11 Vegetarian eateries that deliver for you to live, eat & go green

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Sharing Meals: • A-One Green SignatureElemenLing Zhi VegetarianLotus Vegetarian RestaurantNature Vegetarian Delights
Solo: • GroveNew Fut Kai Vegetarian RestaurantLove Handle Burgers Teng Bespoke Vegetarian RestaurantThe Salad ShopVegan Burg

If you’re a meat eater and the only time you intentionally had a meatless meal was when Impossible™ Foods launched in Singapore, I don’t blame you.

The vegetarian food scene in Singapore only became fast-growing in recent years, with more Singaporeans converting to vegetarianism or opting to eat more plant-based food due to health and environmental concerns. 

But long before you started noticing  Impossible™ Meat dishes at semi-atas restaurants, these 11 vegetarian eateries in Singapore have been serving delicious plant-based food to customers. This 2021, discover vegetarian eateries that deliver to your home to welcome the new year and new phase!

1. A-One Green Signature

A plate of Hotplate Sesame Chicken Noodle by Green Signature, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Hotplate Sesame Chicken Noodle ($12.90)

Many may recognise Green Signature from its founding company “A-One Group” that also owns A-One Claypot House and Hey Yummy. But more than just being a member of the group, Green Signature prides itself in being a vegetarian concept that was created to meet the rising demands of the vegetarian market and to cater to those with healthier eating habits.

At first glance, their menu would probably prompt you to think that they serve meat. Gong Bao Chicken & Cashew Nuts ($14.90), Deep Fried Prawns with Creamy Salted Egg ($14.90) and Hotplate Sesame Chicken Noodle ($12.90) are just some of the dishes that might give you a false impression of the restaurant. But don’t be fooled, all of their dishes are made with mock meat and most definitely super delicious!

2. Elemen

Wild Mushroom & White Truffle Pizza by Elemen, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Wild Mushroom & White Truffle Pizza ($17.80)

Known for serving healthy and natural food, Elemen is a plant-based restaurant that promotes environmental sustainability. Here, they focus on incorporating both Asian and Western styles to create dishes that are creative and presentable. Instead of serving mock meat, the restaurant prepares other rich-in-protein items such as Kale Tofu with Wild Rice ($12.80) and King Oyster Chop with Egg Fried Rice ($12.80). They also serve up pasta and pizza, such as Black Truffle Porcini Pasta ($18.80) and Wild Mushroom & White Truffle Pizza ($17.80).

Fun fact: Elemen is actually the restaurant behind Grove!

3. Grove

A plate of  Rendang Curry with Blue Pea Nasi Lemak by Grove, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.

Grove is a casual vegetarian restaurant serving up Asian fusion dishes such as Bento Boxes, Noodles and Rice. The restaurant incorporates highly raved food trends into their dishes, as seen from their Truffle La Mian ($9.30) and Rendang Curry with Blue Pea Nasi Lemak ($9.30)—infused with blue pea flower extract to get a nice shade of blue rice. Add on a Cold Homemade Barley ($2.40) or Passion Fruit Kumquat ($2.80) for a perfect sweet companion. Time to hop on the green trend and get trufflin’

4. Lingzhi Vegetarian

A platter of Vegetarian Satay served in Fresh Pineapple by Lingzhi Vegetarian, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Vegetarian Satay served in Fresh Pineapple ($25.70)

Lingzhi Vegetarian is a plant-based restaurant owned by the famed TungLok Group. Established in 1991, the restaurant’s quality ingredients have kept both vegetarians and meat-lovers coming back for more.

Known for their innovative spin on vegetarian dishes, you will find unconventional dishes such as Vegetarian Satay served in Fresh Pineapple ($25.70) and Vegetarian Goose with Crispy Beancurd Skin with Pancake ($25.70) on their menu, along with different bento sets and dim sum items. The restaurant also serves oriental desserts such as Mango Cream with Pomelo and Sago ($8.60) or Almond Cream with Peach Gum ($8.60) that is perfect for those with a sweet tooth.

5. Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant

A plate of Truffle Hakka Abacus from Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Truffle Hakka Abacus ($10.80)

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant prides itself for its innovative meat-free dishes that are created with fresh and natural ingredients. Some interesting traditional dishes on their menu include Truffle Hakka Abacus ($10.80) and Mala Crystal Dumplings ($4.80).

If you’re looking to host a family or friend gathering at home, Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant also has a Set Meal ($94.60 for 4 to5 pax) that allows you to select your choice of Main and Soup, and dishes from the Mushroom Series, Soya Series and Vegetable Series. Why go out and endure the crowd when you can dine in the comfort of your home over green treats?

