If New York Times is using the term “plant-forward” unironically, so will I! Just kidding. It’s such a pretentious term. Why don’t people just use “vegetarian”?
The fried rice and siew yok at Empress Restaurant at the ACM are out of the world.
From 10 September – 31 October, you get to enjoy 8-course prix fixe truffle offering ($42.80++ per person) at all three Elemen outlets including Harbourfront Centre, Millenia Walk and Thomson Plaza.)
Indline Restaurant at Keong Saik, which serves North Indian cuisine, is helmed by Ajim Khan who has 25 years of culinary experience.
Lotus Kitchen at Chinatown Point serves fantastic vegetarian food.
Whole Earth, Tanjong Pagar: VERY SMELLY, Expensive But Excellent Food at the Only Vegetarian Restaurant to Be Awarded by the Michelin Guide
Awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand, Whole Earth serves Peranakan-Thai vegetarian cuisine.
The food at Pyxiemoss feels like something Phoebe would concoct: child-like exploratory quality, quirky, playful, silly, and fun.
The Living Cafe at Bukit Timah has evolved to serve beyond raw vegan food. They now have vegetarian and meat options.
The world-renowned Smoothie House 思慕昔, which sells more than a million bowls world-wide, has arrived in Singapore! The desserts are highly regarded by the CNN, which considers the brand’s desserts a “Must-Try.”
Aryaa restaurant at Beach Road is themed around the conquest of Alexander The Great, serving Greek, Turkish, and Indian food.