Yantra becomes the first (fine-dining) restaurant in Singapore to launch a 5-Course Vegan Indian Menu. You don’t just get to dig into fare that is ethical, the food is also simply outstanding. Having been around for 10 years, the award-winning restaurant has firmly stood the test of time and is well known for presenting North-Indian dishes in a new light. The menu at Yantra is carefully designed, and the spices are specially flown in from India.
Located on the rooftop garden of Orchard Central, Joie by Dozo presents a refreshing concept that specialises in modern meatless cuisine inspired by Japanese-European sensibilities and flavours. The restaurant practically showcases vegetables in a new light. The effort that has been put in in the food reflects in every dish, as there is ample play of colours, textures and flavours.
When it comes to catering to vegetarians and vegans, Grand Hyatt is a step ahead of the competition. Their multi-cuisine restaurant Mezza9 has 9 different stations that include a Western Grill, Chinese, Thai, Japanese & Sushi, each with plant-based options. You can even enjoy fabulous vegan salads at the Seafood station. Every cuisine here is authentic and has stood the test of time (we’re talking 20 years). Besides these, you can also enjoy desserts from the Patisserie or choose from the city’s largest selection of martinis at the Martini Bar. The ambience is refined, yet relaxed and the staff and service are top-notch, making for fabulous vegetarian and/or vegan dining.
Açaí bowls are the latest craze and Singapore’s got its fair share of outlets/cafes serving up these delicious and picture-perfect bowls. Coocaça is amongst the few that serve a variety of products (instead of just one or two bowls) ranging from Açaí bowls to deliciously thick smoothies to refreshing cold pressed juices. Coocaça’s two outlets smack in the middle of Orchard Road, make their açaí bowls the perfect pick-me-up option between your shopping sprees.
Bakalaki’s offering of plant-based dishes will have vegetarians and even vegans jumping up and down in glee! The simple yet delicious authentic Greek food at Bakalaki gives you a harmonious taste of homemade style food paired with restaurant style cooking. Every morsel is comfort food that transports you to your moms’ and grand-moms’ hearth, which is the intent.
Blu Kouzina is an authentic Greek Restaurant at Dempsey Hill, Singapore offering fabulous Greek food with vegetarian and vegan options galore. Between the Greek food and the white & blue Greek décor that reminds you of Santorini, it is easy to forget that you’re in Singapore.
At Pete’s Place, Singapore, you can now indulge in delicious and hearty Plant-Based Italian fare amidst a warm and cosy atmosphere. Expect a well rounded meal with vegan soups, salads, pizza, pasta, sauteed and baked vegetables and even dessert.
One of the best restaurants in Singapore for Indian Fine Dining, Rang Mahal focuses on lighter food with authentic Indian tastes, that is prepared passionately with the freshest ingredients and the finest repertoire of flavours and textures.
Pasta Fresca da Salvatore serves some delicious and authentic Italian food, with quite a few vegetarian and vegan options, with pastas and sauces that are made fresh daily. Check out our vegetarian dining review for the best dishes to order.