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.
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.
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.
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.
Australian food is a potpourri of flavours from everywhere. This is exactly what we get at Fynn’s – an elegant combination of distinctive flavours with comfort food. Fynn’s is a casual, modern Australian restaurant at the very slick South Beach Tower, their specialty being homemade pastas and signature cocktails.
If there’s one meal that rules them all, its brunch. And Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant does weekend brunch perfectly. While the Clinton St. Omelette is probably the best you’ll find in Singapore, the Blueberry Pancakes are to die for, and incidentally voted as the best in NYC (their first and original outlet).