Recommended lists for Vegetarian

Recommended lists of Vegetarian food and restaurants in Singapore
Best Places for Vegetarian in Singapore 2017
Burpple Guides, Vegetarian, Healthy Best Places for Vegetarian in Singapore 2017 Keep this guide in your back pocket if you're a vegetarian, and if you're not, for times when you're dining with a vegetarian, or when you simply feel like going meat-free — it's great for the environment AND your tummy! We've put together the best spots in Singapore to inspire you to get your green on, from well-loved vegan burgers to super affordable vegetarian hawker fare and hearty Korean plates. We've even scoured the island for vegan treats, including dairy-free ice cream and scrumptious vegan cakes!
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First time trying with my friend's recommendation - and it was good in a soothing, refreshing way. The bowl was flavourful with the diversity of vegetables and nuts - and it just seems to cleanse your body + keep you really full. Nutritious, green meal which I feel I should have more often! - a pity the green soup doesn't sit well with me because I'm not a fan of basil. But it's my friend's favourite too. Always supporting local ethnic cuisine!

Located at Central Square (Nearest MRT: Clarke Quay or Chinatown). They serve delicious range of vegetable & beans curries. While, the fluffy naans and various flavour rice are the perfect curry accompaniment.
Last but not least, they also provide tasty lassi (yogurt drink) & fruit juice.😋 Visited several times and still love it!😍 Remember to make a reservation in advance!

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I liked this rendition of savoury cake which resembles a whole piece of "chai tow kway", but softer texture. Well complemented with their blend of white sauce which gave a light peppery touch.
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Part of @elemensg 8 course christmas menu available for the month of December.

I’ve definitely fallen off the bandwagon of trying to eat clean but I’m trying my best to jump back on.
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Despite the price tags usually associated with things slathered in avocado, I’ll still cave in once in a while. The Double Barrel comes generously slathered in avocado and though you can’t see it, bits of mozzarella as well. Really tasty and the sourdough was jusssst right in terms of texture.

While this satisfied the avo cravings, I’d say go for their grain bowls if you’re hungry cause those are really generous with the toppings (except maybe the avocados. Go figure).

At $13, the large grain bowl that comes with two bases, two proteins and three toppings fetches great value. The bulgur (cracked wheat) had an interesting, mildly spicy flavour, which gave it an edge over the plainer quinoa. Both the Paprika Shrimp and Moroccan Salmon cost an extra dollar, and did quite well on cook and taste. The greens, however, we found under expectations along with the somewhat sad serving size of the avocado — only because the branding gave the general impression that avocados were the focus.
Nevertheless a good place for an easy, filling lunch!

Yes, this is a non food picture - because as someone who dines out often, I am sometimes curious about what restaurants look like. So here you go!

& of course, my generic overview of my experience gets written here lah:

The menu at HANS IM GLÜCK is extensive with different kinds of beef burgers, & for those who don't eat beef, there's a page on the menu for chicken options. You also get to choose your burger bun: Sourdough, Multigrain or naked.

Pretty value for money, considering this is in the heart of Orchard Road. Opted for the dinnertime special (after 5PM) where you get a side of your choice & a cocktail for an additional $15 only. The burgers themselves weren't mind-blowing; would've liked the patty to be juicier, but in all they weren't terrible. The burgers are more wide than they are tall, which makes them easier to eat, but the flatness of the patty could very well explain its well-doneness.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀️ Al fresco seats available
➗ Splitting of bill permitted

The cocktails ($14++ each) were very sizeable - gave me a nice after-dinner buzz.

I preferred the BEFLÜGELT for its solid Bourbon taste & also my soft spot for citrus fruits (it consists of triple sec, lime & lemonade).

The GLÜCKSBRINGER, on the other hand, is a gin-based tonic with, elderflower, cranberry, lemon & sparkling water - tasted like an adult Ribena, but not as strong as the former.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀️ Al fresco seats available
➗ Splitting of bill permitted

Everyone gotta dine there at least once to have a different perspective of vegetarian food 😋

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