjoyable for a family or friends outing.

Price: $16.80
Quality: 3.5/5

7 Sensations Pizza



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We liked the crispy crust and ample cheese. The menu indicated that there were vegetarian tuna, but we could not find them at all.

Price: $11.80
Quality: 3.5/5

Homemade Tofu Rolls



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The fillings consisted of minced Tofu blended with carrot and mushroom wrapped in deep fried Tofu skin. The rolls did not have much taste on their own, so dipping in the Thai-style sweet and sour chilli sauce was a must. The Thai sauce was actually more sweet than sour.

Price: $10.80
Quality: 4/5

Basil Pesto Pasta



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We seldom saw this type of pasta in vegetarian restaurants. The Prata sauce had a distinct taste which was hard to describe. We recommended our readers to try out the pasta.

Price: $9.80
Quality: 3.5/5


We found most of the Italian and Asian dishes from 7 sensations above average. However, the dishes were quite expensive. which meant that we recommended our readers to only patronise the restaurant during special occasions.

We walked to the restaurant from Farrer Park MRT on the North-East line.