The Best Vegan Restaurants in Singapore

The Best Vegan Restaurants in Singapore

As more evidence and information is being published every day about how meat affects our bodies and how the meat industry affects the environment in terms of greenhouse gases and climate change, it is no surprise to see veganism sweeping the globe.

Not only is a plant-based diet healthy and nutritious, but it could also help save the world.

Meat is, however, an established staple in most people’s diets and vegan food can be expensive, so finding the right places to enjoy vegan cuisine is very important. You want to know that you’re getting great-tasting, healthy food that isn’t full of chemicals, but actual fruit and vegetables. Veganism shouldn’t be looked at as a punishment or as a restrictive diet; instead, it should be seen as a celebration of fresh organic produce.

So with that in mind, we went and found the best vegan restaurants in Singapore. Here they are:

Real Food

Real Food has four outlets across Singapore and they all boast the same great range of vegetarian and vegan dishes. All the produce is sourced locally and you’ll even find a bunch of gluten-free options. The food at Real Food is a nice mix between East and West and they work hard to find a culinary harmony and a great balance of flavours. The dedication to plant-based cuisine doesn’t stop at the food, as the drinks menu also follows suit. So no matter what you order at Real Food, you know it’s not only going to be delicious, but also totally guilt-free!

To learn more, check them out here!181 Orchard Road, #02-16 to 19 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896


The world’s first 100% plant-based burger joint, VeganBurg has been changing the way the world looks at burgers since it opened back in 2010. Having started in San Francisco, VeganBurg now has a restaurant in Singapore’s Bedok district, and it is a big hit with locals. Everything is made GMO-free and from sustainably-sourced ingredients, and as much as physically possible is produced in house. As VeganBurg takes a hard look at the environmental impact of farming with regards to greenhouse gases and global warming, the food available is not only good for you – it’s also good for the world.

To learn more, check them out here!

44 Jln Eunos, Singapore 419502

Whole Earth

The only fully plant-based restaurant in Singapore to be awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for three consecutive years, Whole Earth is also the only Peranakan-Thai vegetarian restaurant in the city. Dedicated to elevating the standards and profile of plant-based cooking, while never sacrificing flavour or diversity of choice, Whole Earth proudly travels the world in search of new and exciting recipes to try so that diners always get the best food possible.

To learn more, check them out here!

76 Peck Seah St, Singapore 079331

Joie by Dozo

Located on the rooftop garden of Orchard Central, Joie by Dozo is dedicated to using the freshest vegetables, fruits and herbs available in order to create truly spectacular dishes. Influenced by the new wave trends of dining out in Europe and Taiwan, head chef Huang and his innovative team have created a meat-free kitchen. Sitting high above the famous shopping district of Orchard, Joie offers beautiful views across the city. Guests can enjoy a six or seven-course meal in a fine dining setting that challenges even the most famous of Singapore’s established meat-serving restaurants.

To learn more, check them out here!

181 Orchard Road, #12-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896

Afterglow by Anglow

They’re bringing veggie back, YEAH! Putting the sexy back into veggie, Afterglow by Anglow is passionate about promoting the fun and exciting flavours of a plant-based diet, as well as its growing community. Afterglow by Anglow, like many on this list, focuses on fresh farm to table dining while promoting locally-sourced produce. Afterglow also offers food workshops to help people learn how to get the most out of a plant-based lifestyle, both in health and flavour.

To learn more, check them out here!

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24 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089131

Original Sin

More of a vegetarian restaurant than a vegan one, it would be foolish to leave a venue of Original Sin’s fame off the list. The first fully vegetarian Mediterranean restaurant in Singapore, Original Sin offers fantastic variety, excellent service and an award-winning wine list. Original Sin strives to create a dining experience that is above and beyond expectations by serving up great tasting vegan and vegetarian food. Each dish is like a work of art and you also have the option of dining alfresco under the stars, which helps turn a great night out into an even more magical experience.

To learn more, check them out here!

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#01, 43 Jln Merah Saga, 62 Holland Village Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278115

Loving Hut

Loving Hut isn’t just dedicated to providing you with fantastic, locally-sourced ingredients – it is also passionate about saving the planet. The world’s fastest growing vegan restaurant chain, Loving Hut prides itself on being 100% vegan, non-GMO and consistent in its use of organic produce. Loving Hut is also a serious advocate for improvements in the field of climate change, and strives to promote the vegan lifestyle as a way of curbing the negative effects the meat industry has on the environment.

To learn more, check them out here!

229 Joo Chiat Rd, #01-01, Singapore 427489


Veganism and fast food don’t often go hand in hand; however, at NomVnom, you’ll find all your favourites like burgers, pizzas and pasta, and the best part is they’re 100% guilt-free. The name of the game at NomVnom is healthy, delicious food that will satisfy the cravings of vegans and non-vegans alike. The choice of burgers on offer range from specially-imported patties to homemade ones, and NomVnom’s buns are steamed rather than baked to ensure they’re tasty and healthy. With it being only a one-minute walk from Clarke Quay MRT station, NomVnom really is perfect for stopping in and grabbing some food on the go.

To learn more, check them out here!

6 Eu Tong Sen St, #03-105/106/107, Singapore 059817


The number one vegetarian restaurant chain in Taiwan with an outlet in Raffles City Shopping Centre in Singapore, Sufood is again more vegetarian than vegan, but follows the same philosophy of fuelling your body and mind with nutritious food. Sufood promotes the idea that eating less meat is the best way to keep your body and the planet happy. With everything from snacks and soups to desserts and all the delicious things in between, it’s no wonder why Sufood is so popular.

To learn more, check them out here!

252 North Bridge Road #02-19 Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103


No list of vegan restaurants is complete without HRVST. This lifestyle centre is a place where you can work out, socialise and of course, indulge in some of the best vegan dishes around. Bringing together four of the most important aspects of cuisine, HRVST dish food that’s delicious, aesthetically pleasing, healthy and affordable. We know that booking a table at a vegan restaurant can seem like a big “missed-steak”, but HRVST in Tanjong Pagar is well worth it.

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6A Shenton Way, OUE Downtown Gallery, #05-01, Singapore 068815

A few more fantastic vegan restaurants to check out:

Genesis Vegan Restaurant115 Owen Rd, Singapore 218922

The Boneless Kitchen1 Irving Pl, #01-31 Commerze @ Irving, Singapore 369546

Elemen9 Raffles Blvd, #01-75A/76 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596

Herbivore190 Middle Road, #1-13/14, Fortune Centre, Singapore 188973

Gokul Vegetarian19 Upper Dickson Rd, Singapore 207478

Komala Vilas Restaurant76-78 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 217981

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant201 Balestier Rd, Singapore 329926

Well Dressed Salad Bar282 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058831

Green Dot1 Raffles Place #03-23/24, Singapore 048616

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Did we miss anything? Which is your favourite vegan eatery in Singapore? Let us know in the comments section below!