The ketogenic diet, often known as the keto diet, calls for a diet high in fat, low in carbohydrates, and moderate in protein. More recently, it has gained a lot of popularity worldwide. Slowly, more and more people are adopting a keto lifestyle, while more restaurants are starting to incorporate keto-friendly dishes on their menu.

When carbs are replaced with fats, your body enters a state of ketosis and starts using fat as fuel. Though it’s lovely for individuals trying to lose weight, the linked health advantages — lower blood sugar and insulin levels — are even more significant. You can check out more about the keto diet benefits on this website.

Some may have a perception that keto-friendly meals entails a restrictive diet, since carbohydrates are replaced with lipids (fats). This means that foods like bread, pasta, pizza and most kinds of desserts are off limits.

However, heres our roundup of the best keto restaurants in Singapore that challenges the definition of a keto meal, reinventing carbs-loaded dishes such as pizzas and bread into its keto variation.

1. Sofi Café Pizza

Beef Lasagna

If you had to give up pizza, you’d rather go hungry, right? With this in mind, thankfully, Sofi Café Pizza is the keto diet-friendly solution to all of our Italian food desires.

When searching for keto restaurants in Singapore, the last place you may think of is an award-winning Italian eatery running for over 30 years. It serves Italian keto brunch, pizza, spaghetti, dessert, and beverages all in one location.

We recommend all kinds of pizzas that start; genuinely, all are delicious in their way. For other keto Italian dishes, go for the Beef Lasagna ($32) or Handcrafted Gnocchi with Roasted Pork Belly Steak ($45). Even their Bulletproof Coffee ($8.8 for hot, $10.8 for iced) is keto!

You can bring non-keto pals as you enjoy your wonderful Italian low-carb meal because they also have vegan and organic menus.

Sofi Café Pizza

Location: 33 Erskine Rd, The Scarlet Hotel, Ground Floor Singapore 069333

2. The Living Cafe

Pesto Zoodles, which is not only keto-friendly, but also raw, gluten-free and vegan. Photo: The Living Cafe

The Living Cafe serves a variety of nutritious plant-based cuisine along with lean white meat and fish for the non-vegetarian clientele. You can be reassured you’re getting healthy ingredients in every dish you eat at this restaurant because their menu is devoid of dairy, red meat, preservatives, and processed sugar.

The cafe’s advances as a well-liked plant-based restaurant have propelled it to the top of Singapore’s lists of healthy places. They are known for serving exquisite and nourishing raw and plant-based cuisine.

Moreover, The Living Cafe doesn’t just offer services. It also encourages you to embrace a sensible eating philosophy. It is taking artificial additives, preservatives, and refined sugar out of your diet, for instance. What is more incredible? They emphasize raw foods and produce sourced sustainably, demonstrating their consideration for the environment.

We recommend Zucchini Lasagna ($21), Pesto Zoodles ($18), and Vegan Keto Bowl ($19).

The Living Cafe

Location: 779 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269758

3. Afterglow

Raw Mixed Berries Cheesecake, part of Mandai's recent wildlife food trail menu
Raw Mixed Berries Cheesecake (not keto), part of Mandai’s recent wildlife food trail menu

The reputation of Afterglow as Singapore’s top plant-based eatery is well-deserved. Indeed, Singapore’s natural beauty is highlighted by its high-quality, locally sourced foods. In addition, many of Afterglow’s recipes are keto-friendly since they are free of refined sugar.

Located at Chinatown, they are committed to farm-to-table service, using of colour, creativity, and originality in food presentation to demonstrate how delicious and alluring healthy cuisine can be. While they might not offer meat fixes, they compensate for it by providing a wide variety of superfoods.

More significantly, they concentrate on a keto-friendly menu that includes appetisers, entrées, and desserts, as noted on the menu. Our top picks are their Kimchi Avo Rolls ($15),

This restaurant increases its imaginative and environmentally friendly cuisine to fulfill your requests, as the demography for clean eating is rapidly expanding.

Afterglow

Location: 24 Keong Saik Road #01-01, Singapore 089131

4. The Daily Cut

Photo: The Daily Cut

The Daily Cut may be Singapore’s most flexible low-carb menu with countless keto-friendly combinations, as you can create your customised salad bowl.

This salad bar, which is only available at Raffles Place and Tanjong Pagar, should not be missed. Additionally, they are renowned for serving a large amount of protein, which is even better for gym buffs.

Here’s how you order.

  • First, pick the size of your bowl and the protein of your choosing
  • Add some whole vegetables
  • Finally, choose from a variety of nutrient-rich grains like quinoa

Build your bowl with proteins, veggies, grains, vegetarian-friendly tofu, and protein-packed meats like Sirloin steak. Add toppings of extra healthy foods like quinoa and avocado to your orders to bulk them. For your protein, you can select from a variety of chicken, fish, steak, and lamb selections. For your healthy plant-based fats, delicious options include avocado, almonds, and olive oil.

The best part is that they change their menu frequently, featuring only the best ingredients of the season. For autumn, opt for roasted pumpkin and eggplants for a warm and comforting bowl. Each bowl starts from $10.5.

The Daily Cut

Location: Multiple locations

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*This is a guest post written by Etramping, in partnership with Plan Ketogenic

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