These vegetarian spots are definitely worth the visit for delicious meat-free options. 

Original Sin
Blk 43 #01-62 Jalan Merah Saga Holland Village, Chip Bee Gardens, 278115

 

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For Mediterranean vegetarian food, Original Sin is the restaurant of choice. Using fresh herbs and ingredients to create healthy and delicious Mediterranean flavours, Original Sin is truly a vegetarian heaven. What’s more, you can pair their exquisite dishes with one of their wines.

Herbivore
Fortune Centre #1-13/14, 190 Middle Road, 188979

This restaurant is opened by the same owner of Zen Japanese Vegetarian Restaurant, which gained popularity back in 2010. Aside from offering Japanese Vegetarian meals here at Herbivore, their menu contains Western options such as vegetarian burgers and steaks.

VeganBurg
44 Jalan Eunos, 419502

 

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With a branch in San Francisco, California, and one here in Singapore, VeganBurg is changing the way we view comfort food like burgers and fries. Their food philosophy is based on creating a 100% plant-based menu while maintaining an environmentally sustainable diet. If you take a look at their Facebook and Instagram page, we are almost certain the only thing convincing you that their burgers are vegan is their name.

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Whole Earth
76 Peck Seah St, 079331

A Thai-Peranakan fusion food restaurant, they serve classics such as Sambal Kangkong, Nonya curry and authentic Nonya style Kong Bah. The Thai influence is in the way they season and garnish some of their Nonya dishes. They also serve traditional Tom Yum soup.

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Komala Vilas
76 – 78 Serangoon Road, 217981

 

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This Indian Vegetarian eatery has a very long history, having first established on 29 May 1947. It has been around for almost 70 years! They serve both South and North Indian cuisines. What’s more, Komala Vilas also offers catering services, so the next time you’re planning a party and are in need of vegetarian food, you can just contact these vegetarian experts.

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