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Vegetarian Restaurants in Singapore

Whole Earth, Elemen, Joie by Dozo, Warung Ijo, New Fut Kai Vegetarian, LingZhi Vegetarian Restaurant, Ananda Bhavan Restaurant, Herbivore Zen, Annalakshmi, Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant, Sufood, Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant, and many more.

Finding a vegetarian restaurant in Singapore, particularly for those interested in Singapore Packages, is no more a challenging chore! That is because Singapore is home to manifold veg restaurants that appeal to the taste buds of numerous vegetarians and vegans out there! The Lion City is a paradise for foodies with dining spots that cater to multiple lifestyle choices. Even the most hardcore non-vegetarians will be delighted to discover that heaps of spots here offer brilliant menus laden with delectable veggies.

If you are planning to incorporate more plant-based foods to your diet or are planning to adopt a meat-free way of living, read on this guide to some of the best vegetarian restaurants in the garden city. One such notable vegetarian restaurant in Singapore is Fill a Pita that serves exquisite Middle –eastern food. You get to try creamy hummus and wholemeal pita sandwiches here that never miss to hit the right spots.

For all the gluten-free vegetarian eaters, there is Kitchen by Food Rebel that impresses you with a nourishing buckwheat porridge made with cashew butter. Thus, pop by for lunch, or, brekkie or dinner, the below-mentioned list of vegetarian restaurants is sure to fill your bellies and soul.

Here is the list of best vegetarian restaurants in Singapore:

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Whole Earth

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A Peranakan Thai restaurant that makes spices on its own is Whole Earth. Thai-Peranakan dishes are surprisingly meat-heavy, this one only serves vegetarian food. Some of the must- tries at Whole Earth are XO fried rice or the olive rice, crispy oats with deep-fried tofu; wolfberries and angelica root sauce served with broccoli, and monkey head mushroom.

Tourists, expatriates and locals frequent this restaurant only to adore their fresh legumes, grains, veggies, and mushrooms dished to authentic Thai and Peranakan perfection.

Location: 76 Peck Seah Street, Central Singapore, Singapore, 079331

Timings: Open Tue-Sun 11:30am-3:00pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm. Closed Mon. Last order 2.30pm and 9.15pm

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New Fut Kai Vegetarian

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If you are in the mood for some tasty, heartwarming and unique Chinese dishes that are also vegetarian, head to New Fut Kai. Here you can savor the most delightful sizzling wok food, and vegetarian hotpots.

This restaurant has existed for over ten years now and continues to tantalize the taste buds of veggie foodies with some of the most sought-after plant-based delights. If you are here for family dinner or a corporate dinner do try their signature wheel of fortune Yusheng, peach-gum white fungus dessert, and crispy roast slice.

Location: 282 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208945

Timings: Closed on Monday, open Sunday to Tuesday 10:30 AM -2:30 PM, 5 PM - 9:30 AM

What to Eat: Sweet potato rings, sanyao Tofu soup with vegetarian “shark fins”, mushroom charcoal hotpot, crispy roast slice, and fragrant gongbao phoenix.

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A casual dining Singapore restaurant serving meatless cuisine has to be Elemen. The motto of the restaurant is to only make natural meat-free dishes that are wholesome but cooked meticulously. This way the fresh ingredients used in the dish retain their nutrients, and taste just as good.

Elemen has multiple outlets; one at Harbourfront Center, other ones at Thomson Plaza and Millenia Walk. This restaurant doles out the most flavorful vegetarian food like rojak fruit and quinoa salad, porcini mushroom pizza, and truffle fried rice served in a claypot. You must swing by Elemen if an earthy feast is on your mind.

Location: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-75A/76 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596

Timings: Open Mon-Sun 11:30 AM to 4:00 PM (last order at 3:00 PM), 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM (last order at 9:00 PM)

What to Eat: Lemongrass latte, purple rice roll with spicy shiitake, Maca soup, beancurd roll with Japanese curry noodles, and peppery herbal soup cream

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LingZhi Vegetarian Restaurant

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LingZhi Vegetarian Restaurant is one of Singapore’s long-standing restaurants that has been serving classic Chinese items since 1991. This one has multiple locations scattered all across Singapore and is known to serve beautifully plated dishes like bamboo fungus with braised spinach soup. You can also have hearty stuff here that include vegetarian satay cooked with other greens and mushrooms.

