Artichoke is a middle eastern inspired restaurant with tons of vegetarian and vegan options. While the menu draws on middle-eastern flavours, it is far from traditional and that is the fun part. Located in the heart of Singapore’s Arts and Heritage district, Artichoke is housed in a brightly coloured yellow building.
Oasis Restaurant at Grand Hyatt Singapore offers a tranquil break from the city. The restaurant is perfect for Alfresco style dining, in the midst of lush greenery and fresh, open air, right next to the relaxing azure of the swimming pool. You can see your dishes being prepared a-la-minute at the open kitchen. The Menu has clearly marked vegetarian and vegan options ranging from salads and sandwiches to burgers and wraps.
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.
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.
Honest. Simple. Homely. Flavourful. That describes the food at Podi & Poriyal. Podi & Poriyal is driven by the desire to share Tamil culture through food. The owners are passionate about their culture, and it reflects in the menu that finds its root in heirloom foods from the small towns of Tamil Nadu, cooked using traditional methods.
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.
The Botanic, is well-known for its spectacular plant-based dining and one of its most popular dishes is the Kale Salad, Seeds & Grains! The fabulous mix of Kale, golden raisins, nuts and seeds, shallots, capers and pomegranate, with a sprinkling of quinoa is extremely well balanced and tastes fabulous. Here is the recipe contributed by Group Executive Chef Shannon Binnie of The Botanic.
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.