Veganuary might be over, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to go back to your old carnivorous ways. A food challenge that originated from the United Kingdoms, Veganuary challenges the masses to go a full month without eggs or dairy. This means a diet that only comprises of vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and seeds.

One whole month void of meat can be a tough challenge for many. But what’s stopping you from going vegan every now and then? Here are five restaurants where you can get vegan food in Singapore.

1. Go vegan at home with HAPPIEE!

Going vegan doesn’t have to be bland. Here is how you can easily incorporate flavour-packed “meat” in your homemade vegan meals.

HAPPIEE! is your go-to brand for accessible and affordable plant-based seafood and meat.

Cast aside your doubts about plant-based meat, because HAPPIEE! products don’t compromise on taste and texture. Best-seller products such as Chickiee Popcorn and Fishiee Sticks, made from soy and konjac, will leave you craving more.

Here’s a way for you to eat what you love, all while saving the planet!


2. Bangkok Jam

Vegan Claypot Vermicelli. Photo: HAPPIIEE!

Bangkok Jam is helmed by a dedicated Thai culinary team. 

Since they first opened in 2007, their menu has undergone massive change, incorporating a series of international favourites with authentic Thai food.

Get a taste of popular Thai dishes, but in their vegan form. Their Coconut Tom Yum Soup ($12.9), Claypot Vermicelli ($14.9) and Pineapple Fried Rice ($13.9) can be ordered vegan. Traditional meat ingredients are replaced with HAPPIEE!’s plant-based squid and prawns. 

Bangkok Jam has multiple branches: Plaza Singapura, Marina Square, and Great World City.

Bangkok Jam

3. Ola Beach Club

Prawniee & Squidiee Pasta. Photo: HAPPIEE!

Looking for a place to eat after a day out at Sentosa?

Ola Beach Club, a Hawaiian-themed restaurant, offers a handful of vegan dishes, such Ola Beach Club’s signature HAPPIEE! Prawniee and Squidiee Pasta ($18) — the perfect pairing for your day out at the beach.

Love poke? Try it with button mushrooms instead of the usual salmon or tuna. Their Wild Mushroom Poke ($22) offers the same meaty flavours with marinated button mushrooms, topped with green onions, maui onions and pomegranate. Meanwhile, the Crispy Chicken ($24) uses plant-based chicken and king oyster mushroom.

For the kids, you can order the Chicken Cutlet ($18), for a serving of crispy plant-based chicken, a side of fries, and a choice of juice.

Ola Beach Club

Location: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, 099005
Tel: +65 8028 3228
Opening hours:  

Mon-Thu: 9am-9pm
Friday: 10am-10pm
Saturday: 9am-10pm
Sunday: 9am-9pm

4. nomVnom

If you’re looking for a wide variety of vegan food, you’ll be delighted to know that nomVnom only serves vegan food. nomVnom strives to provide mouth-watering vegan fast food. 

Their menu comprises burgers, pizzas, pastas, udon, and rice bowls. Spoilt for choice? Their burger buns, made freshly in-house, are perfectly fluffy. The patties are either made in-house, or imported from OmniMeat.

Choose from 19 unconventional burgers: the Lion Mane Truffle ($10.9), Beetroot Hummus ($9.9), Nom Nom Rendang ($10.9), and many more. 

Enjoy mouth-watering modern takes on vegan food with menu items such as Assam Satay Chickless Burger and Zalmon Fried Rice featuring HAPPIEE’s Chickiee Patty and Salmoniee Flakes. 

nomVnom has outlets in Tai Seng, Woodlands, and Clarke Quay 


5. Afterglow

Tofu Cream Cheese. Photo: Afterglow

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.

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.


Location: 24 Keong Saik Road #01-01, Singapore 089131
Tel: +65 6224 8921
Opening hours: 12-10pm

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