From 30 March to 4 April, World Gourmet Summit, with the support and participation of 21 F&B establishments will prepare special meals and make lunch deliveries to 1,100 healthcare staff at Sengkang General Hospital. 200 meals will be delivered to the hospital each day to be enjoyed by healthcare professionals such as doctors and nurses.
Now, more than ever, we need to support small local businesses that continue to struggle in these tough times. By choosing to shop online from them, not only are you getting what you require right at your doorstep, but you are also supporting a business that thrives on local engagement. Best of all, all businesses featured here have a strong focus on sustainability, all of them are vegetarian, quite a few are vegan.
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.
A prominent Indian restaurant in Singapore, Shahi Maharani’s restaurant’s forte lies in its heavy-handed use of aromatic spices, churning out fantastic North-Indian food that is authentic and made with traditional recipes handed down for generations. The menu is extensive, with ample choice for vegans and vegetarians.
Got vegan chocolate cravings? RÓA is an artisanal patisserie that has created a vegan friendly, gluten-free and allergen-friendly chocolate cake, Midnight, to cater exactly to those. Just like the moon floating across the midnight sky, any Midnight cake is wonderfully airy and light on guilt.
Spirulina is such a miraculous nutrient source that it has been heralded as the holy grail of good health. SimpliiGood is a pure and fresh form of spirulina that is many times more beneficial than the dried form of spirulina.
Tucked in the Dempsey enclave, La Salsa is a restaurant that offers Latin vibes all round, from its food to carefully crafted cocktails spanning South American cuisines. What makes things even better is that La Salsa has a special focus on being vegetarian-friendly. It offers a huge array of vegetarian selections, with several vegan dishes on offer too.
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
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.