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The plant-based scene is blowing up everywhere, making its presence known all over the world. Just a short plane ride away in Singapore, phenomenal vegan eats are popping up non stop, much to the delight of our Lion City neighbors. From luscious lasagnas to heavenly hamburgers, there seems to be nothing vegan establishments can’t do these days. The next time you’re planning your a weekend getaway or work trip, here is our list of the five best vegan restaurants in Singapore!
A mere five stops away from Changi Airport on the MRT, vegan fast casual chain VeganBurg, creates burgers that make you and the planet happy. As the self-proclaimed “World’s first 100% plant-based burger fast food joint,” they feature high-fiber wholemeal buns, egg and dairy-free mayonnaise, and GMO-free plant protein patties, handcrafted to perfection and free of cholesterol, hormones, and antibiotics. The safari-themed interiors go hand-in-hand with its recycled container wood pallets, energy efficient appliances and recycled & compostable packaging. It’s not hard to see why VeganBurg has a developed a cult following in both its Singapore and San Francisco outpost.
44 Jalan Eunos, Singapore, +65 6844 6868, email@example.com.
With a mix of local and Western inspired dishes, Genesis Vegan in Little India is a hit for simple, delicious and affordable plant-based dining. Featuring noodles and rice dishes, mock meats, dumplings and traditional vegan version of Singaporean Bak Kut Teh, be sure to leave room for their desserts as well. A short five-minute walk from Farrer Park MRT, we’ve heard rave reviews about their signature steamed dumplings and creamy cashew sauce lasagna.
115 Owen Road, Singapore, +65 6438 7118, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brownice Italian Vegan Ice Cream & Kitchen
A fun Italian restaurant that serves all vegan fare, Brownice has an extensive menu of plant-based appetizers, pizzas, pastas, risotto but the best part is…ice cream! Free of dairy, eggs, milk, and artificial chemicals, their handmade frozen concoctions are made with organic brown rice milk, evaporated cane juice, fresh fruits and nuts- all natural and with zero preservatives, be sure to try all 16 flavors!
53 East Coast Road, Singapore, +65 6348 2295, email@example.com.
(Limited menu) Sin Ming Centre, 8 Sin Ming Road #01 – 03, +65 6456 6431.
A homely cafe with eclectic tastes, Cozy Corner serves a wide array of dishes, including pizzas and pastas, burgers and kebabs, udon and sushi sans meat. Most of their menu items are freshly prepared by in-house chefs and are free from onion, garlic, dairy, honey and alcohol for a truly herbivorous experience. Grab a seat on their comfy couch with an organic coffee, or catch up with friends over a scoop of homemade ice cream.
86 Circuit Road #01 – 1003, Singapore, +65 6747 7640.
A popular vegan fast food eatery, nomVnom serves mouth-watering, mile-high burgers made with homemade all-natural buns and assortment of fries: straight cut, sweet potato or truffle. Their patties are made from a range of both imported and homemade soy, potato, veggie combination or mushroom-based mix- you choose. Don’t miss their soups and salad, all made fresh daily and make sure to keep room for their homemade ice cream and sweets. Both locations are also Buddhist-friendly: they use no garlic or onions.
6 Eu Tong Sen Street #B1 – 44, Singapore, +65 6224 4996, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Images courtesy of Freepik/senivpetro (lead), VeganBurg, Genesis Vegan, Brownice, Cozy Corner, and NomvNom.