30 Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Singapore: Where to Go & What to Order

*Updated on 9thh March, 2021

There has never been a better time to be vegetarian or vegan in Singapore and eating plant based is no longer the formidable task it used to be. Gone are the days when wanting a meatless meal meant being served a leafy salad or a burger without the patty. These days, whether you’re striving to go vegetarian or vegan, or whether you’re already there, you can’t go wrong with the restaurants listed here, for their wide and varied plant-based fare that will likely please (and hopefully inspire) even the most cynical carnivore! So, whatever your dietary preference, frequenting these joints is just a win-win for your health and the environment.

Some of the eateries mentioned here are dedicated vegan restaurants, while others are vegetarian restaurants, mostly with good vegan options. So folks, check out Singapore’s favourite haunts for vegetarian, vegan and even raw food, *Restaurants are listed in random order.

Well Smoocht

TYPE: Vegan (Western and Dessert Bar)
MUST-TRY: The Jack and Dill Pizza, The Mushroom & Egg Truffle Croissant

Vegan Mushroom and egg truffle croissantMushroom & Egg Truffle Croissant (Image credit: Well Smoocht’s Facebook page)

When the delightful bakes from Well Dressed Bar meet the best vegan pizzas from Smoocht X Bold, they make magic, and in this case – Well Smoocht! A coming together of two beloved vegan brands, Well Smoocht is the ultimate comfort vegan food destination in the city. “From burgers and pizzas to mudpies and waffles, WellSmoocht is the place for celebrating life’s little and big moments.” – there couldn’t be a more fitting description for this charming restaurant. You won’t find most of your usual suspects aka the commercial plant based meats on every dish but rather a lot of creative use of soy, jackfruit and tofu to create meat and egg like textures. And finally to end the meal on a sweet note, they’ve got an expansive menu of r’ice creams and freshly baked cakes and pies!

Well Smoocht: 8 Sin Ming Rd, #01-03 Sin Ming Centre, Singapore 575628. P: +65 6456 6431

nomVnom

TYPE: Vegan (Burgers, Western and Asian )
MUST-TRY: QQ Cheesy

Nom Vnom PizzaMonkey King Truffle Pizza (Image credit : NomVnom’s Facebook page)

A vegan fast food joint, nomVnom serves all kinds of vegan burgers with patties ranging from soya to mushroom to potato and mixed vegetables. They do a whopping 21 vegan burgers using homemade buns and all-natural ingredients like unbleached white flour, brown sugar, natural yeast, sea salt and filtered water. Top picks here include QQ Cheesy (with a mushroom stem patty and homemade cashew nut cheese) and Nom Nom (with a soya patty and tartar sauce). And that’s not all! They also have pizzas, pastas and ice creams all of which are absolutely fantastic. Our favourites here are their fusion creations like the Mexican Hummus pizza and the Coffee Chickpea ice cream. nomVnom, yum yum!

nomVnom: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-105/106/107 Singapore 0591817. P: +65 6224 4996
nomVnom Tai Seng: 18 Tai Seng St, #B1-02, Singapore 539775 P: +65 6384 9678

Sufood

TYPE:  Vegetarian with vegan options (Western and Asian)
MUST-TRY: The Sufood Appetiser, Zesty Oyster Mushroom Stone Pot Rice and the Wild Mushroom Charcoal Tagliatelle

Sufood's flagship dish: Star Pizza with Cream Cheese & Wasabi-Tomato Sauce
Sufood’s flagship dish: Star Pizza with Cream Cheese & Wasabi-Tomato Sauce

If you’re looking for some fabulous, stylish and innovative, meat-free cuisine, head to Sufood. Yup, the restaurant ticks all the boxes. Sufood believes in fuelling your body and mind with clean food, that is additive and preservative free. Serving vegetarian and vegan fare that is nutritious, honest and unbelievably delicious, is their mantra. The menu is structured well – you can choose from the 4, 6 or 8-course meals, or go a-la-carte. Most courses have a range of options, giving you the flexibility to pick and choose. Here’s our complete dining review for Sufood’s vegetarian food.

