HerbYvore celebrates Hari Raya

With Hari Raya Haji being around the corner, we thought of sharing few sustainably delicious vegan eateries that our fellow Muslim friends can check out to dine in at (oh please do not forget that it is limited to 5 pax!)


  1. Warung Ijo (Hands down, one of our personal favourites) 

Warung Ijo serves an array of authentic Indonesian dishes such as Gulai Fish & Asam Fish (yes, these items are completely vegan) that are so rich in flavour that you’d almost forget that these are actually vegan! Mind blowing, isn’t it? 

However, just a heads up. Not all the dishes are completely vegan. Despite that, you’d still be able to customize your orders accordingly to ensure it is such. 

Another attention-grabbing thing about this place is that it is very affordable that it probably tempts you to order more than required. But who is complaining about having more good vegan food, right? ?

Warung Ijo
337 Beach Rd, Singapore 199565
Operating Hours: 11am to 3pm, 5-9pm
Contact: 8857 8600

Whole Earth serves a variety of malay & Chinese dishes that are sure to satisfy your tummy and your soul. One of their signature favourites is the Penang Rendang (made of Shiitake Mushroom) & Asam Pedas vegetables. Oh, not to mention, this entire restaurant is 100% vegan ? Whole earth is also the first plant-based restaurant to be awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand Award for 4 consecutive years 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019. Price range wise, it is slightly pricier but it sure is worth it!


Whole Earth
76 Peck Seah St, Singapore 079331
Operating Hours: 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10pm
Contact: 6221 6583


For those who prefer to have a cosy stay-home celebration, we have a simple yet sustainably delicious recipe that you can try at the comfort of your homes. Fret not, I promise it is a recipe that can be whipped up within 20 minutes. ?

HerbYvore Pea Paneer Sambal 


1 pack of HerbYvore Pea Paneer – cubed

1 large onion – chopped

3 cloves of garlic – chopped

1 bird eye chili (for those who prefer it to be spicier, feel free to add more!) 

1 tbsp of Chili Powder

Cooking oil of your choice 

Pinch of salt 

*Optional: 1 tsp of brown refined sugar to add a little sweetness to the sambal 



In a frying pan, add sufficient amount of oil till it is heated up well. 

Add chopped onion and sauté it. Subsequently, add the chopped garlics and the bird eye chili.  Sauté them well. 

Add the chili powder and a pinch of salt. You will see a nice bright red colour sambal sauce in the making.

Add HerbYvore Pea Paneer cubes into it and saute them well till it has absorbed all the flavours (Optional: if you’d like a crunch added on, you can choose to deep fry to cubes prior to this separately) 

Optional: You can garnish it with coriander leaves 

& HerbYvore Pea Paneer Sambal is ready to be served! 

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Supply Chain Transparency of Herbyvorefoods

HerbYvore’s pea paneer is made from peas farmed in Canada, which are then transported under minimal cold chain conditions to Singapore. It is then locally manufactured under the highest hygiene and quality standards into the paneer blocks available for purchase at your local NTUC Finest. Herbyvore’s parent company, Agrocorp, specialises in the trade of staple food products like pulses and wheat, so you can ensure that the pea protein is being transported in good hands. 

How to spend a Sustainable day in Singapore?

In Dec 2019, PETA Asia declared Singapore as Asia’s second most favourite sustainable city. From Herbyvore’s Pea Paneer to Mock meat burgers and dairy free ice creams, Singapore is becoming the paradise for plant-based eaters.
Here is how you can spend a sustainable day in Singapore.