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Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Queenstown


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A photo of Original Sin restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Queenstown
Dear diners, please note that indoor or outdoor seating is subject to availability. Thank you! Legend has it that Eve didn’t pluck an apple from the tree of knowledge, share it with Adam and let loose a Pandora’s box of evil upon the world, but that she actually committed the rather righteous act of heading up to Holland Village’s Original Sin, with her Edenic partner in tow, to order up a smorgasbord of divine Mediterranean food, unleashing instead a culinary voyage of Odyssean proportions. This fruitful Mediterranean restaurant tucked down Jalan Merah Saga at Chip Bee Gardens is all about guilt-free, healthy dining with dishes made from ethically-sourced ingredients, putting the good back into Singapore’s crowded restaurant scene.
A photo of Zaffron Kitchen Westgate restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Queenstown
Having been voted 'Best Indian Restaurant 2013', 'Best Asian Restaurant 2014' by the Restaurant Association of Singapore and awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2016- 2019 and 2021, Zaffron Kitchen serves an excellent mix of northern, southern and local Singaporean Indian food. And trust us, there’s nothing quite as savoury as the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of India's finest fare. That's why Zaffron are serving up everything Indian, made with only the freshest ingredients and the purest spices to tempt your belly. We cannot recommend Zaffron Kitchen Star Vista highly enough. All you have to do is book and head to Jurong East. Please note that tandoori dishes & breads are not available on Saturdays and Sundays between 4pm and 5pm.
A photo of Rang Mahal - Fine Dining Indian Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Kembangan
Rang Mahal Fine Dining Indian Restaurant Singapore is an award-winning space within the illustrious Pan Pacific Hotel in Marina Bay. Dining here is a true sensory experience and you can expect an elegant and refined restaurant with a menu brimming with dishes that are simply packed with unique flavour combinations. With stylish furnishings that compliment what’s on offer perfectly, this Singapore Indian restaurant is home to signature specialties, classics you know and love and a particularly delicious gourmet buffet selection for lunch.
A photo of Green Ba - TripleOne Somerset restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Somerset
Green Ba - TripleOne Somerset is a gem in the realm of Asian cuisine, strategically located in the heart of Somerset. The restaurant offers a vast selection of foods which guests have praised for their generous portion sizes. The service is also highly spoken of, suggesting a pleasing dining experience. Importantly, Green Ba offers a balanced mix of vegetarian and meat options, catering to various dietary preferences. As asserted by a satisfied diner, it's a "great choice of food" with commendable service, making it a must-visit for lovers of Asian gastronomy.
A photo of The Curry Culture - Cuppage Terrace restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Somerset
The Curry Culture at Cuppage Terrace in Singapore is passionately serving authentic Indian cuisine to locals, skillfully combining both the traditional and modern flavours of India. The chefs at this restaurant have a deep love for good food and you can see that reflected on a menu full of vegetarian, fish, seafood and meat specialities. The homemade dishes include chaat starters, flavour-rich tandoori platters and various curries. You’ll find The Curry Culture located at the end of Cuppage Road, just off Orchard Road in Singapore. Alongside a laid back atmosphere and top-quality service, customers can expect a spacious restaurant and charming al fresco terrace dining. So, if you’re after an Indian feast and a place to gather with family or friends in Orchard, book a table at The Curry Culture today! Advance reservations are highly recommended.
A photo of Samy's Curry Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Tanglin
Samy’s Curry Restaurant in Singapore was started by head chef Mr M Veersasamy back in the 1960s and hasn’t looked back since. Located on Dempsey Road in Dempsey, Samy’s Curry Restaurant is still a family run business that provides locals with top quality authentic Indian food that captures the hearts – and stomachs – of everyone who tries it. Especially the award-winning fish head curry. Each dish is made with the freshest ingredients ensuring that every mouthful bursts with flavour. So if you’re in the mood to spice up your life and want a place you can bring friends, the family or a special someone then you want a table at Samy’s Curry Restaurant. Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Afterglow restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Chinatown
Afterglow in Singapore serves up a fantastic range of vegan and vegetarian dishes that aren’t just good for you, but also good for the environment. Dedicated to creating dishes made exclusively from fresh and local produce, Afterglow is putting the sexy back in veggie. With a keen focus on farm-to-table dining and sustainable sourcing of ingredients, there’s a lot to love about this Keong Saik eatery. They even run community programs to help educate locals on just how good it can be to green. So don’t delay, grab some friends or the family and head on over to Keong Saik Road in Singapore and give Afterglow a try. You won’t regret it. Please also note, final orders are taken at 9.15pm.
A photo of Mustard restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Farrer Park
Mustard is Singapore’s first and only Bengali and Punjabi restaurants, which is reason enough in itself to dine here. But then there’s the food, which is fresh, authentic, and makes a meal here absolutely essential. Some of our favourite dishes on the menu include the Punjabi chana masala, the Bengali doi dharos (lady’s finger cooked with raisins and yoghurt), or the Punjabi spiced eggplant roasted in a clay oven and then sautéed with onions and tomatoes. You’ll find Mustard on Race Course Road in Little India where it’s definitely a good idea to arrive having made a reservation in advance, as the Indian food here is some of the best in the area.
A photo of Khansama Tandoori Village restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Queenstown
Singapore’s locals are slowly coming round to Indian food. Often an afterthought in a city which enjoys a wealth of excellent pan-Asian restaurants, Khansama Tandoori Village in Kent Ridge’s Science Park is starting to change perceptions of Indian curry in the city. Science Park Drive might seem an unlikely spot for an excellent restaurant to hide, but it is a testament to the strength of the cooking at Khansama Tandoori Village that diners are flocking there from town anyway. Dear guests, please note that bookings taking place from Monday to Friday between 12:00 to 15:00 are not eligible for the $13.90 buffet.
A photo of Tandoori Culture - HillV2 restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Vegetarian • Bukit Batok
Tucked away in the modern Shopping Complex HillV2 on Upper Bukit Timah Road, the Indian restaurant Tandoori Culture treats hungry shoppers to a mouthwatering array of curries and other specialities from the land of colours. Bring a hearty appetite and tolerance for spice and you are in for a treat.
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