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.
With Singapore’s growing number of star-studded restaurants, chefs are stepping up to the challenge of presenting vegetables and grains in more innovative ways. From Indian to French to Italian to Peranakan, here are our top picks for vegetarian-friendly Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore.
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
Mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore is one of the most vegan-friendly restaurants in town, with several plant-based dishes offered on their menus. Their Festive Christmas and NYE buffets offer a lot for vegetarians as well. If you’re looking to indulge your taste buds the vegan way this Christmas, we have the perfect recipe for you, contributed by Chef Martin, the Executive Sous Chef of Mezza9.Read Now
Christmas and New Year celebrations should be special indeed, and to make celebrations more inclusive and joyous for people with vegetarian and vegan dietary preferences, we looked for places that are offering vegetarian-friendly festive menus that let you celebrate without the food options impeding your festivities. And, some of them even cater to vegan palettes. So here are our top picks for Vegetarian Festive Dining over Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
End the year on a delightful note at Grand Hyatt, Singapore as they dish out vegetarian-friendly menus at several of their restaurants on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years Eve. Here’s a low down on these Veg offerings!