Cuba Libre Café & Bar at Frasers Towers, in CBD, offers an extensive food menu serving Latin American fare to hungry diners. The food that brings in influences from surrounding countries like Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Portugal and Spain; and there is plenty for vegan and vegetarian diners.
Shannon Binnie, Executive Chef of The Botanic is vegan and focussed on sustainable ways of cooking. Chef Binnie has worked alongside Australian chef-restaurateur Luke Mangan since 1999, running the kitchens on his Salt brand of restaurants in Australia, Tokyo and Singapore. We talk to Chef Binnie here to learn about his culinary passion, the thought behind the Botanic and his favourite restaurants.
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.
Saint Pierre at One Fullerton is a one Michelin-Starred restaurant that caters beautifully to those on plant-based diets with its full-blown vegetarian menus. The restaurant is helmed by Chef Emmanuel Stroobant who is vegetarian, so you can only imagine the finesse with which his vegetarian plates are executed.
Singapore has a mind-boggling array of Thai restaurants that will keep even the critics happy. Vegetarians and vegans need not worry either, there are many Thai restaurants in Singapore that offer a decent selection of veg delights. Here is our pick of the Top Thai Restaurants in Singapore, for Vegetarians and Vegans.
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.
Indian Chinese cuisine (also known as Indo-Chinese cuisine or “Hakka Chinese”) as the name suggests is an Indian take on Chinese dishes and cooking techniques. Extremely popular in India, Singapore isn’t untouched by this fusion cuisine either. Here’s where you can enjoy Vegetarian & Vegan Indian Chinese food, in Singapore.
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’.
Grand Hyatt Singapore has been the flag bearer for a shift towards a more sustainable way of life. From making ethical and sustainable food choices, to reducing food wastage, making sure edible food reaches the plates of needy, managing waste and generating power from it, it goes the whole hog in making a difference and reducing its carbon footprint.
Daehwa Korean Vegetarian makes delicious Korean inspired vegetarian food with only the highest quality ingredients! Try fabulous dishes like the Bibimbap, Soondubu Jjigae or the very Korean Kimchi Pancake.