Sufood: Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road, #02-19, Singapore 179103. P : +65 6333 5338

The Boneless Kitchen & Daehwa

TYPE: Vegetarian Korean, with 90% of the menu vegan
MUST-TRY: Yachae Jeon (i.e Vegetables Pancakes), Dolsot Bibimbap

Dolsot Bibimbap at Bonless Kitchen
Dolsot Bibimbap aka sizzling hot charcoal bowl with vegetables and Gochujang paste, on a bed of slightly charred rice

The Boneless Kitchen was launched as Singapore’s first Vegetarian Korean Restaurant that later opened a sister concern Daehwa Korean. Serving fabulous dishes, both restaurants wow you with their delicious vegetarian Korean inspired cuisine. Their ingredients are sourced and imported from Korea and all their sauces are freshly made from scratch – they make their kimchi and gochujang (red chilli paste) in-house, assuring it’s 100% vegetarian. What’s more is that 90% of their menu is suitable for vegans. Read our Dining Review of The Boneless Kitchen’s Vegetarian Korean Food here and of Daehwa here.

The Boneless Kitchen: 1 Irving Place #01-31, The [email protected], Singapore 369546. P: +65 84576464
Daehwa Korean: 1 Fusionopolis Pl, #01-35 Galaxis Building, Singapore 138522. P: 6254 8446

Afterglow by Anglow 

TYPE: Mostly Raw Vegan 
MUST-TRY: Raw Chocolate Salted Caramel Fudge

Afterglow serves healthy and insta-worthy food
Afterglow serves healthy and insta-worthy food (Image credit: Afterglow’s Facebook page)

On a mission to bring sexy back to vegetables, Afterglow serves eclectic farm-to-table fare and is a popular choice for those who love raw vegan food. The focus of the carefully curated menu ranges from vegan and vegetarian to local and is made with minimal processing keeping the integrity of the ingredients intact. And no, it’s not all salad! They have a succulent Smoked Stack Burger and even a Raw Lasagne layered with their homemade creamy cashew cheese! Their Raw Chocolate Salted Caramel Fudge made with raw avocados, honey and raw cacao fudge is to die for, but since it has honey, it is not suitable for vegans. Afterglow is perfect for a truly nourishing meal that looks good, tastes good and does your body a whole lot of good too!

Afterglow by Anglow: 24 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089131. P: +65 6224 8921

The Kind Bowl

TYPE: Indian Vegan Vietnamese
MUST-TRY: Summer Roll, No Crab Noodles

Located a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of Orchard, The Kind Bowl has a calm and welcoming vibe with the aroma of fresh Vietnamese food drawing you in from the street. With the motto of “let food be thy medicine” The Kind Bowl uses sustainably sourced healthy ingredients to create food that is kind to your body, the animals and the planet. Singapore’s first fully Vegan Vietnamese restaurant, Kind Bowl offers warm and hearty soupy noodles and bowls that are delicious and great value for money. Some of their most popular dishes include The Kind Pho and their rendition of the Banh Mi – The Crazy Baguette. For a traditional Vietnamese dining experience minus the meat and eggs, this is the place to be!

The Kind Bowl: 71 Killiney Rd, Singapore 239527. P: +65 6814 0808

Podi & Poriyal

TYPE: Vegetarian with Vegan Options (South Indian)
MUST-TRY: Chef’s Plate

Chef's Plate at Podi & PoriyalChef’s Plate at Podi & Poriyal

Podi & Poriyal is unlike other South-Indian restaurants around Singapore in that their signature offering is the Chef’s plate – a Thali (platter) offering 7 seasonal dishes served with rice/millet and papadum rather than popular dishes like dosas and uttapams. Don’t get me wrong, they’ve got fluffy idlis and probably one of the best medu vadas in town but their chef’s plate is the most popular dish that keeps you coming back for more! Also, Podi & Poriyal is one of very few vegetarian South Indian joints in Singapore that serves alcohol (read : specialty spiced Indian cocktails to die for) making it for a unique fine dining experience. The restaurant is driven by the desire to share Tamil culture through food and that truly reflects in the menu. Podi & Poriyal is an offering from Arpanam Pte Ltd, a social enterprise and all their profits are redirected back to society towards the welfare of migrant workers here. Vegans should take note that ghee is used in several of the dishes, However, upon prior request, they can make many of the dishes without ghee. Read our Dining Review Podi & Poriyal  – Healthy, Homely and Authentic Vegetarian South – Indian Dining in Singapore here.

