Published On: November 26, 2022- Last Updated: October 14, 2023- 6 min read-

Vegan and plant-based food places in Singapore

Singapore is a city with many options and is a great place for vegans and plant-based eaters. Many restaurants in Singapore serve deliciously healthy Food, from vegan options to gluten-free dishes. Read on for our list of the best places for Vegan Food in Singapore:

Carrotsticks and Cravings

A vegan food store that sell home-cooked meals, snacks, and drinks. The store has been operating since 2010, offering customers fresh ingredients with great taste at affordable prices.

Carrot sticks and Cravings pride itself on its no-nonsense approach to customer service: you will get what you want when you want it! With this brand promise in mind, they offer customers top-quality products at reasonable prices without compromising quality or service.

Carrotstick Singapore

Source: Carrotsticks and Cravings

Their business model consists of two parts: First comes their online shop, which offers customers an easy way to order online without waiting for delivery time (or paying GST). Second, comes the physical store, where they sell all their products in bulk quantities at lower costs.

Location: 5 Stanley St #01-01 068724
Website: Carrotsticks and Cravings

Real Food

This reasonably new vegan restaurant has been open since July 2018. It’s located at Centrepoint and has a large selection of plant-based Food, desserts, and drinks. They have an extensive menu with options like nachos made with cauliflower instead of cheese, burgers with tempeh patties, jackfruit as toppings, and more. In addition to their wide range of dishes, they also offer a daily changing lunch set menu which includes items such as salads (with tofu), sandwiches (with chickpea flour), or soups (made from lentils).

The ambiance here is good; it’s clean but doesn’t feel clinical or sterile like some other restaurants in Singapore might feel like – there’s plenty of natural light coming from the windows, so it feels bright but not uncomfortably bright either! This makes for a perfect setting for getting work done while enjoying delicious Food too!

Multiple location: Orchard Central, Oasis Hotel Novena, South Beach, Yishun, Penang
Website: Real Food

Wala Wala Café Bar

Wala Cafe Bar is a vegan food store that sells plant-based meats, cheeses, and dairy alternatives.

The store has several outlets throughout Singapore, including one at Bugis Junction and another on Upper Thomson Road. The menu includes various food items such as burgers, sandwiches, salads, and desserts such as cakes and pies.

Location: 31 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village, Singapore 277689
Website: Wala Wala Café Bar

The Living Cafe

The Living Cafe is a vegan restaurant in Singapore. It has a wide range of vegan food options, and it’s located in Chinatown, so if you’re looking for some good food on your trip to Singapore, then this place should be high on your list.

The living Cafe

Source: The Living Cafe

The atmosphere at The Living Cafe is excellent as well! It’s very casual, and there are plenty of different types of seating, so everyone will find something they like. The staff are also very friendly and will give you any advice or help when needed (like if you have questions about the menu). You can get some delicious meals here for under S$10 per person (with free wifi!).

Location: 779 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore, 269758
Website: The Living Cafe

Afterglow by ANGLOW

Afterglow by ANGLOW is a popular vegan restaurant with a large selection of dishes, including many options for those on a gluten-free diet. It offers breakfast and lunch menus and dinner specials that can be customized to suit your tastes. The Food here is made with fresh ingredients, so you know it will be delicious!

The menu features salads like the Portobello Mushroom Salad ($16), which comes with grilled portobellos, arugula leaves, roasted red peppers, and sunflower seeds for added flavor. There are also burgers such as the Teriyaki Burger ($14) or Veggie Burger ($13) on offer at Afterglow by ANGLOW—these burgers come topped with lettuce instead of cheese, so there’s no need for dairy or meat products if you’re looking for something vegetarian-friendly! If you’re feeling more carnivorous than veggie, then try out one of their sandwiches instead: For example, I recommend trying one from their ‘Burger’ section, such as this Black Bean Burger Recipe With Cilantro Pesto Sauce Recipe With Avocado Spread Recipe On Bread Bun

Location: 24 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089131
Website: After Glow

Little Farms Cafe

Little Farms Cafe is located at Jalan Besar and its run by two friends who are passionate about sustainable living. They use local produce from farmers markets and roadside stalls, as well as organic ingredients from supermarkets like NTUC Fairprice. The menu consists of salads, soups, sandwiches and breakfast items such as smoothies, granola bowls and toast with spreads like avocado or peanut butter. You can also choose from a range of coffees such as flat whites, lattes, cappuccinos and Americanos.

Multiple Locations: Katong Point Bistro, Valley Point Cafe, Tanglin
Website: Little farms

P.S Cafe

P.S Cafe is located in the heart of Singapore, The cafe is easy to find and has ample seating for large groups. They offer a variety of foods such as rice bowls, salads, and sandwiches, as well as desserts like shakes or brownies made from scratch with local ingredients such as coconut ice cream!

PS Cafe Siang Hill

Source: PS Cafe

The prices are reasonable at P.S Cafe, but this depends on what you order; if you’re looking for something light, try their vegetarian wraps, which cost only S$8, while the beef steakhouse costs around S$12 per serving (The steakhouse option also comes with fries). If you want something more substantial, go for their salads or rice bowls which come in different sizes, so there’s no need to worry about going overboard here – ask them how much each item costs before ordering!

Multiple locations: Ann Siang Hill, East Coast Park, Great World, Harding Road, Katong, One Fullerton, Palais Renaissance, Paragon, Raffles City, Petit Tiong Bahru.
Website: PS Cafe

Vegan food is on the rise. More people are becoming aware of how their diet can impact the planet and animals, and they also see a shift in society towards more health-conscious lifestyles. As a result, many major chains have begun to offer vegan options in recent years. What’s interesting about this trend is that it’s not just about eating healthier; it’s also about making sure nobody has to go hungry or miss out on an opportunity because they don’t have access to these products!

We hope you have enjoyed our list of Singapore’s best vegan and plant based food places. We’re sure there are a few other places we haven’t covered here, so let us know if that is the case! We would love to hear from you and see what other tips you have for vegetarians and vegans who want to visit this beautiful country. Until next time, happy eating!

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