Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Singapore (2021)
June 25, 2021 by The Fun Empire Team
Vegetarian Restaurants Singapore
Finding menus to cater to different dietary needs isn’t the easiest. Over time, diets have been slowly changing thanks to more self-awareness on the effects food has on our bodies. While Singapore is not new to the concept of vegetarian food, it can be challenging to find places that offer plant-based options without having to resort to salads… eventually. Here are our choices of the Best Vegetarian restaurants you can find in Singapore. From their ingredients to cooking methods, these vegetarian restaurants take pride in celebrating a cleaner, healthier diet for all.
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1. Thunder Tree
|Key Services||Hakka-style Thunder Tree Rice and Kolo Mee|
|Address||People's Park Centre:|
101 Upper Cross Street, #B1-06
Raffles Specialist Centre:
585 North Bridge Road, Heritage Food Street #B1-R8
|Operating hours||People's Park Centre|
Monday to Saturday: 10AM - 6:30PM
Raffles Specialist Centre
Monday to Saturday: 10:30AM - 6:30PM
Thunder Tree is probably the only food stall in Singapore that offers a local-organic-farm-to-table concept. All of their ingredients are sourced from their own farm that practices organic farming, right here in Singapore. What’s more, the farm adopts plant-based farming where no animal waste is used in our agriculture process, so the food served, down to their ingredients, is 100% animal-free!
Thunder Tree serves food that is vegan-friendly and uses mainly organic ingredients. No alliums, no mock meat, no artificial flavouring and colouring are used in their cooking. With an aim to provide food that is accessible for all that nourishes the body and energises the mind, they promise that you'll be able to "eat with peace of mind".
- Uses mainly organic ingredients sourced from their own farm in Singapore
- No mock meat, no MSG, no artificial flavourings and colourings
- Most dishes are made from scratch yet reasonably priced such that everyone can enjoy quality food that is easily accessible
Best thunder tea rice I've ever had, the addition of black-eyed pea made it super yummy and it is the first time I've actually liked drinking the tea! We also snagged the last portion of abacus seeds for the day, which was super tasty and a definite must-try if you're lucky enough to get it. I can't figure out how to rate this on FB but it's five stars for sure!Debra Chan
2. Green on Earth
|Key Services||Serving a wide variety of vegetarian Zi Char dishes including our famous Ma La Xiang Guo, with a spacious and air-conditioned dining area.|
|Address||386 Upper Bukit Timah Road S678043|
|Operating hours||10am - 8:30pm (due to the current heightened measures)|
Usual Hours: 11am - 10pm (9:30pm Last Order)
Green On Earth is a family business that started out in late 2016, previously located up in the hills at 2 Phoenix Road with alfresco dining. They have since moved on to our current location, offering a much more comfortable environment. They pride themselves on using the freshest ingredients and cooking each dish to perfection. Earned with years of experience, each and every chef in their kitchen holds multiple culinary achievements under their belt.
The vegetarian restaurant started out with the simple intention of changing the world, one step at a time, by encouraging people to try our vegetarian food. Green on Earth hopes to be able to change mindsets along the way.
- Famous for our vegetarian food that appeals to families and friends, both young & old.
- Offers one of the best rated vegetarian Ma La Xiang Guo in Singapore.
- They have a wide variety of Chinese dishes from local cuisines to China dishes.
Green on Earth was a discovery I made when I was looking for places in Singapore that serve vegetarian Mala, and I am so glad to have found it!
I have visited its earlier location as well as the current, expanded one. The space is big and has a nice setting. They have a very elaborate menu with a lot of dishes incorporating mock meat as and when needed. However, I am a sucker for Mala Hotpot and that’s what I get every time I am here. And, it doesn’t disappoint. They have a wide selection of ingredients that can go into your Mala, starting from bean sprouts to mock meats, from Maggie noodles to Udon Noodles. I always choose the spiciest level, as I am a firm believer of - if it’s not spicy, it’s not worth the oil that goes into making it 🙂
This place is my go-to, guilt-free, Mala eatery to enjoy some extremely delicious Vegetarian Mala Hotpot. I absolutely recommend it!Akshatha Alangar (Google Reviews)
3. Greendot Vegetarian Restaurant
|Key Services||Here to make it easy for people to take that first step to go meat-free!|
|Operating hours||Based on Outlet|
Greendot is an Asian meat-free fast-casual concept. It was founded in 2011 with the intention of making healthy meat-free meals convenient, accessible and affordable to the mass. They hold a common belief that everyone can make a positive difference to the world by simply consciously choosing what they eat.
Greendot hopes to modernize and revolutionize the vegetarian industry by providing a green, healthier and convenient alternative for our customers as compared to conventional fast food. They repackaged traditional vegetarian cuisine into a green fast-casual concept, hoping to popularize the vegetarian cuisine amongst youths and ladies, and most importantly, encourage more non-vegetarians to go meat-free.
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Healthy options for lunch and low carbs intake. Noodles come with herbal soup which tastes sweet and not oily. Suitable for both vegan and non-vegan.Michelle Tan (Burpple Review)
4. The Kind Bowl
|Key Services||Sustainably Delicious Meals|
|Address||71 Killiney Rd, Singapore 239527|
|Operating hours||Mon - Thu 11:30 am - 2:30 pm | 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm|
Fri - Sat 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sun 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Last Order: 9pm
The Kind Bowl was born in line with the current global effort to ‘Go Green’ and the greater awareness of the health benefits “Let food be thy medicine“. They source sustainable ingredients to create a modern, convenient, affordable yet ethical menu. The Kind Bowl believes that everyone can make an impact and make the world a better place by switching to even just 1 plant-based meal a month.
- Vietnamese Fusion Food
- Global Effort to 'Go Green'
Excellent vegan Vietnamese food. The kind pho is highly recommended. Cookies are just perfect. Limited menu but fast service and excellent good. Don't forget to get the cookies. I tried the Hawaiian berry and they are awesomeJigar Doshi (Google Reviews)
5. Whole Earth
|Key Services||Plant-based Cooking|
|Address||76 Peck Seah St, Singapore 079331|
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|Operating hours||11.30 am - 3pm (last order 2.30pm)|
5.30 - 10pm (last order 9.15pm)
Whole Earth carries its mission to elevate the standard of plant-based cooking and promote it to a wider audience. Locals, expatriates and tourists adore their fresh vegetables, legumes, mushrooms and grains, dished to authentic Peranakan and Thai perfection.
Using only the freshest ingredients, cooked and simmered with care – they seek to deliver consistently great quality and taste to you. They travel around the world to explore new ingredients and cuisines. It has been a great and fulfilling journey for us since 2003. Whole Earth looks forward to more amazing years ahead.
- Singapore’s first and only plant-based restaurant to be awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand for 4 consecutive years - 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019
- Uses only the freshest ingredients
Been patronising this vegetarian restaurant for many years and their dishes never disappoint us. We have a few favourites and must order like the tofu with oats, olive-brown rice and monkey head mushroom! Highly recommended for a healthy and delicious meal.Agnes Thing (Google Reviews)
Vegetarian Restaurants Singapore
And there you have it, the Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Singapore! We hope that with this list, you can easily strive towards healthier eating options. Watching what you eat is an easy way to improve your body and mind, and what better way than knowing what goes into your food and being assured that it's clean and organic? Happy healthy eating!
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