With its ornate brown doors and intricate interior furnishing, Annalakshmi provides a great, homey ambiance for enjoying vegan classics such as chapathi, dosai and thali. Round off your meal with a lassi and pay-what-you-want as you leave.
The warm, laidback environment is great, but that’s not all we like. Try their sambal oelek-spiked butternut squash and tofu salad and portobello mushrooms with aubergine caviar and peperonata. Accompany the meal with healthy juice concoctions such as their Sunset Beets, or a feijoa martini.
A good serving of mouth-watering vegetarian food in the form of pasta, sandwiches, pizzas and wraps await you in this guilt-free restaurant.
The highlight of this place is definitely the rich Tibetan heritage. The dish sets of brown rice and soups are a must-try for patrons.
This joint promises to entice vegetarians or anyone looking for a healthier choice with exciting dishes such as the aeroponic vegetables salad with apple, braised spaghetti with fresh tomato and spicy sauce and crispy vegetables cake served with sweet sauce.
Located along the up-and-coming East Coast stretch, Naive treats diners to a range of simple vegetarian dishes such as wild mushrooms braised with wolfberry, herbs and broccoli and home brewed tea.
Value-for-money three-course sets are available in this long established vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. It may have lost a little bit of its indie, suburban vibe (thanks to the gentrification in Holland Village over the years), but still ranks high in terms of service. Try their broccoli risotto and creamy porcini pasta.
Despite it being styled like a fast-food chain, Veganburg tries to revolutionise it by serving healthy meals such as the cracked pepper mayo burger and a crowd favorite, the seaweed fries.
Singapore’s first and only Thai-Peranakan vegetarian food restaurant. Classics such as the assam pedas and tom yam will appeal to the health-conscious looking for a tasty meal.
To read more about vegetarian food in Singapore, visit VeganAsh’s blog.