8 Vegan Restaurants In Singapore – That Won’t Disappoint

8 Vegan Restaurants In Singapore – That Won’t Disappoint

Traveling with a family with very different dietary requirements can sometimes be very tedious. When you have to cater for a vegan as well the options become very limited. In this post, I’m going to share my most favorite vegan restaurants in Singapore. You will not be disappointed!

My Top 8 Vegan Restaurants In Singapore

Urban Bites

Nestled in Telok Ayer Street Urban Bites is just a stone’s throw from the Thian Hock Keng Temple. Serving authentic Lebanese, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cuisines Urban Bites has plenty of options to choose.

From Mezza to Salads and Healthy Bowls and also now a delicious Impossible Kebab. There is plenty of vegan and vegetarian options.

Urban Bites
161 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068615

Ph. +65 6327 9460


Impossible Kebab
Urban Bites – Impossible Kebab

Wolf Burgers

With three outlets to choose from Wolf Burgers provide the most delicious freshly made beef, fish, chicken and yes even vegan/vegetarian burgers.

Meat-eaters in the family will love the Wagyu Beef burgers and our for vegetarians, the option of three burgers. The Veggie Wrap, Miso Tofu Veggie Burger, and most noteworthy the Future Burger made with Beyond meat a 100% plant-based faux meat patty.

Wolf Burgers

Suntec City
Funan Mall
Changi City Point


Wolf Burgers Beyond Meat Burger
Future Burger with Beyond Meat

Well Dressed Salad Bar

This funky cafe situated in the heart of Chinatown is just meters from the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum and certainly deserves a visit.

Serving up more than just salads their menu combines a selection of both local and western-inspired dishes. And amazing vegan baked goods also at reasonable prices!

282 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058831

Opens at 12.00pm

Well Dressed Salad Bar

After Glow By Anglow

This incredible farm-to-table raw vegan restaurant has the tastiest food hence why I visit frequently.

A must-try is the vegan raw lasagne certainly a favorite.

It is so hard to get delicious vegan desserts in restaurants. After Glow certainly deserves a visit even just to try their Chocolate Salted “Caramel”Fudge or Raw “Cheese” Cake.

24 Keong Saik Road

Read my full review here

Raw Lasagne
Raw Lasagne

The Botanic

This is one of the best vegan restaurants in Singapore to bring my visitors. They serve South-East Asian and Mediterranean flavors with vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, gluten-free and meat-friendly options. Something for everyone!

Situated at Raffles City, The Botanic is certainly a great place top pop in and have a refreshing cocktail as well.

The $24++ lunch set menus are great value for money while their comprehensive all-day menu will have you excited.

An absolute must-try is their Vegan Soft Meringue with Honey Mango and the Cacao and Chia Seed Brownie.

252 North Bridge Road,
#01-22A Raffles City Shopping Centre
Singapore 179103

Ph. +65 6837 0995

Read My Full Review Here

Vegan Desserts
The Botanic Vegan Desserts

Original Sin

Opening in 1997, Original Sin is one of my long term favorite restaurants because the food is always consistently excellent.

Serving Mediterranean/Italian Vegetarian cuisine their extensive menu will please all. The Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-Free menu includes Salads, Starters which are great for sharing, and scrumptious mains, pasta, and pizza.


Spinach, feta and tofu patties – Photo Courtesy of @originalsinrestaurant


I recently discovered Limaa on a visit to Haji Lane. I had heard about their amazing Acai and Spirulina bowls so had to visit and see if these bowls were really as tasty and Instagram worthy as rumored.

They have a great selection of fresh juices and smoothies and also breakfast options and other hearty meals. While the menu is not all entirely vegan there is enough to choose from and satisfy your appetite. The fresh bowls were certainly an excellent choice after battling the Singapore heat.

51 Haji Lane


Spirulina Green Bowl and Acai Smoothie Bowl

Flavours by Saute’

Another random find at the newly reopened Funan Mall on B1 level. Flavours by Saute’ is a vegetarian/vegan concept and a great experience if you love fusion food.

The extensive menu takes a while to go through but you will find there are plenty of Vegan options.

We tried the best seller Sichuan Mala Orh Luak which was delicious, Spicy Korean Kimchi Soup and the Fries with Veganaisse and Coconut were very Moorish.

Flavours by Saute
Flavours by Saute’