Podi & Poriyal: 486 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218151. P:+65 9711 2400

Warung Ijo

TYPE: Vegetarian Indonesian
MUST-TRY: Gado Gado salad

Located on Beach Road, this quirky looking restaurant serves up veggie renditions of all your Indonesian favorites. All the food is allium free and vegan and veganize-able dishes are clearly labelled on their menu making it really easy to order. The interiors at Warung Ijo are very whimsical and full of funky elements like swing sets, Persian tiles and even a bicycle on the wall! It’s best to visit Warung Ijo in a large group so you can try the different dishes like the vegan Orh Luak, Rendang Fried Rice, The Satay Padang and so much more! For an extra kick to their already flavourful food, don’t forget to ask for some homemade sambal on the side.

Warung Ijo: 337 Beach Rd, Singapore 199565. P: 8857 8600

Elemen

TYPE: Vegetarian
MUST-TRY: 8 Course Set

With a focus on taking as much care of the planet as taking care of yourself through a healthy, vegetarian diet made with natural ingredients, Elemen’s affordable dining concept promotes a more harmonious and sustainable environment for both current and future generations. So indulge with a guilt-free conscience into delectable menu items – Team ERL favourites include Double Boiled Burdock Roots with Monk FruitsSizzling Quinoa Brown Rice and Lemongrass Latte. Or better still, opt for their 8 Course Set (S$33.80++) and get to enjoy a variety of dishes. Read here for the full dining review of Elemen.

Elemen: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-75A/76 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596 P: +65 6238 0511 | 1 Maritime Square, #02-85, Singapore 099253. P: +65 6904 9568 | 10 Paya Lebar Rd, #03-13 PLQ Mall, Singapore 409057. P: + 65 6503 2533 | 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-122, Singapore 237994 P: +65 6235 6613

Well Loft

TYPE: Vegan Cafe
MUST-TRY: You Mush Love Me Punini

A new concept bistro which is an extension of the success of WellSmoocht as well as a reinvention of Well Dressed Salad Bar! Well Loft is yet to fully launch sometime in March 2021 but they’ve had a fantastic soft launch and are all set to become the hottest destination for all your cheesy cravings – I’m talking double cheese paninis! And while we love their savoury creations, we are most excited by their innovative desserts including Tira-Miso Good and It’s Not The Se-Same Mochi. Head here for the food, for some quiet reading or just to have laugh at the punny names of all the dishes!

Well Loft: 282A South Bridge Rd, Level 3, Singapore 058831. P: 8202 3831 

Joie by Dozo

TYPE: Vegetarian (Modern Japanese-European)
MUST-TRY: Grill Summer Mushroom Steak on “Pu-Ye” Hot Stone

Grill Summer Mushroom Steak on “Pu-Ye” Hot Stone at Joie by Dozo
Grill Summer Mushroom Steak on “Pu-Ye” Hot Stone (Image credit: Joie’s Facebook page)

Crowning the rooftop garden on Orchard Central, Joie specialises in modern meatless cuisine inspired by the new wave of vegetarian dining trend in Europe and Taiwan. Choose from the elaborate 6 Course Set Lunch (S$ 39.80++) or 7 Course Set Dinner (S$ 69.80++) to enjoy the many unique and uncommon ingredients used to create contemporary dishes with Japanese-European sensibilities and flavours. We highly recommend the Grill Summer Mushroom Steak on “Pu-Ye” Hot Stone (or simply grilled monkey head mushroom on lava stone served with truffle mash potato) and Tartare Platter au Naturel (platter of pine nut, Japanese seaweed, avocado, corn, tomato salsa, pomegranate, rice puff)

Joie by DOZO: 181 Orchard Road, #12-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896. P: 68386966  

Loving Hut

TYPE: Vegan (Asian and Western)

One of the fastest growing chains of international vegan restaurants in the world, Loving Hut uses 100% vegan, non-GMO, and often organic ingredients, in their dishes. The cosy eatery on Joo Chiat has an extensive menu offering local, Asian fusion, European fusion, pastas, burgers – you name it. Try the Nyonya Laksa Lemak , Tandoori Flame Burger and drinks like Avocado Smoothie and Morning GloryFor kids, try the Pasta Alla Napoletana rich in both tomato sauce and veggies.

Loving Hut: 229 Joo Chiat Rd, #01-01, Singapore, 427489. P: +65 6348 6318

Original Sin

TYPE: Vegetarian with Vegan Options (Meditteranean / Italian) 
MUST-TRY: Bosco Misto

Opening its doors in 1997 in the trendy Holland Village enclave, Original Sin is one of Singapore’s vegetarian stalwarts, offering an amazing Meditteranean / Italian vegetarian menu. They do have vegan dishes on the menu as well as garlic & onion free options. Popular classics include the Bosco Misto (spinach, feta and tofu patties coated with almonds and sesame, served with asparagus and a mushroom plum sauce), Spanakopita (baked ricotta, spinach and feta in filo pastry, S$29) and the Magic Mushroom (baked Portobello with spinach and ricotta cheese, topped with a tomato basil sauce and mozzarella). Personal favourites also include the Mezze Platter and Absolut Pasta.

