The Botanic, is a new fusion restaurant of eclectic Asian flavours and Mediterranean inspirations that is practically a treat for vegetarians and vegans. Nestled in a corner of the Raffles Shopping Centre, it offers an array of plant-based plates receiving equal footing on its menu alongside the sustainable meats and seafood.
2018 was a great year for veganism in Singapore! We saw people and restaurants embracing the movement, we saw the launch of several plant-based meats, we saw vegan pop-ups happening around town and vegan dining events packed out. Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is now taking the ‘party’ into 2019 by announcing that they’re working on refreshing their menus to include more plant-based options. So, what promptedRead Now
If you’re looking to indulge your sweet tooth the vegan way this Christmas, we have the perfect recipe for you, contributed by Brunetti, Singapore. The sinfully indulgent Log cake has a Walnut Brownie base topped with a generous layer of choco mousse and is guaranteed to satisfy your sweet Christmas cravings!
Mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore is one of the most vegan-friendly restaurants in town, with several plant-based dishes offered on their menus. Their Festive Christmas and NYE buffets offer a lot for vegetarians as well. If you’re looking to indulge your taste buds the vegan way this Christmas, we have the perfect recipe for you, contributed by Chef Martin, the Executive Sous Chef of Mezza9.Read Now
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.
One of the most famous chefs in the world, Jamie Oliver is an advocate of cooking meals from scratch, and of sourcing sustainable and free-range products. In 2013, amid overwhelming hype, Jamie Oliver opened his first restaurant in Singapore – Jamie’s Italian at VivoCity, followed by Jamie’s Italian at Forum just 2 years later. Since then, they’ve been dishing out fantastic, rustic dishes to hungry diners in Singapore, usingRead Now
End the year on a delightful note at Grand Hyatt, Singapore as they dish out vegetarian-friendly menus at several of their restaurants on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years Eve. Here’s a low down on these Veg offerings!
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!
With Diwali (or Deepavali) just around the corner, Indian sweets and special menus are a big draw. Indulgent and celebratory, these special Diwali menus and Diwali mithais leave no stone unturned to appease your taste buds. Here we pick out the healthier and fancier options, truly some of our favourites! So ditch the ordinary and celebrate the Festival of Lights this year with these Deepavali Delights – Diwali Menus and Diwali Sweets that are on offer around town in Singapore.
If you’re looking for 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.