From meatless Korean meals to nourishing local cuisine

Vegan and vegetarian dishes are not as easy to whip up as one might think. So instead of wrecking your brains and your kitchen to fix a meatless meal that’ll nourish your body and save the planet, turn to these seven restaurants to find delightful plant-based options during this stay-home period.

Afterglow by Anglow

It’s now possible to enjoy clean, complete plant-based meals in the comfort of your own home thanks to Afterglow by Anglow, as the vegetarian restaurant best known for their raw menu delivers islandwide this circuit breaker period. Get sharing plates such as the Lentil Flaxseed Nuggets and Afterglow Kimchi Avo Rolls, or mains like the Cuban Burger which features a Cuban three-bean patty as well as a side of vegan mac and cheese.

The Boneless Kitchen

Experience vegetarian Korean dining at home with The Boneless Kitchen. To order, simply head over to the restaurant’s website and select all their delicious dishes including Bibimbap (rice bowl), Soondubu Jjigae (soft tofu soup) and Yachae Jeon (vegetarian pancake). Plus, now that they’ve collaborated with local dessert shop Piece of Cake, feel free to order brownies, macarons and other sweets too.


Besides doing some good this circuit breaker by delivering lunch boxes to healthcare workers and the elderly, Genesis Vegan Restaurant continues to serve vegetarian meals like Lasagne and Fish Bee Hoon Soup to its loyal patrons. Simply place your order via Whatsapp and await confirmation before issuing payment via PayNow.


To indulge in healthful Japanese fare, check out Herbivore by Zen Japanese Vegetarian Restaurant. From bento sets with vegetarian tempura to soba meals with plant-based sashimi, the Fortune Centre eatery has it all. Visit their website to learn more about their delivery options; discounts, free delivery and more promotion applies.

Loving Hut

With locally-inspired vegan dishes such as LH Char Kway Teow and Nonya Laska Lemak, Loving Hut is bound to satisfy your cravings for hearty hawker favourites. The cafe also offers desserts like the Strawberry Crumble Pie, durian ice cream, and Teochew orh nee, so feel free to order up a full-course meal.

Nature Cafe

Let Nature Cafe change the way you view vegetarian cuisine. Made completely without the use of MSG, garlic, onion and wine, meals from the eatery also utilise high-quality ingredients to up the oomph factor. During this season, also find an exclusive Dragon Boat Festival menu that features items such as the Lion’s Mane Mushroom, Spicy Tofu w’Petai and more.