Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant in Singapore is best known for its Tapas, but they offer an extensive menu with several vegetarian and vegan options ranging from cold and hot tapas to soups and paella. The interiors are simple and the restaurant has a homely feel to it, which is reflected in some of their dishes. Read our Plant-based dining review here.
Being vegan is no more a reason to stay away from buttery treats for Singapore now has a host of wonderfully rich options for Dairy-Free Butter Alternatives, Vegan Spreads and Nut Butters. About just as lip-smacking as the real deal, these are healthier and ethical too. Make shopping easier with this handy list of dairy-free and lactose-free butters, butter substitues, vegan spreads, available in Singapore.
Bang in the heart of it all, in Raffles City, lies a Tapas Bar that is classy, trendy and most importantly, has stood the test of time in Singapore’s ever changing restaurant landscape. Salt Tapas & Bar is a restaurant that believes not just in good food, but also in having a good time. Helmed by famed Australian chef Luke Mangan, Salt is certainly recommended for vegetarians to enjoy a plethora of Australian fusion dishes that beckon you to look at vegetables in a whole new light. Novel food accompanied with some fine cocktails, desserts and wonderful service make for a delightful experience! Here’s our pick of the top 5 plant-based foods to check out at Salt Tapas & Bar.
Radici means roots in Italian. A newly relaunched Italian restaurant in Tanjong Pagar, Radici is indeed an ode to its name. From the brick walled interior, to the menu options and choice of ingredients, the restaurant is rooted in traditional Italian simplicity and authenticity. Radici is a great choice for vegetarian Italian Dining.
Looking for kid-friendly restaurants that are also vegetarian-friendly? These 15 restaurants rise up to the challenge to prove that being kid-friendly and vegetarian-friendly can be mutually inclusive. So here are 15 Kid-friendly Restaurants in Singapore that are also Vegetarian-Friendly. Not only do these eateries have play grounds or play areas for the kids, they also have a good selection of vegetarian dishes on their menus. So, Eat, Play, Enjoy!
Açai! The wonder berries with a truckload of health benefits; a superfood that also tastes awesome! Also called purple gold, these delicious Açai berries that are are packed with antioxidants, fibre, omega-3 fatty acids and even calcium, have taken the health world by storm. Almost like an ice cream, served as a smoothie, or bowls of pureed açai, topped with the most delicious add-ons make it the go to choice of many fitness conscious people and also those who love to embrace the latest food trends. Dig into this wonder food with our pick of the Best Açai Bowls in Singapore.
Açaí bowls are the latest craze and Singapore’s got its fair share of outlets/cafes serving up these delicious and picture-perfect bowls. Coocaça is amongst the few that serve a variety of products (instead of just one or two bowls) ranging from Açaí bowls to deliciously thick smoothies to refreshing cold pressed juices. Coocaça’s two outlets smack in the middle of Orchard Road, make their açaí bowls the perfect pick-me-up option between your shopping sprees.
As you walk along the dining section of the new and uber cool South Beach Avenue, you are sure to salivate just checking out the umpteen options available. From a whisky bar to a legendary coffee house, the space has it all and the setting is marvellous! Several restaurants boast of great ambience with tasteful décor and floor to ceiling windows overlooking the canopy, with alfresco seats as well. Here are some of our top picks in South Beach Avenue, for vegetarians.
Why limit yourself to a watering hole on the ground when you can have your pick of the most glitzy rooftop bars commanding gorgeous views of the city’s skyline? So here folks, is a list of over 20 of Singapore’s best Rooftop Bars (in no particular order). O yeah, and the tipples there are pretty awesome too!
Vatos is Mexican slang for dudes and is a Ko-Mex (Korean and Mexican fusion) den founded by three Koreans from California and Texas, who conjured up this fantastic new palate that merged Kimchi from Korea in a burrito from Mexico and voila, you have Ko-Mex – a cuisine unique to Vatos! Vatos Urban Tacos came to Singapore in 2016 and has since then been dishing out some mean tacos and cocktails.