Other Vegan Guides to Singapore
For anyone wanting to join a vegan tour whilst in Singapore, head over to Veg This City and join one of their highly recommended food and cultural hops around Singapore. Also, you should all follow More Than Veggies on Facebook as she has lots of up to date info and post about living as a vegan in Singapore, the lovely Yishuai was also kind enough to list her 5 top picks for vegan food in Singapore for us to share:
Vegepot “Authentic Chinese Malaysian food, their chef is from Penang thus all their Penang dishes are 100% legit. It’s a hidden gem that locals frequent for their handmade food and friendly service. Everything is vegan except for some bottled drinks in a separate chiller, which contain honey. Located in Fortune Centre in town, a vegan and vegetarian local food mecca that all veggie tourists should check out!”
Thunder Tree “Authentic and good for organic and homely local Chinese dishes with great value for the price. Fully vegan with friendly service by the owner who is very passionate about his dishes. Their signature being Thunder Tea Rice which is a unique dish to the local Hakka people. Located in Chinatown Food Street.”
Raj “The first Indian vegetarian place in Singapore to label their vegan items on the menu. Good variety of authentic dishes from all over India. Located in Little India, an enclave for the local Indian community.”
Well Dressed Salad Bar “Wide variety of dishes (salads, brunch, wraps, cakes, waffles) and very vegan friendly. Patrons can also order traditional vegan Cantonese food from the restaurant upstairs which is under the same owner. Also the meeting spot for the vegan community’s outreach non-profit, Animal Allies Singapore. Located in Chinatown, beside a polpular tourist spot called Buddha Tooth Relic Temple”
Grand Hyatt Singapore “I put this in because they are the most vegan friendly 5 star hotel in Singapore. Their restaurants Pete’s Place and mezza9 have permanent vegan menus and they will introduce vegan dishes to all their restaurants in future. All their food is of great quality and made from scratch. The food and beverage director Jerome is vegan and is actively working on that. Located on Scotts Road.”
The team at ‘Animal Allies Singapore’ also have a useful Eating Out section on their website, ‘Singapore Vegan Community’ have plenty of content including the useful Vegan Food Near MRT Stations and Chicks Eat Vegan is another local Facebook group that is well worth a look. And of course, Happy Cow is your friend as a travelling vegan so here’s their Singapore page which has a huge 1100+ listings and a super friendly group of ambassadors who keep everything up to date!