Good food can be found almost anywhere in Singapore and the same can be said about vegetarian fare. Bookmark this list of vegetarian restaurants in Singapore for delicious creations that will satisfy any non-carnivore!

Pollen
Spectacular view of the exterior fa?ade of the Flower Dome at dusk.

Pollen is a gorgeous Mediterranean-influenced, modern European restaurant located in the heart of the beautiful Gardens by the Bay, where you can dine while surrounded by lush vegetation such as olive and fig trees.

Executive chef Steve Allen puts out meat-free creations for his special, ever-changing vegetarian menu, which features dishes like kale salad and pickled beetroots with chestnut yogurt. 

The best bit? After the feast, you get to access the Flower Dome for free and explore the garden, kept at under 20 degrees Celcius, that features a colourful plethora of exotic flora.

Gardens by the Bay. 18 Marina Gardens Drive #01-09, Singapore 018953. +65 6604 9988.
Mon, Wed-Sun noon-3pm, 6-10pm.


VeganBurg

Think fast food has to always involve meat, meat, and more meat? That's definitely not the case with VeganBurg, where an amazing plant-based menu bathes in the limelight.

Try items like the “Cracked Mayo” (soya patty slathered in egg and dairy-free mayonnaise) and the “Smoky BBQ” (mushroom patty with barbeque sauce). Want something with a local twist? There's the “Char-Grilled Satay” dish, which features a soy patty covered in a spice and herb-rich satay (grilled meat skewers) sauce.

Sides like smoked franks and spinach pops are also available.

VeganBurg. 44 Jalan Eunos, Singapore 419502. +65 6844 6868.
Daily 11.30am-10pm.


Whole Earth
Street view of Whole Earth shop front at Peck Seah Street, Tanjong Pagar

As Singapore's first and only Thai-Peranakan* vegetarian restaurant, Whole Earth specialises in perfectly executed sour-spicy dishes that pretty much sum up the flavour profiles of the two main culinary influences.

See how they creatively recreate classic, meat-heavy Peranakan and Thai dishes as vegetarian-friendly alternatives, such as kong bah (braised pork belly) by using mushrooms, and sweet and sour pork by including soy and pineapple chunks.

*The term is an Indonesian/Malay word that means “local born”, which generally refers to people of Chinese and Malay/Indonesian heritage.

Whole Earth. 76 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079331. +65 6221 6583.
Daily 11.30am-3pm, 5.30-10pm.


Original Sin
Close up of the Broccolini Pesto pasta from Original Sin

Mediterranean vegetarian restaurant Original Sin has been around for almost 15 years, and its quality creations have consistently been on point.

Menu highlights include the "Magic Mushroom" (baked portobello mushroom with ricotta cheese, spinach, and pesto, drizzled with tomato basil sauce and mozzarella) and the vegetable tandoori (a mix of chargrilled mushrooms, eggplant, capsicum, onions, and tofu marinated in tandoori spices—it comes with yogurt, mango chutney and rice).

If you have a sweet tooth, try offerings like the apple crumble and the heady tiramisu.

Original Sin. Block 43 Jalan Merah Saga #01-62, Singapore 278115. +65 6475 5605.
Daily 11.30am-2.30pm, 6-10.30pm.


Café Salivation

Decked out in jewel tones and plenty of pink décor, Café Salivation in Little India focuses on Indian-Western style vegetarian plates that are chock full of fresh ingredients. With categories like soup, salad, sandwiches, burgers, pastas, pizza, and even Mexican, the menu is pretty extensive.

Bites like the chickpea and brown rice burger, crispy tofu steak sandwich, and enchilada (baked tortillas stuffed with vegetables and cheese) are hot favourites. For dessert, try the eggless coconut panna cotta.

Café Salivation. 176 Race Course Road, Singapore 218607. +65 6298 1412.
Mon-Thu & Sun 10am-10.30pm; Fri & Sat 10am-11pm.


Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant

Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant is what one would call a "hole-in-the-wall" eatery. This unpretentious gem is always packed and serves mouth-watering, meat-free options.

Here you'll find plenty of iconic local dishes made using lots of tofu and soya, from chicken rice and wanton (dumpling) mee to laksa (spicy coconut milk-based noodle soup) and soup kambing (mutton soup).

Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant. 19 Upper Dickson Road, Singapore 207478. +65 6396 7769.
Daily 10.30am-10pm.


Mavalli Tiffin Rooms (MTR)

Serving up authentic south Indian cuisine since 1924, MTR is great for a guilt-free yet satisfying meal that won't burn a hole in your wallet. Though the menu may be not very extensive, trust that whatever you pick will be a hit.

Tiffin meals to choose from include bisibele bhath (rice dish consisting of lentils and assorted vegetables), served with raitha (a condiment made from curds, onions and ghee) and poori (unleavened deep-fried bread), which comes with spiced potato curry and chutney.

Mavalli Tiffin Rooms. 438 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218133. +65 6296 5800.
Daily 8.30am-3pm, 5.30-9.30pm.