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, here are our top picks for vegetarian-friendly Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore.
In order to start a conversation about the true environmental cost of its menu, Super Loco has recently introduced a new feature whereby you can calculate the carbon footprint of each dish and compare the difference between plant-based and animal protein dishes. Did we mention that approximately half of their menu is now vegan or can be veganised.
The Clean Addicts: Handcrafted cakes that are vegan, healthy, delicious, made with real food and for just about anybody
If you’ve ever wondered if there is anything like look, taste AND feel-good bakes, wonder no more! As unbelievable as it sounds, The Clean Addicts is a wholefoods vegan bakery that seamlessly incorporates real foods into their desserts. We’re talking ingredients like nuts, beans, rolled oats and even sweet potatoes; foods that come with real […]
With an increasing focus on serving various dietary restrictions, many brands now offer a vast range of dairy-free, vegan ice cream in Singapore.
This article originally appeared in the World Economic Forum’s Agenda; Published on 18 Dec, 2018 There was a time when vegetarian, vegan, and plant-based diets in the Western world were part of a small subculture. It was considered the domain of hippies and activists, rather than large numbers of the population. Depending on the situation, […]
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.
Weekend Brunch in Singapore: 5 Restaurants to Hit for Fantastic, Wholesome, Vegan & Vegetarian Brunch
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.
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.
Privé Keppel Bay, located on the water’s edge at Singapore’ only private Island – Keppel Island, offers a lovely ambience with views of the marina. Offering great vegetarian and vegan food, and kid-friendly activities – the restaurant has everything going right.