How to spend a Sustainable day in Singapore?

So, you made the decision to go against the world and turned a plant-based eater overnight. But believe it or not, taking a huge decision like this comes with its own set of hurdles. Everyone loves trying out new places almost as much as they love returning to their old favourite spots. They love exploring new menu items and discovering new ways to consume the foods they enjoy the most.

Eating out can be both a wonderful and a very risky, especially when you are on a sustainable diet. From scrutinizing the ingredients to spending hours on analysing the dishes, doubting the restaurants’ ethical policies.

Devoted plant-based eaters are on cloud nine, when they are sure that the restaurant follows a 100% sustainable food menu. They will not have the hassle spending hours on the menu and are able to order whatever they like without analysing the ingredient list.

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.

  1. Breakfast at Loving Hut Singapore

Char Siew, Otah, TeoChew Roll, you name it. All of it can be found in one single venue. Loving Hut Singapore is a vegan restaurant that provides a range of local breakfast favourites. Having a plant based char siew in Singapore is probably one of the dreams for many locals here. They also serve other local dishes such as Braised Tofu Yam. It is slightly pricey in comparison to Greendot but it is surely a place to check out if you want an authentic local breakfast here!

Price Range: $15-30

Location: 229 Joo Chiat Rd, #01-01, Singapore 427489 

Website: https://lovinghut.com.sg

  1. Visit the Singapore Zoo

This is THE place for you to check out if you are enjoy spending time with animals. Singapore Zoo is one of the top three zoos in the world! Head over to explore it’s beautiful landscaped gardens by tram and learn about the history of the animals.

Price Range: $32 onwards

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

Website: https://www.wrs.com.sg/en/singapore-zoo.html

  1. Plant based Lunch at Rang Mahal Restaurant

Rang Mahal is one of the Indian restaurants to come up with a sustainably delicious menu. Try their 100% plant based HerbYvore Set Thali Meal and enjoy the sumptuous spread! Centrally located in the heart of Singapore’s city centre, Rang Mahal is a fine-dining destination that serves up one of the best Indian cuisine with a modern flair.

Price Range: $58++

Location: 7 Raffles Blvd, Level 3 Pan Pacific, Singapore 039595 

Website: https://rangmahal.com.sg/rangmahal/

  1. Visit Gardens by the Bay

After a hearty lunch, it is always good to take a stroll in the garden. Make the most out of your sustainability day out and spend it at a picturesque greenery atmosphere. Located in Marina Bay, Gardens By The Bay is the most iconic, recognizable and is admired by many for its marvel of beauty.

Price Range: $20 – $30

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953 

Website: https://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en.html

  1. Dinner at Da Mamma SG

De Mamma is a Italian private dining restaurant focusing on a plant based, all-vegan cuisine, using the cuisine’s heritage, cooking techniques and fermentation. It also offers a complimentary 20% discount to all the mothers.

Price: $88/pax for a 5 Course Set Meal

Location: 462 Crawford Ln, #02-67, Singapore 190462 

Website: https://www.damammasg.com 

Although the itinerary might burn a bit too big of a hole in your wallet, these places a worth a visit at least once in your lifetime to experience the versatility of sustainable cuisines and being surrounded with places that adds more depth to your plant-based eater journey and serves a reminder as to why you made the decision to become one. 

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