Want to try Persian cuisine at its vegetarian best? Head to Shabestan! Shabestan is an award-winning restaurant that treats your taste buds to some of the finest Persian food available in Singapore. In celebration of World Vegan Month in November, a vegetarian menu using high-quality, authentic Persian ingredients has been introduced. Available till 15 December 2018, the new vegetarian and vegan menu is simply fantastic!
When you are looking for food that is light on your tummy yet seduces your taste buds, Greek food is one of the top contenders. After all, what could compete with a colourful and flavourful Greek Salad, followed by a sinfully rich Baklava? Singapore boasts of some top-notch Greek Restaurants that also serve ample for the plant-based diner. Here’s our pick of 4 authentic Greek Restaurants that serve a more-then-decent spread of vegan and vegetarian food that will have you hooked.
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.
Bakalaki’s offering of plant-based dishes will have vegetarians and even vegans jumping up and down in glee! The simple yet delicious authentic Greek food at Bakalaki gives you a harmonious taste of homemade style food paired with restaurant style cooking. Every morsel is comfort food that transports you to your moms’ and grand-moms’ hearth, which is the intent.
Sitting among the row of shop houses in amoy Street is Alati, a Greek restaurant well worth its salt. Alati’s Vegetarian menu is vast and indulgent enough to give any vegetarian a good meal with enough veg choices. While their Pita & Dips are a great way to start the meal, the Baklava is the perfect way to end it.
Shabestan is a true connoisseur’s delight with its faultless Persian vegetarian fare. Authentic and completely indulgent, it will draw you back for more. Head to this wonderful place in Singapore and delight in cuisine that draws from a 2000 year old tradition.