Dinner Meetup & Chat with a Vegan Doctor & Chef

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Dr Chan Tat Hon is a unique Singapore MD – http://www.drchantathon.com. He is a vegan who is both a practicing physician and a restaurant head chef.  You can also read more about him from his personal blog http://whatscookingdoc.sg

And, his restaurant, The Bento People – http://www.thebentopeople.com – is unique too. Its extensive menu was specifically designed to cater to and delight both vegans and omnivores.

So, The Bento People is the perfect place for vegans and other vegetarians to bring their non-veg friends, colleagues and family members. The restaurant’s motto is: Where both Vegans & Meat-lovers can Choose Healthy & Eat Happy together.

Here’s the schedule for Monday, 13 November. Please arrive by 7pm and order your food as soon as you arrive so as to allow more time for the sharing by Dr Chan. You can see the choices for your bento at the restaurant’s website: http://www.thebentopeople.com (just scroll down a bit).

No fees or advance payment necessary, just order and pay for your food at the counter. The food ordered by 7pm should arrive by 7.30pm, and Dr Chan will share about the relationship between a plant strong diet and health as well as his personal whole food plant based journey as well as answer any questions till the restaurant closes at 8.30pm.

Dr Chan Tat Hon is a unique Singapore MD – http://www.drchantathon.com. He is a vegan who is both a practicing physician and a restaurant head chef.  You can also read more about him from his personal blog http://whatscookingdoc.sg

And, his restaurant, The Bento People – http://www.thebentopeople.com – is unique too. Its extensive menu was specifically designed to cater to and delight both vegans and omnivores.

So, The Bento People is the perfect place for vegans and other vegetarians to bring their non-veg friends, colleagues and family members. The restaurant’s motto is: Where both Vegans & Meat-lovers can Choose Healthy & Eat Happy together.

Here’s the schedule for Monday, 13 November. Please arrive by 7pm and order your food as soon as you arrive so as to allow more time for the sharing by Dr Chan. You can see the choices for your bento at the restaurant’s website: http://www.thebentopeople.com (just scroll down a bit).

No fees or advance payment necessary, just order and pay for your food at the counter. The food ordered by 7pm should arrive by 7.30pm, and Dr Chan will share about the relationship between a plant strong diet and health as well as his personal whole food plant based journey as well as answer any questions till the restaurant closes at 8.30pm.