CLOSED DOWN - As of 17/7/2014.
Pumpkin Pops, which I found pretty reasonable for the price. Taste wise, the pops had a nice crunchy outer layer, and a soft fluffy pumpkin centre. The sweetness of pumpkin was not really present, and I didn't really detect any other flavour, making it a little one dimensional and flavourless. Salt, in particular, was lacking.
Price: $2.90. 6/10
Minizilla Set. This set comes with three mini-sized burgers and a side of coleslaw - Or at least it was supposed to come with a side of coleslaw. After all our food arrived, the coleslaw was not to be seen. I asked the staff 'shouldn't the minizilla set come with coleslaw?' - To which he abruptly replied 'no' - Even though it clearly states it comes with coleslaw. Confused, I returned back to my seat. A couple of minutes later the staff gave us a side of salad, not coleslaw. I'm still perplexed as to what went on exactly with the coleslaw. Other than the weird coleslaw incident, this set meal is pretty decent. Having a selection of mini burgers is great for those wanting to sample the different kinds, without getting too full. The three types of burger are tofu fusion, herbshrooms, and royal mushroom. The royal mushroom stood out as being the best burger I tried at Greenzilla, really outstanding.
Price: $6.90. 7/10
Herbshrooms Burger. Overall this was a pretty satisfying burger. The burger bun has strong herb flavour, which gives the burger almost an Italian feel to it. The mushroom patty is juicy and flavourful, and perhaps a little pasty in texture. One thing I usually despise about ordering burgers in Singapore is the rancid (almost rotten) state of the lettuce and tomato used. One big positive about Greenzilla is that their ingredients are definitely fresh, which makes a huge difference for me. Not only are all the ingredients fresh, but everything (bun, patties, sauces etc) at Greenzilla is painstakingly handmade, which is really refreshing.
Price: $5.90. 7/10
Tofu Fusion Burger. This is mainly due to the distinctive black appearance. The blackness in the burger bun comes from charcoal, which doesn't really taste of anything, but certainly makes it look unique. The highlight of this burger was the tofu patty. The tofu has been marinated in a dark sauce, which really penetrated into the tofu, making it nice and flavourful. The tofu texture was perfect too, neither too soft nor too tough. What I didn't like about this burger was the sheer messiness of it. After one bite, the tofu patty will start sliding around like an ice hockey puck. Also, the BBQ sauce used is too diluted and watery. This causes the sauce to soak into the burger bun - Eating soggy bread doesn't appeal to me. Thicken up the sauces, and this burger will be a winner.
Price: $5.90. 6/10
Conclusion - So I know the question you all want to ask me - Vegan Burg vs Greenzilla? Which is better? I don't want to dodge this question, but it is important to note that Greenzilla is only a few months old. If Greenzilla can continue to grow, and learn from the things that Vegan Burg do well, and capitalise on the things Vegan Burg do poorly, then I foresee Greenzilla being capable of surpassing Vegan Burg. I'll be interested to see how Greenzilla evolves in the future.
Food - 7/10
Service - 6/10
Value - 7/10