We are always on the lookout for cafés that serve quality brew, alaongside fabulous vegan & vegetarian fare that goes beyond croissants and pancakes. Here are 5 of our favourite cafés around Singapore, that not only serve a mean cup of Joe but also deliver on the veg-vegan front.
Something about weekend brunch just sets it apart from other meals. Maybe it is the relaxed weekend vibe and the fact that this vibe turns meals to happiness on a plate. Of course, to make that happiness linger, we need awesome plant-based food. Here are some of our favourite restaurants to head to for Weekend Brunch that offers yummo vegetarian and vegan options.
The Botanic, is well-known for its spectacular plant-based dining and one of its most popular dishes is the Kale Salad, Seeds & Grains! The fabulous mix of Kale, golden raisins, nuts and seeds, shallots, capers and pomegranate, with a sprinkling of quinoa is extremely well balanced and tastes fabulous. Here is the recipe contributed by Group Executive Chef Shannon Binnie of The Botanic.
Holster Australia started out as a range of jelly sandals and espadrilles and has presently evolved into a comprehensive range of vegan-friendly, trans-seasonal footwear for women and children. The core principles of the brand are being sustainable and vegan-friendly, with emphasis on innovation, construction and design.
From Spanish Tapas to Indian Samosas to Plant-Based Meat Burgers to healthy Açai Bowls to vegan Pizzas and much, much more, vegan and vegetarian food is available aplenty at Jewel Changi Airport. Here is EatRoamLive’s Guide to Vegan & Vegetarian Food, Vegan Drinks and Vegan Shoes at Jewel Changi.
Singapore has a mind-boggling array of Thai restaurants that will keep even the critics happy. Vegetarians and vegans need not worry either, there are many Thai restaurants in Singapore that offer a decent selection of veg delights. Here is our pick of the Top Thai Restaurants in Singapore, for Vegetarians and Vegans.
Indian Chinese cuisine (also known as Indo-Chinese cuisine or “Hakka Chinese”) as the name suggests is an Indian take on Chinese dishes and cooking techniques. Extremely popular in India, Singapore isn’t untouched by this fusion cuisine either. Here’s where you can enjoy Vegetarian & Vegan Indian Chinese food, in Singapore.
Grand Hyatt Singapore has been the flag bearer for a shift towards a more sustainable way of life. From making ethical and sustainable food choices, to reducing food wastage, making sure edible food reaches the plates of needy, managing waste and generating power from it, it goes the whole hog in making a difference and reducing its carbon footprint.
Visit EarthFest, Singapore for a fun day that will teach you all you need to know about leading a sustainable life with resources that will help you transform. Meet EatRoamLive as it sets up a station to talk about eliminating food wastage by introducing you to project Takeaway.
If you’re looking to indulge your sweet tooth the vegan way this Christmas, we have the perfect recipe for you, contributed by Brunetti, Singapore. The sinfully indulgent Log cake has a Walnut Brownie base topped with a generous layer of choco mousse and is guaranteed to satisfy your sweet Christmas cravings!