Original Sin: Blk 43 #01-62 Jalan Merah Saga Holland Village, Chip Bee Gardens Singapore 278115. P : +65.6475 5605

Green Common

TYPE: Vegan (Western, Asian)
MUST-TRY: Omni Kimchi Fried Rice

The newest vegan kid on the block is the much awaited Green Common! It’s the world’s first plant-based eatery & grocery concept store from Hong Kong that has finally made its way to Singapore. They believe that we should eat in a way that is “good for ourselves, good for others, and good for the planet” and that is reflected in their very diverse and innovative menu. From adaptations of local favourites like the Hainanese Trick’en Rice and Heura Chicken Laksa to Burgers, Pizzas and even vegan French toast – they’ve got all your go to comfort foods covered. Keep in mind that most of the dishes here include novel plant based proteins and are not suitable for those who don’t enjoy mock meat.

Green Common: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-169/170, Singapore 098585. P: 6513 5808

Café Salivation

TYPE: Vegetarian with Vegan Options (Western-Mediterranean Fusion)
MUST-TRY: Island Black Bean Burger, Pink Mango Cooler

Little India’s first Western-Mediterranean fusion vegetarian cafe with subtle Indian nuances. And Cafe Salivation can also serve most of its menu without using onions or garlic, making it the perfect rare find for Buddhists and Jains. Even their desserts are authentically eggless. Check out their Island Black Bean Burger, the vegan Chickpea & Brown Rice Burger, Cottage Cheese (Paneer) Pizza or the classic Desi Sandwich (S$11). If you’re looking for something non-spicy for kids, go for the Fettuccine Pesto – request for the chilli flakes to be omitted.

Cafe Salivation: 176 Race Course Road, Singapore 218607 . P: 6298 1412 / 6341 5546

Real Food

TYPE: Vegetarian with Vegan Options 
MUST-TRY: Organic Fried Rice, Soy Dumplings

No microwave, no pre-packed or processed foods at Real Food. Producing and serving only ethical and healthy à la minute slow food brimming with fresh ingredients (nothing pre-cut) and made using slow-pressed juicers, low heat pan-frying and homemade sauces, you know you’re in a good place. Their popular favourites include the Dumplings and the Sweet Pumpkin Pancakes. They also serve awesome burgers like the Beet Millet Burger or the vegan Portobello Burger. Real Food might be delicious but be warned that their service is usually pretty slow.

Real Food: Check out multiple locations here.

VeganBurg

TYPE: Vegan (Burgers) 
MUST-TRY: Smokey Mushroom Bbq

VeganBurg Singapore's Fully loaded Smoky BBQ
VeganBurg’s Fully loaded Smoky BBQ (Image credit: VeganBurg)

You guessed it – vegan plant-based burgers are not only possible, they can be absolutely divine too. Veganburg is the world’s first plant based burger joint from San Francisco that has been delighting Singaporeans for some years now! Just sink your teeth into VeganBurg’s amazing handcrafted creations with exciting add-ons like vegan cheese, bacon and egg! They also have a variety of loaded fries of which the Creamy Garlic is absolutely divine!  Team ERL favourites include the Hawaiian Teriyaki (pineapple) and the Smokey Mushroom Bbq.

VeganBurg: 44 Jalan Eunos, Singapore 419502. P: +65 6844 6868

Teng Bespoke

TYPE: Vegetarian Japanese, with 90% of menu being Vegan
MUST-TRY: Radish Salaad, Shitake Mushroom

Radish Salad at Teng Bespoke Japanese Vegetarian
Radish Salad at Teng Bespoke

Teng Bespoke’s philosophy is simple – healthy and authentic Japanese dining the vegetarian way. What’s more is that around 90% of their dishes are stated to be either vegan or can be customized as such. They pride themselves on promoting healthy living so there is no refined flour, sugar, artificial flavours, and no added salts or chemical preservatives used in their preparations. Our top pick here is the perfectly fried Shitake mushroom with a cheese and cream sauce, that simply melts in the mouth. Check out 5 of the Best Vegan & Vegetarian Japanese Dishes to Try at Teng Bespoke.