Location: 541 Orchard Road, #05-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881

Timings: Open Monday – Sunday 11:00 AM – 3 PM, 6 PM – 10 PM

What to Eat: Avocado cream with almond jelly, Singapore-style chili sauce with crispy rice cake, bamboo fungus with braised spinach soup, golden mushroom rolls with deep-fried lotus roots, pineapple fried rice, truffle bisque served in a stone pot, and shredded cucumber with fresh beancurd skin tossed in spicy sauce.

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Green Common

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Green common is a plant-based, one-stop vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. The mission of this restaurant is to make everyone live sustainably and healthily by making revolutionary food choices.

The foodtechs brought about this restaurant by analyzing thousands and hundreds of plant species with computer algorithms to derive the most delicious protein sources. You must come here to try their scrumptious appetizers that range from crabless crab cakes, omni musubi, luncheon fries, and meatless meatballs served with marinara sauce 

Location: VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-169/170, Singapore 098585

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 11 AM – 10 PM

What to Eat: Omni luncheon fries with Hainanese trick'en rice, plant-based burgers and pizzas

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Warung Ijo

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Warung Ijo is a restaurant that has made every Indonesian dish vegetarian as well as vegan. When here you must tuck into favorites like kampung fried rice, bakso soup (plant-based meatball soup), and mee goreng.

For the sumptuous veggies the restaurant serves vegetable curry, sambal sweet potato leaves that can please any salad hater even. this homely eatery tantalizing vegetarian Indonesian delights which is devoid of wine, alcohol and alliums. All the dishes here can be veganized except tahu telor.

Location: 337 Beach Road, Singapore 199565

Timings: Closed on Mondays, Tuesday to Friday: 11 AM – 3 PM, 5 PM – 9 PM, Saturdays 11 AM – 3:30 PM, 4:30 – 9 PM

What to Eat: Gado gado, satay beehoon, bakmi ayam, nasi lemak rendang and fried chicken

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Do meat burgers make you drool? It is time to give your taste buds a fresh spin. Come over to a vegetarian restaurant in Singapore named VeganBurg and try their char-grilled satay burger.

Believe it or not but each and every bite of their burger feels heavenly having been made with the freshest ingredients. But, what stand out the most are their fluffy and soft buns. The pillow-y buns have vegan patties sandwiched into them and exude a peppery flavor which make them taste just like meat.

Location: 44 Jln Eunos, Singapore 419502

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 11:30 AM- 9 PM

What to Eat: Cracked mayo with Hawaiian teriyaki, tangy tartar, char-grilled satay, smoky barbeque, and creamy mushrooms burger

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Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant

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Singapore’s food paradise certainly does not appeal only to the meat lovers and Lotus Vegetarian restaurant is a gentle reminder to that. This leading Taiwanese eatery caters to every vegan taste bud out there. If you are here on a Friday or Sunday, do not leave until you have tried their steamboat buffet.

There are more than 100 dishes served here and these range from traditional Japanese cuisine to Asian buffet and Chinese cuisine spread. Sichuan popcorns with edamame, fried Hong Kong noodles with sour and sweet abalone mushrooms are some of the must-haves.

Location: 103 Irrawaddy Rd, #02-07 Royal Square@Novena, Singapore 329566

Timings: Open Monday to Saturday 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM, 5: 30 PM – 9:30 PM, due to lunar year, hours may differ for Wednesdays and Tuesdays

What to Eat: House-made noodles, stir fries, desserts, Chinese dishes, and dim sums

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Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant

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Gokul vegetarian restaurant in Singapore serves the best of Asian, North Indian, and South Indian vegetarian food. You can choose from over 100 fast food items ranging from paneer fried rice to Hokkien noodles, samosa chaat and dosa.

All of the foods offered here are devoid of onion, eggs and garlic. To be spoilt for choice and to taste the most scrumptious nasi lemak, Chinese rojak, and dum biryani in town, Gokul vegetarian restaurant is where you should be at.

Location: 19 Upper Dickson Rd, Singapore 207478

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 10:30 AM – 9:30 PM

What to Eat: Cocktail samosa, potato curry puff, hara bhara kebabs, indian rojak, ghee dosa, and all kinds of other dosas.

