As people begin to get more health conscious, there is a need for healthier food options to be available too. While some opt to prep their meals at home, this isn’t a realistic solution for everybody. Luckily, there are many eateries that have got you covered. In short, the next time you want to eat a little cleaner, check out the Top 10 Healthy Eateries in Singapore.
Elemen has branches in Millenia Walk and Thomson Plaza, both open daily and serve fusion and wholesome cuisines. Ranging from Western, Japanese, to Chinese cuisines, Elemen offers a wide variety of wholesome dishes including Mushroom Risotto with Black Truffle, Tempura Tofu with Avocado Roll, Sizzling Quinoa Brown Rice and more. All of the ingredients are carefully prepared to ensure finest quality of the food is served to their customers.
Sunnychoice truly is a family affair, as it is a business run by five sisters! Since 2007, they’ve had a store that sells natural and organic products. Additionally, they also have a café within the premises where customers can enjoy nutritious vegetarian meals. The meals are cooked in a variety of styles, you’ll find dishes like Spaghetti, Curry, Rojak and even Bibimbap.
3) Café Salivation
Drool away, you won’t be faulted for it. This Western vegetarian café is located in Little India, and has been around since 2008. They use the freshest ingredients, like Sunflower and Olive Oil. Furthermore, you won’t find any MSG in their cooking. Also, there is a slight Indian influence to spice up their dishes, but you will find pizzas, pastas, burgers and enchiladas on the menu. They also have eggless desserts, cakes and pastries to offer.
4) 7 Sensations
Good living and good eating go hand-in-hand, and this is something the creators of 7 Sensations know for sure. Their holistic and vegetarian restaurant is located at Jalan Besar. From comforting and hearty soups to Nonya inspired dishes like Sambal Buah Keluak, you will be spoilt for choice with their menu offerings.
Lemony Raspberry Swirl “Cheese” Cake, wholesome burrito bowls, Kimchi rolls and so much more. At afterglow, they make meat-free meals a glamorous affair. Their food is fresh, with a farm to table concept, using local community-based ingredients. As a matter of fact, they also have cold-pressed juice and you can have their food delivered to you. They are on Keong Saik Road.
6) Guac & Go
The love of avocado runs deep at Guac & Go, in fact it’s one of many “superfoods” used at this establishment. Other main players include chia seeds, quinoa, salmon and eggs – among others! Have it your way, in salad form, in a burrito bowl, or even in a sandwich. They’ve been around since 2014, and are located behind Maxwell Chambers and opposite Guocotower.
7) O’bean Organic Soya Vegetarian Place
O’bean is located at Tanjong Pagar, and as a matter of fact are the only organic Soya based vegetarian/vegan restaurant in Singapore. Additionally, they also sell their own formulation of Organic Soya powder. They serve up both Western and Asian inspired dishes, some even inspired by meat dishes. You’ll never know the difference, the dishes even look deceptively meaty, though they are herbivore approved.
Carnivores and omnivores – we’ve got you covered too. Plentyfull is a stunning location at Raffles Boulevard that will pull you in with their aesthetic alone. Likewise, once you’ve taken that bait, there are gastronomic pleasures that await you inside. They’re open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – so visit anytime for a treat. Additionally, they source all their produce from smaller scale farmers, ensuring quality.
9) Genesis Vegan Restaurant
Genesis is located at 1 Lorong Telok. They serve vegetarian meals and truly believe in the healing elements of plant-based meals, which is reflected in their menu. Furthermore, they also bake bread that is suitable for Diabetics and those with Heart Disease, as their bread is sugar and preservative free.
10) Kitchen by Food Rebel
Kitchen by Food Rebel began when Elika Mather grew increasingly frustrated by the lack of healthy food options in Singapore. The 40-seater café on Stanley Street caters not only to vegans and vegetarians, but to athletes, clean-meat lovers and those who have food intolerances. Furthermore, their menu features hearty and wholesome meals with something for everyone.