Teng Bespoke: 91 Bencoolen St, #01-50 Sunshine Plaza, 189652. P: +65 6337 7050

Whole Earth

TYPE: Vegetarian & Vegan (Peranakan and Thai)
MUST-TRY: Penang Rendang, Olive Rice

Specialising in delivery of authentic Peranakan and Thai vegetarian fare, Whole Earth is Singapore’s first and only plant-based restaurant to be awarded the inaugural Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016. Need we say anymore? Some of their timeless classics include the hearty Penang Rendang, Olive Rice and the Nyonya Curry.

Whole Earth: 76 Peck Seah St, Singapore 079331. P: +65 6221 6583

Pita Bakery

TYPE: Vegan Middle Eastern
MUST-TRY: Hummus, Garlic Pita

What started out as a small shophouse bakery specialising in some of the best pita bread we’ve had in Singapore, soon became a favourite with vegans and vegetarians who were seeking meatless options around Arab street. They offer a range of pita breads including wholemeal and zaatar, but our absolute favourite has got to be the garlic! Pita Bakery also has some great mezze on offer and the best way to taste it all, is literally have their “taste it all” platter that comes with a choice of pita, warm crispy falafels, creamy dips of hummus and babaganoush along with salads and a couple of sauces like harissa and tahini. This quaint middle eastern restaurant is certified halal, kosher and vegan and is both easy on your taste buds and your pocket!

Pita Bakery: 29 Bali Lane 29 Bali Lane, Singapore 189865 Singapore. P:+65 6635 6256

Herbivore

TYPE: Vegetarian Japanese & Sushi
MUST-TRY: Unagi Maki

Started by the owners of the first Vegetarian Japanese restaurant in Singapore – Zen, Herbivore is without a doubt the best place to get some vegan sushi and sashimi. The dishes are all egg and allium free and all the vegan options are clearly highlighted! Their famous Unagi Maki is an all time favourite though what keeps us going back is the Avocado Maki and the Agedashi Tofu! The restaurant has a dark almost meditative atmosphere and is always crowded and bustling! We also love that they have a vegan kewpie which they drizzle generously on their sushi. While sushi is certainly the highlight, they also have a very wide menu of claypot dishes, bentos, stir fries and a lot of plant based meat options. Also check out 6 Top Japanese Restaurants for Vegetarians and Vegans in Singapore.

Herbivore: 190 Middle Rd, #01-13/14 Fortune Centre, Singapore 188979. P: 6333 1612

Eight Treasures

TYPE: Vegetarian (Chinese)
MUST-TRY: Signature Veg. Curry Mutton and the Kungbao Monkey Head Mushrooms

Located next to the Buddha Relic Temple, Eight Treasures is one of the most popular vegetarian restaurants in town. Once you’ve eaten here, you’ll know exactly why they say – meatless isn’t tasteless! They specialize in crafting plant protein alternatives and even the staunchest of non vegetarians won’t miss meat on this menu. Peking Duck, Shark Fin Soup, Pork Ribs or Cereal Prawns – you name it and they have made it vegetarian! And if you’re not big on mock meat, like us, you will absolutely love their Kungbao Monkey Head Mushrooms – oh and it’s great for your brain too!

Eight Treasures: 282A South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058831. P: 6534 7727

Tea Villa Café

TYPE: Vegetarian (Fusion)
MUST-TRY: Chilli Cheese Toast 

An Indian import, Tea Villa is a vegetarian Tea-nspired cafe that has been serving vegelicious delights at their 35+ outlets in India since many years. The food at the Singapore location is largely Western fusion with Indian elements and flavours. Apart from 100 varieties of tea which are presented in a special menu, they have an extensive food menu featuring fusion Indian, Mexican, Chinese and Western food. We highly recommend the Villa Special Hummus Platter with a side of Indian style Maggie just for the added nostalgia!

Tea Villa Cafe: 97 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428794. P: 8518 4250

Sauté San and Flavours by Sauté

TYPE: Vegetarian with vegan options (Asian and Western)
MUST-TRY: Soy Milk Miso Ramen 

Flavours by Saute and Saute-San are fusion vegan-vegetarian concept restaurants that cook up a delicious veggie feast! Their menu is so extensive and diverse that we usually do a twenty minute research and decide our orders way ahead in time! We highly recommend their pizzas (which can be veganized at no extra cost) as well as the Mala Ramen which really packs a punch! And if you’re looking for a true fusion experience, go for their Laksa Lion Mane baked pasta – we promise you’ve never tried anything like it before. What’s more? They also have vegan ice creams and sorbets that are perfectly creamy and refreshing!