6. Love Handle Burgers

A selection of vegetarian burgers from Love Handle Burgers. Cheeseburger, Mushroom Cheese and Fillet-O-Fishless Combo from Love Handle Burgers, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Cheeseburger ($12.50), Mushroom Cheese ($17), Fillet-O-Fishless Combo ($16.50)

If you decide to go plant-based this and need more options besides Vegan Burg, Love Handle Burger’s classic all-American burger menu is sure to do the trick. 

All their patties are made with 100% Impossible Meat so it looks and tastes like a real beef burger sans the extra fat. Have your pick from the Cheeseburger ($12.50), Mushroom Cheese ($17) to the Fillet-O-Fishless Combo ($16.50)Who knows? You might be a convert after this. The world is your burger at Love Handle Burgers.

7. Nature Vegetarian Delights

Mala Xiang Guo by Nature Vegetarian Delights, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Mala Xiang Guo (from $18)

With an extensive plant-based menu featuring a variety of cuisines such as Chinese, Western and Japanese, Nature Vegetarian Delights is a restaurant aiming to make a difference in people’s perception of vegetarian food. 

For all the mala lovers out there, the restaurant is known for its Mala Xiang Guo (from $18) which serves up to 7 pax. If you’re craving something less spicy, you can try out their homely Ah Ma’s Handmade Mee Hoon Kuey ($6.80) or Japanese Teriyaki Grill Fish & Miso Soup Bento ($11.80).

8. New Fut Kai Vegetarian Restaurant

Signature Soymilk Miso Charcoal Hotpot by New Fut Kai Vegetarian Restaurant, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Signature Soymilk Miso Charcoal Hotpot ($25)

New Fut Kai Vegetarian Restaurant serves a variety of Asian food, with a stronger focus on traditional Chinese dishes such as Thunder Tea Rice with Soup ($8.50), Red Fermented Rice Vermicelli ($8) and Laksa ($8). 

The restaurant also prepares modern dishes like the Veg Salmon Poke Bowl ($9.50) to cater to the younger population with “trendier” tastebuds. However, if you do order food from this restaurant, definitely try out their Signature Soymilk Miso Charcoal Hotpot ($25) filled with superfoods and collagen! Finally, end off your meal with a bowl of Black Sesame Paste ($3.50) for a sweet finish.

9. Teng Bespoke Vegetarian Restaurant

A Japanese don set with side dishes. Golden Mushroom Tempura Don Set from Teng Bespoke Vegetarian Restaurant, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Golden Mushroom Tempura Don Set ($18)

At Teng Bespoke Vegetarian Restaurant, you’ll find a wide variety of plant-based Japanese dishes to satisfy your healthy and Japanese cuisine lovin’ taste buds.

Replicated with konjac jelly, their Three Kind Sashimi ($19) resembles the real deal immensely. If you haven’t tried meatless sashimi yet, there is no better time than now. For a satiating meal, try out their Golden Mushroom Tempura Don Set ($18) or Roasted Mock Meat Don Set ($19). Go green this 2021 and dine fine with Vegetarian treats~

10. The Salad Shop

A selection of bases and topping options by The Salad Shop, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Take your pick from The Salad Shop’s variety of bases, toppings, and healthy options.

The Salad Shop is one of those places that nourishes the soul after a long week of work. I’d like to think this makes the perfect ‘reset meal’ after a weekend of binging junk food while catching up on my favourite Netflix series. 

Their salad bowls come in 3 sizes, the Small Human Feed ($11), Vegman Feed ($13) and Human Feed ($15). Every size comes with 1 base, 1 dressing and 1 topping, so you can customise your bowl to your own liking. If you aren’t a fan of cold salads, they serve 2 variations of Hot Boxes too. For spicy food lovers, the Fire Box ($11.50) served with their signature chilli will be right up your alley. Otherwise, non-spicy food eaters might enjoy the J-Box ($11.50) featuring its lemon and garlic chicken.

11. Vegan Burg

A vegan burger with fries on the side. The Chilli Krab Burg by VerganBurg, delivered islandwide in Singapore powered by Oddle.
Chilli Krab Burg ($11.90)

I know, can a vegan burger ever taste as good as a normal beef burger? At VeganBurg, they can. Sure, I was skeptical at first. However, that quickly changed once I had a bite of their winning burgers. 

Their GMO-free plant protein patties mimic the texture of meat and let me tell you, I wasn’t missing a thing. Opt for one of the award-winning Chilli Krab Burg ($11.90). A yummy tribute to the local favourite, featuring a crunchy, gluten-free patty topped with a sweet and tangy chili crab sauce, romaine lettuce, coriander, finely shredded farm-fresh cabbage and a generous scoop of creamy vegan aioli. All meat-free.