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Herbivore Zen

Herbivore is a restaurant that serves meat-free Japanese food. You can try the bento, set, udon, and sushi here, all without the meat. This pure Japanese restaurant is headed by a creative chef named Mr. Ho who has been adding innovative dishes to its menu.

You may come across some peculiar dish names but are guaranteed the best taste. Herbivore Zen prepared the vegan vegetarian dishes in both Western and Japanese style with the freshest, finest and organic ingredients.

Location: 190 Middle Road, Singapore

Timings: Open Saturdays & Sundays 11: 30 AM – 9 PM, closed on Lunar New Year’s Tuesdays, open Monday to Friday 11: 30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5 PM – 9 PM

What to Eat: Vegan sashimi, katsu curry, vegan ramen, hand rolls, gyoza, tempura, bento sets and sushi rolls

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Sufood is a vegetarian restaurant in Singapore that may not serve mock meats but offers meat-free dining like no other. It is a popular restaurant that can accommodate as many as 140 guests. The menu here closely follows Taiwan’s offerings but has an Italian fusion to them.

The décor is elegant in classy white, and a la carte dishes like mushroom pita pocket, broccoli, and chickpea rice burger are available here.

Location: 252 North Bridge Rd, #02 - 19, Singapore 179103

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM, 5: 30 PM – 10PM

What to Eat: Baked shell pasta with black truffle, Pasta primavera, and mustard sauce with rosemary bread stick, roselle jelly or berry coconut panna cotta with almond bits, wasabi tomato sauce, and cream cheese with star pizza.

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Afterglow by Angelow

Afterglow by Angelow is not only a vegetarian restaurant in Singapore but a retail shop. This casual and cozy dining restaurant promoted a vegan lifestyle among Singaporeans. If you come here, you will have the provision to try the most delicious deconstructed burritos, zucchini lasagna, and cashew cheese.

For those that possess a sweet tooth, you must try the fruit parfaits made from seasonal fruits, the salted caramel fudge made with raw chocolate, and other items. This restaurant offers high-quality food and will be worth every buck you spend. 

24 Keong Saik Road, Bukit Pasoh Extnsn Constn Area, Singapore 089131

Open Monday to Sunday  12 PM - 10:00 PM, (last order at 9:15 PM), closed on Sundays

What to Eat:
Chocolate banana cream, caramel fudge, raw chocolate salted, vegan burgers, sushi, sweet potato fries, raw vegan cheese platter derived from nuts, and crispy lasagne.

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Madras New Woodlands

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Madras New Woodlands is one such vegetarian restaurant in Singapore that needs no introduction at all. If you are an Indian desi food aficionado, then you must come here as they have been serving authentic Indian dishes in a thali set.

This restaurant offers a platter of all kinds of curries with a heavy rice portion, and dals. No wonder the Indian dishes served here have earned a loyal following. Thus, if you are all set to stave the food coma off here, order away a warm cup of coffee or masala tea.

Location: 14 Upper Dickson Rd, Singapore 207474

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 7:30 AM -10:30 PM

What to Eat: Mock meat biryani, paneer butter masala, aloo gobi masala, bhindi masala, nawabi biryani, jeera rice, mushroom Manchurian, chili paneer, Madras thali, and curry puff

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Original Sin Restaurant

The best Mediterranean vegetarian restaurant in Singapore has to be Original Sin. It is situated in the Chip Bee Gardens and continues to maintain an exemplary performance. Italian- Australian Marisa Bertochhi founded it and today it serves the best Mediterranean-style food devoid of meat.

You cannot leave the place without trying their Principessa salad containing asparagus, avocado, roasted pumpkin; and baked Portobello mushrooms with ricotta cheese and spinach.

Location: #01-62, Blk 43 Jln Merah Saga, Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278115

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM, 6 PM – 10:30 PM

What to Eat: Roasted vegetable quinoa salad, principessa, haloumi, mezze platter, lemongrass corn fritters, roasted cauliflower, absolut, and impossible meat pizza

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The Boneless Kitchen

The Boneless Kitchen is one vegetarian restaurant in Singapore that does not let you despair if you are a non-meat eater but loves Korean food. This K-joint serves 100% vegan and vegetarian dishes that are made from scratch.

