Influenced by the vibrant flavours of Asia, The Sampan’s Pan-Asian cuisine offers dishes that seek their inspiration not only from South East Asia, but also the more distant exotic flavours of Japan and India. They have an extensive menu with an impressive range of vegan and vegetarian dishes.
Something about weekend brunch just sets it apart from other meals. Maybe it is the relaxed weekend vibe and the fact that this vibe turns meals to happiness on a plate. Of course, to make that happiness linger, we need awesome plant-based food. Here are some of our favourite restaurants to head to for Weekend Brunch that offers yummo vegetarian and vegan options.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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’.
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.