Porta at Park Hotel in Clarke Quay is an all-day bistro style dining enclave offering an innovative menu that features modern European cuisine with Asian influences, to suit both the local and international palettes. Check out Porta’s newly launched plant-based menu that features vegan, vegetarian, GF and nut-free dishes.
Jade, one of its marque restaurants has been offering diners an authentic Chinese cuisine of exceptional quality for the last 11 years and has now launched ‘Taste the Future’, a special plant-based five-course menu (S$68++ per person) that is a next step towards sustainable living. All of the menu’s mainstays are pure vegan, made with no meat, eggs or dairy.
Well Dressed Salad Bar & Café is an interesting and unique restaurant that triggers off curious thoughts on what the experience would be like. Don’t go by the name, this place serves way more than salads and coffee and is well-known for its creative dishes and its eggless vegan waffles and bakes. On a rainy Sunday morning, Ganesh and I set off, excited and intriguedRead Now
Cask and Bangers in Clark Quay is a British Gastropub with trendy interiors, an extensive range of drinks, a selection of unpretentious comfort food, and live music for a rocking night out? What’s more is that Cask and Bangers is one British pub where you will not lack in food choices. They have a varied food menu, with a selection of vegetarian dishes too.
Summerlong at Roberston Quay offers a beautifully curated holiday ambience. Think comfy beach seating, colourful lights, staff in floral beach shirts, complete with a hammock! The restaurant serves Eastern and Western Mediterranean cuisines from an open kitchen, with great vegetarian offerings as well.
Nestled in what appears to be a quaint shophouse in Telok Ayer is Shake Farm HQ – the newest kid on the healthy eating circuit, founded with a mission of healthy, fresh and tasty eating. Something for everyone, anytime of the day. The ambience is nice and relaxed, and the service attentive. The pricing is in line with the rather large portions they serve. High on ‘eat clean and sustainability index’.
The burgers at Hans Im Glück German Burgergrill are fresh, healthy and handcrafted- a far cry from the greasy, calorie rich burgers that a fast food joint would serve. For the herbivores, on offer are 7 vegetarian and 4 vegan burgers, a variety of sides and salads and drinks ranging from beer and wines, to cocktails and mocktails. The fairy-tale like ambience and the fun cheerful staff make sure your dining experience is memorable.
VeganBurg, the world’s first 100% plant-based burger joint was founded in 2010. “Think fast food is junk food? Think again” is the fabulous tag line that has been associated with the brand since their inception. VeganBurg’s mission, to inspire a revolution of taste and health inspired by plant-based dining options, is surely impressive. Get a taste of their amazing burgers, that are completely plant-based.
Mykonos on the Bay, at Sentosa Cove is a little gems hidden around Singapore, with the perfect blend of tranquility, quietude and energetic vibe paired with some great authentic Greek food. Here’s our pick of the top dishes for vegetarians.
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.