Do you think it’s time to increase the number of plant-based foods or give up meat? You’re in luck, as many restaurants, cafes, bars and curry houses offer hearty vegetarian dishes. Here’s information on some good vegetarian and vegan restaurant to eat in Singapore.
HRVST in the gallery of the OUE Downtown: the restaurant-boutique of the health club on Kilter Avenue. There’s no shortage of meat here. This restaurant and bar make vegetarian food really tasty by using tasty plant-based products instead of meat. In this case, the “scallops” are king oysters, the “satay” is made with soybeans, the “baguette” is a barley risotto with minced garlic and garlic butter, and the pink radish with a crispy pastry. Brunch is equally delicious: soy sausage with grilled meat and baked orange-flavored tofu on sourdough with nuts.
2. The Butcher’s Kitchen
Insurgent’s kitchen is always crowded, which is a testament to the quality of the food. This healthy cafe offers dishes for all diets, including vegetarian, vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free. For breakfast, you can choose from cage-free eggs, spiced chickpeas, mushrooms and avocado, or gluten-free buckwheat porridge with wholemeal flour and homemade cashew butter. Breakfast is just as delicious, with dishes like the Insurgent Buddha Bowl and Zoodle Bolognese, a spaghetti-like dish where the carbs are replaced with shredded zucchini.
Leave all those boring ideas about vegetarian food at the door. Elegantly decorated in an industrial style, it features a sumptuous menu of crispy lasagna, quinoa and spinach hash burgers, and a cashew caramel-based cheesecake with no toppings.
Pollen isn’t 100% vegan, but chef Steve Allen’s a la carte vegan menu at Michelin-starred London restaurant Gordon Ramsay is absolutely not to be missed. With dishes like eggplant risotto, pickled celery and roasted potato and leek sabayon, this is arguably the most sumptuous restaurant in Bay Gardens.