Despite its boastful name, Genius Central serves a variety of food that is both delicious and healthy.
Copper Chimney, Little India: Not Affiliated to the Famous Bombay Chain. But It’s Probably One of the Best Indian Restaurants in Singapore
Every dish at Copper Chimney at Little India is fantastic.
Drunken Farmer, Stanley Street: Spa Esprit Group’s Natural Wines and Everything Sourdough (Pizzas, Waffles, Even Fried Chicken)
Drunken Farmer’s pizzas are made from a 159-year-old sourdough starter and a dough that takes 30 hours to rise.
Yang Guo Fu 杨国福, Bugis: World’s Largest Mala Tang (Not MLXG) Chain with Over 6000 Outlets
Yang Guo Fu 杨国福 has now two outlets in Singapore: at Bugis and Singpost Centre (Paya Lebar).
The Garden Club, OUE Downtown Gallery: The Place to Cultivate a Plant-Forward Diet
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”?
Empress @ ACM: One of the Best Meals This Year, the Siew Yok and Fried Rice!
The fried rice and siew yok at Empress Restaurant at the ACM are out of the world.
Elemen 元素, Harbourfront Centre: 1 Part Truffle Magic, 3 Parts Wholesome Goodness
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, Keong Saik: Are There Any Good, Casual Indian Restaurants Outside Little India?
Indline Restaurant at Keong Saik, which serves North Indian cuisine, is helmed by Ajim Khan who has 25 years of culinary experience.
Permanently Closed: Lotus Kitchen, Chinatown Point: Meat, You’re Doomed, at This Fantastic Vegetarian Restaurant
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.