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The best restaurants with vegetarian and vegan delivery options in Singapore

Get these plant-based meals delivered straight to you

Fabian Loo
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Fabian Loo
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Finding meat-free alternatives and plant-based dishes can be tough when you’re not allowed to head out. But whether you have a dietary preference or looking to introduce more greens in your meals, these restaurants provide nourishing meals to keep you healthy and going throughout the day.

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  • Restaurants
  • Vegetarian
  • Rochor

Don’t be mistaken by this stall’s name. While it might have a wide array of juices, Tracy Juice Culture is best known for its savoury udon dish. Tracy’s Special Udon comes with an earthy, umami-rich soup base that is made from diced mushrooms, and comes packed with other ingredients like mock meat and broccoli. Every order ($11.90) comes with a side of peach gum cheng tng. Those looking to turn up the heat can try its special fruit juice curry udon noodles ($11.90), while the wild rice congee ($5.40) makes for a warm, nutritious meal with ingredients like organic rice, herbs, wolfberries, corn, mushroom, and seaweed. 

ORDER HERE tjcdelivery.wixsite.com/tracyjuiceculture/ala-carte-menu

  • Restaurants
  • Hawker
  • Rochor

Greens from this vegan Hakka hawker stall changes regularly. Thunder Tree gets its vegetables from an organic farm that the stall owner’s family owns, and uses it create bowls of thunder tea rice ($8) and thunder tea kolo mee ($8). If you aren’t a fan of the herb-heavy dish, its wonton kolo mee ($6) is just as good. Look out for daily specials that might feature abacus seeds, laksa, or even homemade mocha. The stall is also working with drivers whose jobs have been affected to deliver its takeaways.

ORDER HERE thundertree.sg/shop/

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  • Restaurants
  • Raffles Place

Obsessed over avocadoes? You’re not alone. Avorush believes that the superfruit is more than just a trendy ingredient, and has designed its entire menu to celebrate all of its creamy goodness. Of course, you’ll find it served atop toast as a classic smashed avo, sprinkled with feta cheese; or topped with grilled halloumi or creamy scrambled eggs.  You’ll also find it atop salads and in its lunch bowls, as guacamole served together with spicy bulgur, sweet corn, tofu, and beetroot hummus. 

ORDER HERE Available via Grabfood

  • Restaurants
  • Indonesian
  • Raffles Place

It is hard to believe that the spice-forward bowls at Nusantara Singapore are entirely plant-based. While the kitchen cooks up slick curries stewed with meat, the vegan rice bowl section highlights blue pea-scented rice served alongside sambal goreng ($11), sayur lodeh ($9), and more. Also worth a try: potato curry puff ($2.50) and mashed banana fritters ($3), which make for a perfect afternoon treat to get over the mid-day stay-home slump. 

ORDER HERE nusantara.sg/order

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  • Restaurants
  • Chinatown

This vegan and raw food pioneer has a tailored menu available for pick-ups (own containers are welcomed) and island-wide delivery during this period. Try hearty, healthy mains like its smoked stacked burger ($20) with beggie patty and the raw crispy lasagne ($22). Indulge in a range of raw desserts like the ‘cheese’cake ($12) and picture-perfect tarts ($9).

ORDER HERE afterglow.sg/store

  • Restaurants
  • Peranakan
  • Orchard

While traditional Peranakan food is meat-heavy, chef Raymond Khoo from The Peranakan has created vegetarian versions of Nonya classics that are just as flavourful. On the plant-based Tok Panjang set (from $48), you’ll find bakwan kepiting soup made from OmniMeat, ‘mutton’ rendang, nasi ulam, ‘ikan-less’ asam pedas, and more. Even the all-important condiment of sambal belachan is made with meat-free.

ORDER HERE order.theperanakan.com/en_SG

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  • Restaurants
  • Vegetarian
  • Tanjong Pagar

This plant-based restaurant has long been recognised for affordable vegetarian dishes that taste great – it's even been recognised with a Micheline Bib Gourmand Award for the past four years. It's best to order a few dishes to share and popular picks include the Penang rendang ($23.10) made with shiitake mushrooms and Nonya curry ($22.05). You'll also find vegetarian takes on zi char staples like sweet and sour ‘pork’ ($18.90) and crispy handmade beancurd roll ($24.15) stuffed with black fungus and monkey head mushroom. Convenient bento boxes ($16) and bundles packs (from $105) that feed four are also available. 

ORDER HERE fields.wholeearth.com.sg/en_SG

  • Restaurants
  • Toa Payoh

Got a massive Korean food craving after binging on Crash Landing On You? Sip on kimchi jjigae ($9.90) or slurp down japchae ($11.90) from The Boneless Kitchen, a vegetarian Korean eatery. Its extensive delivery menu includes black bean paste noodles ($10.90), and a much healthier version of bibimbap ($11.90) that’s packed with raw veggies. Depending on your exact location, different delivery mee and a minimum order apply. Here’s a tip for those living in the West – pop by its sister restaurant, Daehwa, to place your orders and save on delivery costs. 

ORDER HERE thebonelesskitchen.com/delivery/

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  • Restaurants
  • Geylang

Not all fast-food comes from McDonald's, and not all burgers need to come unhealthy. At Veganburg, you’ll find creative stacks made with meat-free or Impossible patties, sandwiched between freshly baked buns. Popular options include the Crack Mayo Burger (from $8.90) with plant-protein patty and egg- and dairy-free mayonnaise, and Creamy Shrooms Burger (from $9.90). Throw in sides of coconut fries (from $5.90), or balance your meal with some char-grilled broccoli (from $2.90) dressed simply in salt. 

ORDER HERE veganburg.oddle.me/en_SG

  • Restaurants
  • Vegetarian
  • Bukit Timah

Eating healthy shouldn’t be limiting. At The Living Café, you’ll find nourishing renditions of your usual dishes. There’s the veggie nori roll ($16.50) packed with raw veggies, raw cashew mayo, balsamic dressing; and a rice bowl topped with tempeh, purple cabbage, avocado, housemade kimchi, and more fresh stuff ($21.20). There are also raw mains of taco boats ($21.20) made with raw walnut meat, and a raw roasted broccoli mushroom pizza ($23.55) drizzled with macadamia cheese sauce. Note that the café also serves meat dishes – which is great when ordering for a family with different dietary preferences. 

ORDER HERE thelivingcafe.oddle.me/en_SG

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