We don’t know why, but there is this misconception that anything meatless tastes terrible.
The truth is, nothing can be further from the truth. Some of the best food we’ve ever tried are vegetarian food. And we’re not even talking about the Impossible Burgers that are trending right now.
Don’t believe us? We’ll put our money where our mouths are. Here are 5 vegetarian places you need to try this October.
First opening their doors in 2008, Café Salivation has constantly updated and evolved their offerings to ensure returning diners have something new to try each time. Located along Race Course Road near Farrer Park MRT station, the restaurant serves vegetarian cuisine, using only sunflower and olive oil, with no MSG added to their food. Favourites here include spinach & soya lasagna, cottage cheese pesto sandwich and quinoa spinach salad
Founded on strong principles encompassing vegetarianism, Raj Restaurant serves fresh wholesome Indian food with only the highest quality ingredients. Dishes like khumb hara dhaniya, choley bhatura and masala dosa use homemade recipes. The folks are Raj aim to please and are happy to customise any dish according to diners’ wishes, from serving food without garlic or onion, to adjusting spiciness levels between spicy and mild.
50% slots: 16:00 | 16:30
Shake Farm focuses on all things health, proving the road to a healthy diet can be one filled with plenty of flavour and taste too. From Acai bowls and salads to healthy shakes, it’s the perfect place to eat right and get in shape. The HQ outlet here in Telok Ayer offers items like the Tropical Bliss Acai bowl, Go Greek toast and the Grandma Roast – all plenty of nutritional goodness for one’s body.
Located within a 20-foot repurposed metal container, Chimi’s is 1,800-square foot outdoor space that is a chill and casual place to enjoy drinks with Mexican favourites. Go for favourites like the Al Pastor pork skewers, quesadilla and loaded nachos. In the evenings, diners can simply walk out and enjoy the beautiful view of the surrounding Marina Bay and take in the day’s fading lights.
Weekdays: 21:30 | 22:00
Weekends: 13:30 | 14:00 | 14:30 | 22:00
Afterglow aims to bring sexy back to vegetables. Often being misunderstood as boring, unsexy and dry, a plant-based diet is actually extremely flavourful, refreshing and sexy. Located along Keong Saik Road, must-try options here are the raw kimchi nori rolls, raw lasagna and vegan nut cheese. Once is usually enough for most who pass by as they soon understand why the folks here are so passionate about going back to basics.
Weekdays: 15:00 | 15:30 | 16:00 | 16:30
Sat: 15:00 | 15:30