Singapore’s richly perse culture has made the country an exciting destination for foodies. There’s something delicious to eat for everyone in Lion City–including both vegans and vegetarians. There’s an exciting variety of plant-based food from vegan Singapore noodles. These are the top ten best vegan-friendly restaurants in Singapore.



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Thanks to the VeganBurg (GoogleMaps) vegan restaurant in Singapore, plant-based eaters can enjoy fast food too! This eatery happens to be Singapore’s first plant-based burger joint. First-timers should try either the smoky BBQ burger, which has a mushroom patty, vegan cheese, crunchy veggies, and barbecue sauce, or the char-grilled satay burger, which is a grilled soy patty burger with Asian peanut sauce. Enjoy the vegan burger with a traditional bun or in a lettuce wraps. Some of the best sides include seaweed fries or sizzling broccoli. Aside from the menu, VeganBurg’s casual and functional ambiance is just like a traditional fast food restaurant.


Genesis Vegan Restaurant (GoogleMaps) is a fantastic vegan restaurant in Singapore. Genesis Vegan has a menu that offers Western and Chinese cuisine. A few of Genesis Vegan’s best sellers are their dumplings with capsicum sauce and the tofu cheesecake. The yuba roll, which is a fresh bean curd skin stuffed with spinach, mushroom, and carrots, is also a popular item. Genesis Vegan also has a shop that sells strictly vegan fare.


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Brownice (GoogleMaps) substitutes brown rice for dairy and eggs which makes for 100% vegan-friendly ice cream. Brownice’s fruit-based flavors make for a refreshing dessert or you can try heartier choices like matcha and black sesame. Brownice also offers vegan pizza and pasta. Some crowd favorites include the truffle porcini funghi pizza and pesto calabrese fusilli.


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HRVST Bistro (Google Maps) is one of the swankier vegan restaurants in Singapore. HRVST is located inside the boutique gym, Kilter Avenue. The cafe has its own garden where farm-to-table ingredients are grown for the dishes. Some of its must-tries on the menu at HRVST include the pumpkin gnocchi and the BK Bali risotto, which has diced daikon, pink radish, braised coriander oil.



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Whole Earth (Google Maps) is the only vegetarian restaurant in Singapore to receive the Michelin Bib Gourmand award. Located in the Tanjong Pagar district, this vegetarian restaurant serves authentic and quality Peranakan and Thai cuisine. Whole Earth’s goal is to serve fares that are great alternatives to meat dishes. A customer favorite is the vegetarian Penang rendang, which consists of shiitake mushrooms cooked with Peranakan herbs and spices. Another vegetarian must-try is the olive brown rice, which has a robust, nutty flavor but is also non-oily.


Located on the rooftop of Orchard Central, Joie Restaurant (Google Maps) specializes in meatless French-Japanese cuisine and is one of the most popular vegetarian restaurants in Singapore. Joie Restaurant offers a six or seven-course dinner set which combines the freshest vegetables, fruits, spices, and herbs. Some of the best entrees include truffle risotto, mushroom steak, and lime tofu. Inside Joie Restaurant, you’ll find that Joie’s chic interiors and elegant ambiance up the ante to provide a first-class dining experience.


Vegan Sushi Singapore Photo courtesy of Elemen.

Contrary to popular belief, plant-based food isn’t plain and boring. Just go to one of Elemen’s three branches for proof, found on Millennia Walk (Google Maps), Thomson Plaza (Google Maps), and Harbourfront Centre (Google Maps). The restaurant serves a creative menu of meat-free Western and Asian fusion vegetarian cuisine. For starters, you can try the black truffle porcini pasta and the tempura tofu with avocado roll. Stay for desserts as well, since Elemen offers creamy delights like the purple rice porridge and chocolate lava cake. The Millennia Walk Elemen is the most visited and has a comfortable bistro setting, with wood furnishings and lush greenery.


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Ingredients at the Real Food Cafe (GoogleMaps) are sustainably and organically sourced for the vegetarian menu that boasts clean, preservative-free dishes. Some of the cult favorites at this beloved vegetarian restaurant include the beet burger and the mushroom aglio olio pizza. The beverages at Real Food Cafe are also plant-based; sip on some beetroot kefir or vanilla quinoa milk while enjoying your meal.


One of Little India’s oldest restaurants has an extensive vegetarian menu. Komala Vilas (GoogleMaps) is best known for its Masala Dosai, which is a thin pancake made from rice and lentils and is stuffed with mashed potato, methi, and curry. There are also light vegetarian bites available during breakfast hours and tea time, such as idly and poori. For a nice little touch of Indian native authenticity, the restaurant serves its food on banana leaves.


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Sufood Singapore (GoogleMaps) is a sustainable vegetarian restaurant in Singapore that serves Western-inspired dishes with Asian twists. The menu offers four- to eight-course meals and a-la-carte options. Some of the recommended mains are the star pizza with cream cheese and wasabi-tomato sauce, the zesty oyster mushroom stone pot rice and wild mushroom charcoal tagliatelle. For dessert, prepare for some unique sweets like the snow bird nest pudding and longan white fungus with rose.

Related: Where to Stay in Singapore: Village Hotels
Related: Global Directory of Vegan and Vegetarian Travel Guides

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  1. OMG! I’m not planning a trip to Singapore any time soon, but those dishes look fabulous! Good to know that if I ever choose to go to Singapore I definitely won’t starve!

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