Green Monday Group announces the arrival of the OmniSeafood range, a healthier and more sustainable alternative to fish to local shores at Green Common – their one-stop culinary destination for plant-based eating.
The new OmniSeafood line reinforces OmniFoods’ commitment to promote a sustainable ecosystem by providing an alternative and safer source of protein while tackling environmental concerns like overfishing and the degradation of the ocean ecosystem.
OmniSeafood offers culinary versatility reflecting the various taste profiles of animal-based seafood, sharing a similar look, feel and taste. All certified vegan and free from alliums, trans-fat and cholesterol. A safe and mercury-free alternative, plant-based fish is a source of protein that contains no hormones, artificial colours, MSGs, added antibiotics or preservatives.
You can choose from:
Omni Golden Fillet-No-Fish (S$16)
Omni Golden Fishless Taco (S$17)
Omni Chilli Crabless Crab Cake (S$12)
Omni Crabless Pasta (S$16)
OmniTuna Gunkan Sushi (S$9)
Spicy OmniTuna and Omni Crab Cake Pizza (S$16)
Green Common will also be introducing new vegan drinks to its menu. Diners can indulge in the smoothness and richness of plant-based milk foam with the Lippy Tea series featuring a combination of Minor Figures Oat Milk and vegan whipping cream as a topping to the uplifting scented teas:
Roselle Crème (S$7.50)
Osmanthus Sencha Crème (S$8.50)
Blue Pea Flower Crème (S$9)
Guests can also sip on a refreshing take on:
- Singapore Sling (S$8)
- Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie (S$8)
- Chocolate Strawberry Smoothie (S$8)
OmniSeafood will now be available in Singapore from November on a thoughtfully curated menu featuring classic fish dishes with a plant-based spin at the Green Common concept store and café at Vivo City.