Artichoke is a middle eastern inspired restaurant with tons of vegetarian and vegan options. While the menu draws on middle-eastern flavours, it is far from traditional and that is the fun part. Located in the heart of Singapore’s Arts and Heritage district, Artichoke is housed in a brightly coloured yellow building.
Canals, bicycles, museums, cheeses, cafés, and need I even mention tulips or the infamous Red Light District! These are just some of the images that the mere mention of Amsterdam conjures up. Amsterdam is also a family-oriented city with numerous activities for children. With the endless waterways, welcoming residents, delicious food and lush green landscape Amsterdam quickly cemented a place in my heart as a city that will remain special forever. Here are some of my top picks on what to do as a family.
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.
Smaller spaces, crowded roads, a MTR system which is older than modern Singapore; complemented by the bustling business district, high end boutiques and cosmopolitan population – All these make Hong Kong a unique holiday experience. Here’s a complete travel guide to Hong Kong.
Head to Thanying, Singapore for a Royal Thai Dining Experience. Awesome Thai food, with a host of vegetarian and vegan options available. With an extensive choice of veg dishes, there is no reason to not book a table rightaway!
Vegetarian Friendly Meter – Kid Friendly Meter – Vegetarianism has always been a way of life for me. It is a healthier and fuss free option and has been serving my body well so far. As I pile on the years and some kgs too, I find myself constantly looking for unconventional yet tasty options for satiating the taste buds. On one such sojourn, we decided to tryRead Now