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
We are always on the lookout for cafés that serve quality brew, alaongside fabulous vegan & vegetarian fare that goes beyond croissants and pancakes. Here are 5 of our favourite cafés around Singapore, that not only serve a mean cup of Joe but also deliver on the veg-vegan front.
From Spanish Tapas to Indian Samosas to Plant-Based Meat Burgers to healthy Açai Bowls to vegan Pizzas and much, much more, vegan and vegetarian food is available aplenty at Jewel Changi Airport. Here is EatRoamLive’s Guide to Vegan & Vegetarian Food, Vegan Drinks and Vegan Shoes at Jewel Changi.
Privé Keppel Bay is a gem of a place that I only discovered quite recently. Located on the water’s edge at Singapore’ only private Island – Keppel Island, it has a lovely ambience with views of the marina. Offering great vegetarian and vegan food, and kid-friendly activities – the restaurant has everything going right. We headed over on a recent weekend and here’s a lowdown on theRead Now
If you’re looking for vegan or vegetarian hi-tea in Singapore, there is none like what The Landing Point offers. Located in the posh Fullerton Bay Hotel, The Landing Point’s décor is luxurious, and it is the perfect place to unwind over a cuppa (and much more), while enjoying panoramic views of Marina Bay’s waterfront. From sweets to savouries and the buffet, you will be spoilt for choice, be it drinks or eats.
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.
Açai! The wonder berries with a truckload of health benefits; a superfood that also tastes awesome! Also called purple gold, these delicious Açai berries that are are packed with antioxidants, fibre, omega-3 fatty acids and even calcium, have taken the health world by storm. Almost like an ice cream, served as a smoothie, or bowls of pureed açai, topped with the most delicious add-ons make it the go to choice of many fitness conscious people and also those who love to embrace the latest food trends. Dig into this wonder food with our pick of the Best Açai Bowls in Singapore.
Açaí bowls are the latest craze and Singapore’s got its fair share of outlets/cafes serving up these delicious and picture-perfect bowls. Coocaça is amongst the few that serve a variety of products (instead of just one or two bowls) ranging from Açaí bowls to deliciously thick smoothies to refreshing cold pressed juices. Coocaça’s two outlets smack in the middle of Orchard Road, make their açaí bowls the perfect pick-me-up option between your shopping sprees.
Caffè Vergnano 1882, in the swanky South Beach Tower is not just another café, but a family run establishment with a legendary reputation for coffee. You can enjoy a delicious brew while the kids gobble their grub. The coffee is Divine with a capital D, and child-friendly, vegetarian food options are aplenty.
If there’s one meal that rules them all, its brunch. And Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant does weekend brunch perfectly. While the Clinton St. Omelette is probably the best you’ll find in Singapore, the Blueberry Pancakes are to die for, and incidentally voted as the best in NYC (their first and original outlet).