Eating a meat-free diet does not need to be boring. On the contrary, vegetarian restaurants in SG are plentiful and give you the opportunity to try out a wide variety of tasty cuisines. We bring you the yummy spots that cater to veggie exploring foodies as well as fishball loving pescatarians.
Specialising in Chinese vegetarian dishes, LingZhi Vegetarian is ready to give ethical eaters a great culinary experience. The mushroom truffle bisque served in a stone pot is a dish that’s packed with the flavour of China in a less conventional form. However, those of you who prefer authentic cuisine might enjoy General Tso’s monkey head mushroom, which is the beloved dish made suitable for vegetarians by using mushrooms instead of chicken.
You don’t necessarily have to stick to a healthy diet when you go veg, but if that appeals to you then Saladstop! is sure to become one of your new favourite vegetarian restaurants in SG. Don’t miss out on the Inhale Exhale salad that contains a delicious mixture of rocket, pumpkin, baby spinach, toasted almonds, warm baked mushrooms, beetroot, grapes, roasted Brussels sprouts and cherry tomatoes. Other great options include the Earth bowl as well as the Iron ‘Wo’ Man salad.
If you can’t imagine life without noodles, then D’Life Signature should be on the top of your list of vegetarian restaurants in SG. Serving a variety of Asian inspired dishes, they invite you to choose between double-boiled soups, salads, honey concoctions, noodle dishes, cakes, vegetables, tofu dishes, textured proteins and so much more. Be sure to order a portion of good old cucumber soup for a uniquely memorable appetiser. Noodle dishes include Hor Fun, Hong Kong Noodles, Hokkien Mee, Penang Fried Kuey Teow or Fish Slice Been Hoon Soup. However, it is important to note that some of their dishes do contain meat products, so it’s best to read the menu thoroughly before placing your order.
JustGreens Vegetarian is one of the best vegetarian restaurants in SG. Although their menu is fairly simple, it’s sure to stand out in your memory. With an A La Carte menu, Mains and Extras menu options are easy, which is great if you struggle to make up your mind about what you’d like to eat. Order the Hakka Lui Cha with white rice or brown rice from their A La Carte menu. Alternatively, you could keep things simple with an order of vegetables and rice.
Jin You Yuan Vegetarian
You can’t deny that Chinese vegetarian restaurants in SG have some of the best offerings around. Jin You Yuan Vegetarian serves a variety of authentic dishes that are free from meat so you can indulge without guilt. Order the Mixed Veg with Noodles or treat yourself to a clay pot that contains succulent braised veggies. Order this with a side of rice for an epic meal that will leave you completely satisfied.