Going vegan has never been this hip. The farm-to-table eatery offers more than just wholesome grub all encased in an industrial-chic space. Grab chunky soups like minestrone, made with quinoa, or a deconstructed sushi bowl with pickles, shiitake mushroom, avocado and miso dressing. Plus, they’ve got craft beers, too, so you can always half-cheat on healthy eating. Book now!
Indian food may not be synonymous to being healthy. However, this modern Indian resto-lounge cuts out all ghee and butter and substitutes with healthy oils. You can hardly taste the difference in fiery dishes like tikka masala and the addictive butter fish with coconut and curry leaves paste. Everything’s kept light so there are no post-lunch lulls. Book now!
Greek food is all about fresh produce with minimal cooking. Think spiced olives, mezze platters full of baba ganoush and hummus and grilled meats with a yogurt tzatziki sauce. The vibe is beachside Mediterranean with a menu to match. Don’t miss refreshing plates of vine leaves stuffed with rice, feta-stuffed red peppers and moussaka, an oven-baked eggplant dish with potatoes and minced meat. Book now!
Hotels are in on the whole health-consciousness trend, too. The moment you step into Hilton’s juice bar, you already feel better. Aside from fresh fruit juices, tuck into favorites like a steak sandwich, homemade mushroom tofu burger and grilled cod with baked sesame rice ball. This place is also a great lunch spot with weekly specials like Hokkaido scallop with udon. Book now!
We always forget that Chip Bee Gardens’ star restaurant is vegetarian—it’s that hearty and delicious. This Mediterranean restaurant serves dishes like lasagne rossa loaded with button mushroom, spinach, zucchini and bell peppers; and Absolut pasta brimming with veggies and flambéed in a pink vodka sauce. Don’t miss the mezze platter, which includes hummus, pumpkin & carrot, baba ganoush, tzatziki dips and falafel. Book now!
If you think this restaurant is all decadence, think again. Situated in the Flower Dome of Gardens by the Bay, this is a great spot for a blowout dinner or lunch. What most people don’t know is that this swanky restaurant has some of the best vegetarian menus in town with creative dishes like mushroom spelt barley with Japanese pumpkin; and gorgonzola consommé with pears, port jelly, artichokes and truffle toast. Book now!