For vegan or vegetarian foodies, some destinations have very little to offer though thankfully, Singapore is NOT one of them! Here are four such dining venues that are worth visiting.

Veganburg | Image by ~ Hui Bin ~ via flickr


Billing itself as the first “100% plant-based burger joint” in the world, VeganBurg is located on Jalan Eunos near properties like Citadines Connect City Centre Singapore. Vegans with a burger craving can try items like the award-winning Chili Krab that features a plant-protein-based patty as well as the Char-Grilled Satay and Creamy Mushrooms burgers. Add-ons include avocado, vegan egg, vegan cheese, and vegan bacon!

nomVnom Bistro

More burgers along with other vegan comfort food can be found at nomVnom Bistro in Clarke Quay, easy to access for those at a city centre-based short stay hotel. Singapore dining discoveries here include the chance to try in-house burger patties made with ingredients like mushrooms or mixed vegetables, potatoes, and soy. Menu options include the OmniMeat Cheezy Toona and Potato Rendang burgers along with vegan pizzas and pasta.

Eight Treasures Vegetarian Restaurant

A great dining venue to sample Chinese vegetarian cuisine, the Eight Treasures Vegetarian Restaurant is in Chinatown near the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. It features a diverse array of dishes with vegetarian meat replicas that one can introduce to non-veg foodies as well; you can look to try options like Veg. Peking Duck, Veg. Roast Goose, Veg. Honey Sauce Pork, or Veg. Nyonya Fish!

People’s Park Centre

A popular spot for foodies, the People’s Park Centre has a basement food court that should be added to the list of key places for culinary adventures. Those visiting here in search of vegan or vegetarian restaurants in Singapore can head to Su Man Yuan which offers a Buddhist Chinese buffet to enjoy. At the food court, you will also find Kwan Inn which is known for mock meat satay options served with a yummy sauce.