The gochujang and kimchi served here are devoid of any fish or garlic sauce. The menu at this restaurant features the usual favorites which include bibimbap with spicy kimchi stew made with nothing but plant-based proteins.

Location: 1 Irving Pl, #01-31 Commerze @ Irving, Singapore 369546

Timings: Open Sunday to Saturday 12 PM -8:30 PM, Mondays and Wednesdays closed

What to Eat: Kimchi jeongol, japchae, jajangmyeon, kimchi jjigae, dolsot bibimbap, and boricha or root beer flat

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Teng Bespoke

Teng Bespoke is not your average vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. This one spotlights vegetarian food with its sashimi platter made with five kinds of mock seafood. Some of them include tuna, scallop, squid, prawns, and salmon.

A popular dish at this eatery is the avocado maki which has maki rolls filled with cucumber, nori, mock sashimi, mock prawn, and creamy avocado slices sitting right atop them.

Location: 91 Bencoolen St, #01-50, Singapore 189652

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM, 5:30 PM – 10 PM

What to Eat: Tonkatsu, soba, udon dishes, tofu, sashimi, tempura, and maki

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Ananda Bhavan Restaurant

The Ananda Bhavan restaurant was opened in 1924. This Indian restaurant chain has a long list of loyalists that swear by the fuss-free vegetarian menu here. If you are unfamiliar with Indian cuisine, this place guarantees you a culinary adventure like no other.

You must come here to try their meatless kebabs, naan, prata, and thosai. This restaurant is the best place to have a wholesome brekkie. You will literally lose your mind with the variety of brekkie items served here. For starters, you can have the vada plus pongal that is garnished with coconut chutney, sambar, crushed cashews and pepper; another hot favorite amongst the ananda Bhavan crowd is the poori with masala.

Location: 95 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore 207671

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday (24/7)

What to Eat: Chapathi, vadai, naan, pepper rasam, and biryani

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The casual dining restaurant of Annalakshmi serves some of India’s best cuisines. However, the hallmark of this vegetarian dining rests on the ingenious concept of “give what you feel, and eat as you desire”, which means you can savor a wholesome meal first and later pay an amount that suits your will.

This cheerful food joint dishes out mouth-watering Indian items like butter naan, and masala uthappam, with a sole motive to serve and not make profit.

Location: #01, 20 Havelock Rd, 04 Central Square, Singapore 059765

Timings: Open Monday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Tuesday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, 6:15 PM to 9:30 PM

What to Eat: Aloo jeera, butter naan, masala uthappam, plain dosa, and medhu vadai

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Loving Hut

Loving hut is a vegan restaurant chain in Singapore where every restaurant sets its own independent menu. The dishes served over the counter are Asian-accented that are both spicy, and delicious. This vegetarian restaurant in Singapore is a quaint gem tucked away in Joo chiat. It permits the vegetarians to enjoy an awesome ambiance but without Buddhist paraphernalia and décor.

You get a taste of the meat-free local cuisine. If you are here, do try their salads, soups, chef’s specials; and dairy-free desserts, especially the blueberry cheese pie, and classic apple pie. 

Location: 229 Joo Chiat Rd, #01-01, Singapore 427489

Timings: Open Monday 11:30 AM – 4 PM Thursday to Sunday 11:30 AM - 3 PM, 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM

What to Eat: Aglio olio supremo, vegan traditional roast, handmade bean curd roll, vegan banana boat, and apple classic pie

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Joie by Dozo

Joie pronounced as “joy” is a dining spot that serves the most luscious dishes like vegetarian sashimi, zucchini tower, and bailing mushroom. All of the dishes served here are free of meat, and if you find it hard to choose, a multiple course lunch is the best option.

You can also opt for a seven-course dinner here. Believe it or not but this fine dining vegetarian restaurant situated in Orchard Central’s serene rooftop garden has the most delectable vegan options. This restaurant is influenced by Taiwan and Europe’s new-wave dining trend, hence you get to taste creative meatless options like Zucchini tower made with truffle mayo, and cream cheese stuffed zucchini. There is also a must-try tartare platter au Naturel comprising rice puff, tomato salsa, pine nuts, corn, Japanese seaweed, and avocado, which stands out.

