From 30 March to 4 April, World Gourmet Summit, with the support and participation of 21 F&B establishments will prepare special meals and make lunch deliveries to 1,100 healthcare staff at Sengkang General Hospital. 200 meals will be delivered to the hospital each day to be enjoyed by healthcare professionals such as doctors and nurses.
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.
Listen up vegans; there is more to rejoice this year with not one but two vegan festivals scheduled to be held in Bali this year. This year marks the 4th edition of the Bali Vegan Festival at Ubud and the 1st edition of the Bali Vegan Festival at Canggu. Even if you aren’t vegan, this is a great chance to learn about the ethical, health andRead Now
A flavourful vegan journey into the street food of Thailand! At Long Chim, internationally acclaimed, award-winning chef David Thompson offers traditional Thai street food with contemporary flavours. For the occasion, the celebrity restaurant shall curate a special Vegetarian / Vegan Menu with Starters, Salad, Mains and Dessert. Wash down your food with a Thai Iced Tea, or choose to pair it with Vegan-friendly Wine. That’s not all! We’ll start theRead Now
A glorious Vegan journey into the Indian heartland, at Yantra by Hemant Oberoi – the best in Indian fine dining in Singapore. For the occasion, the award-winning restaurant shall curate a special 5-Course Gourmet Vegan Indian Meal with Soup, Starter, Salad, Mains (with Breads & Naans) and Dessert. For diners, the mouth-watering Indian Food will be complemented by Vegan Cakes by Brunetti. To add spiceRead Now
All you foodies out there, here’s your chance to sample a cusine that you won’t commonly find in Singapore – North-East Indian Cuisine. For those of you who might not know, Indian food varies greatly as you move accross regions and states. While North-East India still remains among the lesser explored regions of India, its cuisine is renowned for its strong flavours and colourful dishes.Read Now
An all day event with multiple yoga sessions, mediation and focus on vegan food, the Delhi Yoga & Vegan Festival is where you should be headed this 26th. Stalls selling vegan products, cooking workshops, yoga practice with learned yoga teachers and so much more; Delhi is embracing veganism and we are loving it.
The Bali Vegan Festival 2017 is an annual 3-day event (6-8 October). It celebrates animals, the environment and the earth and is a great event for vegans and those exploring a vegan lifestyle.
The Singapore Coffee Festival is back for its second year, and its slated to be bigger and better. The festival seeks to serenade coffee lovers with all things coffee – brewed drinks, beans, gadgets and machines you can buy.
In its ninth consecutive year, the Truffle Festival in Canberra is the first and largest festival of its kind in Australia. Each year from June to August, more than 250 individual events are held across the Canberra region, showcasing the region’s Black Winter Truffles. Events range from truffle hunts and forages to degustation dinners at venues across the city. Related: Truffles: What They Are and WhatRead Now