Located on the rooftop garden of Orchard Central, Joie by Dozo presents a refreshing concept that specialises in modern meatless cuisine inspired by Japanese-European sensibilities and flavours. The restaurant practically showcases vegetables in a new light. The effort that has been put in in the food reflects in every dish, as there is ample play of colours, textures and flavours.
When it comes to catering to vegetarians and vegans, Grand Hyatt is a step ahead of the competition. Their multi-cuisine restaurant Mezza9 has 9 different stations that include a Western Grill, Chinese, Thai, Japanese & Sushi, each with plant-based options. You can even enjoy fabulous vegan salads at the Seafood station. Every cuisine here is authentic and has stood the test of time (we’re talking 20 years). Besides these, you can also enjoy desserts from the Patisserie or choose from the city’s largest selection of martinis at the Martini Bar. The ambience is refined, yet relaxed and the staff and service are top-notch, making for fabulous vegetarian and/or vegan dining.
Asian cuisine has been and continues to be one of the most popular cuisines globally. If you love Asian vegetarian food, you have a lot to rejoice for Singapore has several restaurants that offer glorious vegetarian Asian food.
The restaurants mentioned here all dish up a range of Asian or Asian-fusion dishes, from Korean and Japanese to Peranakan and Thai. What’s more is that all of the restaurants mentioned here are vegetarian-only restaurants, with several of them being vegan and all having plenty of vegan choices.
For the vegetarians and vegans who love to experiment with food and cuisines, The Bonless Kitchen’s meat-free Korean Cuisine is a welcome treat. The Boneless Kitchen boasts of a vegetarian menu, wherein 90% of the dishes are suitable for vegans too. From popularly known Korean dishes like Kimchi and Bibimbap, to the lesser known Doenjang Jjigae and Yachae Jeon, every dish is yum.
Vegetarian and vegan Japanese restaurants are not aplenty in Singapore but there are a few that stand out and even though they may not all be vegetarian-only, they have enough to make the vegetarians/vegans return. Read on to find out about our recommendations for the Best Japanese Restaurants for Vegetarians and Vegans in Singapore.
Teng Bespoke – Healthy and authentic Japanese dining the vegetarian way, with 90% of the dishes being either vegan or can be customized as such. Here are 5 Fabulous vegan and vegetarian dishes to try! Bespoke beckons!
Sufood is your place for stylish and innovative vegetarian cuisine. Sufood serves Western & Asian cuisine that is light and flavourful, and also nutritious, honest and unbelievably delicious.
One of the best restaurants in Singapore for Indian Fine Dining, Rang Mahal focuses on lighter food with authentic Indian tastes, that is prepared passionately with the freshest ingredients and the finest repertoire of flavours and textures.
Vietnamese cuisine is defined by its simplicity. Sumptuous, flavourful and moreish, Singapore has its ample places for vegetarian Vietnamese fare. Head to one of these and indulge in one of the most popular cuisines around.