Have you ever struggled as a vegetarian in Singapore While the hawker centres are known for their succulent pork and chicken specials restaurants and cafes have over the years tweaked their menus and innovated to appeal to a wider audience From South Indian tiffins and vegan burgers to Mediterranean delights and vegetarian renditions of local street food using mock meat here are 5 recommended places to dine at for when you re dining sans meat Mavali Tiffin Room Having been around for nearly 100 years this iconic spot is known for its pocket friendly South Indian delicacies VeganBurg An outstanding menu of meat free burgers using soy mushrooms and tofu Pollen A Mediterranean influenced restaurant known for its Kale Salad and pickled beetroots with water chestnuts Whole Earth Singapore s first and only Thai Peranakan restaurant that recreates classic meat dishes with mushrooms soy and pineapple chunks Gokul This hole in the wall eatery serves up a variety of local dishes like wontons and laksa using mushrooms soy and tofu Bookmark these spots for the next time you find yourself in the Lion City Have more recommendations for a vegetarians guide to Singapore Let us know in the comments below visit_singapore

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Have you ever struggled as a vegetarian in Singapore?

While the hawker centres are known for their succulent pork and chicken specials, restaurants and cafes have over the years tweaked their menus and innovated to appeal to a wider audience. From South-Indian tiffins and vegan burgers to Mediterranean delights and vegetarian renditions of local street-food using mock meat, here are 5 recommended places to dine at for when you're dining sans meat:

🍚 Mavali Tiffin Room :: Having been around for nearly 100 years, this iconic spot is known for its pocket-friendly South Indian delicacies

🍔 VeganBurg :: An outstanding menu of meat-free burgers using soy, mushrooms and tofu

🥗 Pollen :: A Mediterranean-influenced restaurant known for its Kale Salad and pickled beetroots with water chestnuts

🍲 Whole Earth :: Singapore's first and only Thai-Peranakan restaurant that recreates classic meat dishes with mushrooms, soy and pineapple chunks

🍜 Gokul :: This hole-in-the-wall eatery serves up a variety of local dishes like wontons and laksa using mushrooms, soy and tofu

Bookmark these spots for the next time you find yourself in the Lion City.

Have more recommendations for a vegetarians guide to Singapore? Let us know in the comments below ⬇️

@visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

Have you ever struggled as a vegetarian in Singapore? While the hawker centres are known for their succulent pork and chicken specials, restaurants and cafes have over the years tweaked their menus and innovated to appeal to a wider audience. From South-Indian tiffins and vegan burgers to Mediterranean delights and vegetarian renditions of local street-food using mock meat, here are 5 recommended places to dine at for when you're dining sans meat: 🍚 Mavali Tiffin Room :: Having been around for nearly 100 years, this iconic spot is known for its pocket-friendly South Indian delicacies 🍔 VeganBurg :: An outstanding menu of meat-free burgers using soy, mushrooms and tofu 🥗 Pollen :: A Mediterranean-influenced restaurant known for its Kale Salad and pickled beetroots with water chestnuts 🍲 Whole Earth :: Singapore's first and only Thai-Peranakan restaurant that recreates classic meat dishes with mushrooms, soy and pineapple chunks 🍜 Gokul :: This hole-in-the-wall eatery serves up a variety of local dishes like wontons and laksa using mushrooms, soy and tofu Bookmark these spots for the next time you find yourself in the Lion City. Have more recommendations for a vegetarians guide to Singapore? Let us know in the comments below ⬇️ @visit_singapore #PassionMadePossible #SingaporeFoodFestival

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