Flavours by Saute: Funan Mall, #B1-30, 107 North Bridge Road. P:  9830 8582
Saute-san: City Square Mall, #03-23/24, 180 Kitchener Road. P: 8788 4284

Botanict

TYPE: Vegetarian (Asian with some Western options)
MUST-TRY: Lion Mane Satay 

We were surprised to find out that Botanict has been around for over 40 years!! It started out as Yuan Vegetarian in 1982 and continues to serve scrumptious vegetarian food with a ton of vegan options. They use high quality ingredients to cook up some really wholesome food that is low in oil and has a low GI index as well. They have such a expansive menu that it seems almost impossible to try everything in one lifetime! Some of their signatures include the Steam Boat, the Mala Dumplings and of course the Lion Mane Satay. If you’re not big on mock meat, you can go for their variety of vegetarian pizzas, pastas and soup bowls as well.

Botanict: 2 Kallang Ave CT Hub, #01-07/14, 339407, Singapore 339407. P: 9687 85352

Genesis

TYPE: Vegan (Asian and Western)
MUST-TRY: Steamed Dumplings 

One of the very first fully vegan restaurants in Singapore, Genesis advocates leading a wholesome and healthy lifestyle. Relocated to a quiet street near Farrer Park, Genesis is a cosy, unassuming cafe that boasts of loyal patrons that continue to flock there for their fresh and nutritious fare. Vegans swear by their Lasagne and their Steamed Dumplings keep the non vegans coming back for more! We also love that they sell their freshly baked breads, bakes and homemade nut butters!

Genesis: 2 Havelock Rd, #B1-01 Havelock Ii, Singapore 059763. P: 6438 7118

Love Handle Burgers

TYPE: Vegan (Burgers)
MUST-TRY: Mushroom Cheese Burger

love handle burgersCheeseburger (Image courtesy : Love Handle Burgers’ Facebook page)

A classic American style burger joint, except it’s all vegan!! If you’re the kind of person who feels they can never be vegan because…cheeseburgers, then this is just the place for you. Impossible burgers are the hero of this quaint diner style joint and you can get over 5 renditions of the classic cheeseburger including Mushroom Cheese, The Ramli, The Breakfast Vegan. Oh, and it’s also pretty affordable! The Spinach Cream Fries and Tempura Broccolini (among others) do full justice as the supporting cast on the menu. In spite of all the variety, our go to is still the classic cheeseburger loaded with vegan cheese, caramelised onions and pickles!

Love Handle Burgers: 8 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069788. P: 88867112

Green Dot

TYPE: Vegetarian Asian fusion fast food
MUST-TRY: Laksa noodles 

Greendot is a first of a kind asian-fusion meat free fast casual concept with over ten outlets in Singapore that are always brimming with people. It was founded in 2011 with the intention to popularize vegetarian cuisine especially amongst the youth in order to promote a greener, more conscious future. They’re best known for one of the best vegan Laksa in town (that’s non spicy and kid friendly) and might we say, absolutely delicious! We also love their Signature Lion Mane Rendang which comes with a side of Turmeric Rice. With their tasty DIY bentos, Green Dot has become a favourite affordable lunch spot for many.

Green Dot: Check out multiple locations here.

LingZhi Vegetarian

TYPE: Vegetarian (Chinese)
MUST-TRY: Lunch Buffet 

Twenty years ago, LingZhi Vegetarian opened their doors for the first time to show the gourmet and wholesome side of Chinese vegetarian food. Fresh and organic ingredients like monkey head mushrooms, edamame, tofu and other vegetables (and not processed mock meats) really shine through in their menu. We love their extensive lunch buffets where you can really tuck into all the delicious food. They also have a fantastic Vegetarian high tea at their Velocity location which is absolutely scrumptious. We love their Vegetarian Satay (which is served atop a fresh pineapple) as well as all their dimsums.

LingZhi Vegetarian: 541 Orchard Rd, #05-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881 P: 6734 3788 | 238 Thomson Rd, 10 [email protected] Square, #03-09, 307683 P: 6538 2992

Some other noteworthy vegan/vegetarian restaurants in Singapore include Lotus Vegetarian, Gokul Vegetarian, Fill-A-Pita, Komala Vilas and Nature Cafe.