Location: 181 Orchard Road #12-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896

Timings: Open Monday to Sunday 10 AM – 10:30 PM

What to Eat: Herbal tea, chocolate cake, mushroom steak, truffle risotto, brownie, and sashimi

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  1. Which are the popular vegan restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Teng bespoke: If you have recently turned vegan and are craving some authentic Japanese food, but without the meat then Teng Bespoke is the place to be at. You can have all kinds of mock seafood here which include tuna, scallop, squid, prawn and salmon without feeling guilty.

     2. Project Acai: Are you interested in tasting a superfood bowl? Come over to one of Singapore’s dedicated cafes called Project Acai and try their vegan, gluten and dairy-free sundae bowl. You will never forget the taste of a bowl loaded with cookie crumble chia pudding, cashew cream, and goji berries.

     3. Sufood: Sufood may not offer you mock meats but you can surely try some Italian-inspired signature Taiwanese dishes that include five grain rice with mushroom and black truffle; rice chickpea burger, veggie and fruit salad.

     4. Annalakshmi: The volunteer-run Indian restaurant in Singapore offers a medley lunch. The dishes vary each day and depend on the person in charge of the kitchen. However, if will always be served staples like sambar, chutney and dal. The best thing about this restaurant is that no matter how short you are running on cash, you can always have a wholesome meal here.

     5. Herbivore: Japanese food has very few options for vegans. But, Singapore’s Herbivore restaurant proves everyone wrong by offering the most delicious avocado, and cucumber maki sushi rolls with vegetarian ramen. You can also have Jain friendly dishes here as the kitchen avoids cooking with onion and garlic as well.

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  2. Which are the best restaurants in Little India Singapore?

    1. Ananda Bhavan: Established in 1924, Ananda Bhavan is one such vegetarian restaurant in Singapore that is the oldest Indian restaurant serving only vegetarian dishes.. If you are here, you must try their crisp Vada with sambar or chutney, all capsicum, and the delicious Indian sweets.

     2. Khansama Tandoori: A vegetarian restaurant in Singapore’s Little India is the Khansama Tandoori that has the intricately carved arched façade, with Hindu gods’ sculptures adorning the ornately patterned walls and chairs. If you are coming in a group, do come during Diwali to try their special Diwali menu which includes dal makhani, biriyani, palak paneer and gulab jamun.

     3. Komala Vilas: Kamala Vilas is an old vegetarian restaurant in Singapore that serves the most authentic dishes straight up from Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur district. They maintain their absolute authenticity even now by serving meals on banana leaves.

     4. Lagnaa Barefoot dining: You can taste the best of north and south Indian cuisines at this vegetarian restaurant in Singapore called Lagnaa Barefoot Dining. You can taste the most traditional food here that is beautifully served on a thali for you to sample.

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    1. By Air: One of the best ways to reach Singapore is via flight as Singapore’s Changi airport is well connected with many countries through regular flights from major cities. If you are traveling from India, you can board the Air India Express, the Jet Airways, Tiger Airways, Air India or the Singapore Airlines. The journey’s total duration between Singapore and India is 6-8 hours depending on the number of halts.

     2. By train: If you want to reach Singapore from Malaysia or Thailand, you can easily board the luxurious Eastern and Oriental Express with few stops on the second line.

     3. By bus: You can reach Singapore from Malaysia via two causeways. SBS and Causeway Link provide regular bus services and operate from 5 AM to 12 AM midnight.

     4. By waterways: There are many international cruise lines that disembark at Singapore, as it is a major South-eastern port. But, if you are to come from Malaysia or Indonesia, there are several passenger ferries that operate.

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    Singapore is popular for its nature, incredible skyscrapers, and mix of culture. It is also famous for its islands, festivals, lush green surroundings, and street food. Some of the famous Singapore spots that you must visit include the Universal Studios, Chinatown, the Singapore Flyer, Night Zoo, Sentosa, and the stunning offshore islands. Besides these spots, do head to the popular street stalls of Singapore that serve lip-smacking rice and chicken dishes.

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    The best time to visit Singapore is from February-April. Despite being an year-round destination, Singapore experiences lesser rainfall and a drier season during this time. If you are planning to visit Singapore, avoid the hottest months of June to July.

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