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.
VeganBurg, the world’s first 100% plant-based burger joint was founded in 2010. “Think fast food is junk food? Think again” is the fabulous tag line that has been associated with the brand since their inception. VeganBurg’s mission, to inspire a revolution of taste and health inspired by plant-based dining options, is surely impressive. Get a taste of their amazing burgers, that are completely plant-based.
When you are looking for food that is light on your tummy yet seduces your taste buds, Greek food is one of the top contenders. After all, what could compete with a colourful and flavourful Greek Salad, followed by a sinfully rich Baklava? Singapore boasts of some top-notch Greek Restaurants that also serve ample for the plant-based diner. Here’s our pick of 4 authentic Greek Restaurants that serve a more-then-decent spread of vegan and vegetarian food that will have you hooked.
Mykonos on the Bay, at Sentosa Cove is a little gems hidden around Singapore, with the perfect blend of tranquility, quietude and energetic vibe paired with some great authentic Greek food. Here’s our pick of the top dishes for vegetarians.
Caffè Vergnano 1882, in the swanky South Beach Tower is not just another café, but a family run establishment with a legendary reputation for coffee. You can enjoy a delicious brew while the kids gobble their grub. The coffee is Divine with a capital D, and child-friendly, vegetarian food options are aplenty.
Bakalaki’s offering of plant-based dishes will have vegetarians and even vegans jumping up and down in glee! The simple yet delicious authentic Greek food at Bakalaki gives you a harmonious taste of homemade style food paired with restaurant style cooking. Every morsel is comfort food that transports you to your moms’ and grand-moms’ hearth, which is the intent.
Sitting among the row of shop houses in amoy Street is Alati, a Greek restaurant well worth its salt. Alati’s Vegetarian menu is vast and indulgent enough to give any vegetarian a good meal with enough veg choices. While their Pita & Dips are a great way to start the meal, the Baklava is the perfect way to end it.