The Botanic, is a new fusion restaurant of eclectic Asian flavours and Mediterranean inspirations that is practically a treat for vegetarians and vegans. Nestled in a corner of the Raffles Shopping Centre, it offers an array of plant-based plates receiving equal footing on its menu alongside the sustainable meats and seafood.
2018 was a great year for veganism in Singapore! We saw people and restaurants embracing the movement, we saw the launch of several plant-based meats, we saw vegan pop-ups happening around town and vegan dining events packed out. Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is now taking the ‘party’ into 2019 by announcing that they’re working on refreshing their menus to include more plant-based options. So, what promptedRead Now
“Budapest is a prime site for dreams: the East’s exuberant vision of the West, the West’s uneasy hallucination of the East”, M. John Harrison, in The Course of the Heart. Budapest evokes images of a city that overwhelms you, excites you and indulges you all at the same time. Budapest has something for everyone. Hungary’s capital city is steeped in art, history and culture andRead Now
If you’re looking for vegan or vegetarian hi-tea in Singapore, there is none like what The Landing Point offers. Located in the posh Fullerton Bay Hotel, The Landing Point’s décor is luxurious, and it is the perfect place to unwind over a cuppa (and much more), while enjoying panoramic views of Marina Bay’s waterfront. From sweets to savouries and the buffet, you will be spoilt for choice, be it drinks or eats.
Housed in the culturally rich district of Kampong Glam, Flying Monkey is an Indian Restaurant and Bar that brings funk to Indian dining. The restaurant serves Pan-Indian cuisine alongside classic cocktails with an Indian twist. The ambience is lively, with colourful murals adorning the walls and quirky accents spread throughout the place. There are options aplenty for vegetarians and vegan dishes can be done upon request.
Yantra becomes the first (fine-dining) restaurant in Singapore to launch a 5-Course Vegan Indian Menu. You don’t just get to dig into fare that is ethical, the food is also simply outstanding. Having been around for 10 years, the award-winning restaurant has firmly stood the test of time and is well known for presenting North-Indian dishes in a new light. The menu at Yantra is carefully designed, and the spices are specially flown in from India.
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.
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.