Eating Clean, Vegetarian and Vegan in Singapore

Eating Clean, Vegetarian and Vegan in Singapore

Eating Clean, Vegetarian and Vegan in Singapore

Singapore, an island city-state of Malaysia, is not an island separated from the world of food.  Rich noodle dishes, coconut curries and fresh-caught seafood fill their typical 5-6 meals per day.

This may seem a bit excessive to others, but the island is full of 5 million serious foodies, who will vehemently argue over who has the best food in the city. And the best food in the city, sometimes, is the cheapest and comes from the many food hawkers that fill the streets, who often rely on these arguments to fill the queues to their stalls.

Their food is a veritable melting pot, not only of flavors, but cultures. Singapore, filled with immigrants, all brought their own style of food; primarily Chinese, ethnic Malay, and Indian, spiced with a small percent of Eurasian, to create a food culture all their own.

In a town with so many options, those with dietary restrictions and seeking lower calorie meals need not avoid the Lion City to meet their nutrition needs. There are several food options to promote healthy eating in Singapore.



Authentic Korean rice bowls served by two Korean brothers who, looking for healthy options themselves, realized that Korean food is already healthy! They modified the cooking techniques of ancient family recipes with a certified food nutritionist without compromising overall taste.

The Living Cafe

The jackpot of food preferences, the Living Café caters to every dietary restriction, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free sugar-free, and nut-free. They feature several raw food items on their menu, and refuse to serve red meat, additives, preservatives, artificial colorings and white sugar.


For hearty sandwiches, huge pimped-out salads, and nourishing soup, Sarnies is the place to be. Everything is made to order and fully personalized to anything you desire. Take it to go or get a coffee and spend hours enjoying the atmosphere for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Kitchen by Food Rebel

As the menu says “Don’t Panic, It’s Organic!” Kitchen by Food Rebel uses ethically-sourced food and caters to vegan, vegetarian, clean-meat lovers, and those looking for a generally healthier lifestyle. Meals are all cooked fresh and onsite to order.


Ci Yan Organic Vegetarian Health Food

The name says it all. With a rotating blackboard of about 4-5 items, a fresh, simple meal is definitely on the menu.

Real Food

Real food is just that; real and ethical ingredients carefully combined to form delicious meals by people who believe “you are what you eat”. The café is a meat-free, processed ingredients-free and trans-fat free restaurant with 3 locations throughout Singapore.

Loving Hut

Homey Loving Hut will satisfy any vegetarian’s tummies with their fusion menu. Everything from western to Asian, juice to beer, and chips to chocolate, you’ll find it here.



Changing the fast-food and over meat-eating industry one restaurant at a time, Veganburg serves vegan approved “burgers” made up of farm fresh greens, GMO free soy patties and dairy-free sauces on a light, healthy bun. A variety of sides like French fries, spinach and potato croquette pops, vegan sausage and chilled broccoli florets perfectly accompany your choice of vegan “burger”.


Japanese-style restaurant, Herbivore, gets creative, offering more to vegetarians and vegans than just vegetable ramen. Mock fish like mock salmon, mock tuna, and even mock unagi to make authentic style sushi rolls that everyone can enjoy.

Café Salivation

Café Salivation offers several options for vegans and is known for its unique take on international cuisine. Delicious food and affordable prices for breakfast, lunch and dinner make Café Salivation all the more tempting.

Have I missed any of your favorites? Let us know!

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