Our recent family trip to Singapore with the kids has been absolutely epic! Toni and I had the pleasure of visiting this incredible city 5 years ago, but that was before our family transition to a healthier vegan lifestyle. We already knew that this awesome little island was a true foodie paradise. However, this time we had to experience the vegan version of Singapore : ) And since all four of us (especially our two monkeys) are HUGE fans of vegan burgers, we decided to explore the best places for healthy, nutritious and guilt-free vegan burgers in Singapore.
To be honest, we have our personal ranking of delicious vegan burgers, and Singapore haven’t disappointed us at all : ) During our 4-day trip, we were happy to visit the Top 4 places for vegan burgers in Singapore. Needless to say, it was an amazing experience. Let’s take a peek!
1. Vegan Burgers in Singapore: VeganBurg
If you are heading to Singapore and you’re vegan or vegetarian, VeganBurg should be on your bucket list for sure! We were so lucky that our Airbnb was located close to this healthy fast-food gem. VeganBurg impressed us with a lovely decor and an amazing selection of 100 % plant-based burgers. We tried three different burgers from the menu and we couldn’t decide which one was the best : ) I have to add that the prices were pretty reasonable too. You can buy burgers from 7.90 $ to 10.90 $, and amazingly delicious fries from 3,90 $ to 7.90 $. Drinks start from 2.80 $ to 5.80 $.
VeganBurg’s GMO free plant-protein patties are made of soya beans and mushrooms. Their burgers are packed with farm fresh greens and veggies, and they also have super yummy egg and diary-free mayonnaise and dressings. Their fries are absolutely fantastic too! We tried Creamy garlic fries, 6.90 $ (crispy fries drizzled with dairy-free and cholesterol-free garlic mayo and topped with minced garlic). Yum-yum!
My choice was Avocado Beetroot Burger (9,90 $), which included avocado pate, beetroot, crispy GMO-free plant-protein patty, fresh lettuce, Aussie onion, creole tomato and artisan bun. It was sooo delicious!
Our two monkeys absolutely adored the high-protein kids’ mini meal (8,80 $). Crispy slider topped with creamy vegan mayo and fresh lettuce, served with a sampling of crispy Seaweed Fries & Sizzlin’ Broccoli, pops, franks, and a drink. Such a good option for families with kids!
44 Jalan Eunos
11.30 am – 10.00 pm
2. Vegan Burgers in Singapore: nomVnom
If you’re hunting for the best vegan burgers in Singapore, nomVnom is a must visit! In fact, here we were blessed with the most flavorful and delicious vegan burgers we’ve ever tasted so far : ) nomVnom is a vegan fast food heaven that serves a total of 22 amazing vegan burgers. Their patties are made of potato, mushrooms, mixed vegetables or soy, and their homemade burger buns are made of all-natural ingredients. The prices here are absolutely reasonable too. The burgers start from 6,9 $ to 14, 90 $, and their fries are from 3,90 $ to 5,90 $. nomVnom also serves vegan pasta (10,90 $), salads ( 4,90 $ – 5, 90 $), vegan soups (4,90 $ – 5, 90 $) and amazing vegan ice cream.
Toni ordered a combo meal with Umi Teriyaki Burger (seaweed soya patty, Japanese teriyaki sauce, shimeiji mushroom, lettuce) + Mixed sweet potato fries & Nom Nom salad and I got a Beetroot Hummus Burger, which turned out the best vegan burger I have tasted in my life!
Speaking of fries, I have to admit that they were heavenly delicious! We were pleasantly surprised that this fast food chain had sweet potato fries. We all loved to prepare sweet potato wedges at home, which are much more healthier than the classic version of fries.
My Beetroot Hummus Burger (8.90 $) was made with an incredibly tasty vegan mushroom patty, homemade hummus, beetroot, tomato and lettuce. Ah, I’m still dreaming of this gorgeous vegan deliciousness! My kind of comfort food : )
The kiddos decided to indulge them selves with vegan Bolognese pasta (10.90 $), which they rated 10 out of 10 : ) Organic durum wheat penne, homemade bolognese sauce, black olives, vegan sausages, organic pea sprouts, basil and nutritional yeast… Wow! I tasted this heaven and it deserved its high rating for sure : )
nomVnom – Clarke Quay Outlet
6 Eu Tong Sen Street
#B1-44, Singapore 0591817
Daily 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
3. Vegan Burgers in Singapore: Real Food
Real Food was another pleasant surprise in this amazing foodie paradise. According to our research for the best places for vegan burgers in Singapore, we decided to visit Real Food South Beach and it was all worth it! We found a cozy little gem in the heart of the city with a good selection of healthy vegan & vegetarian dishes. The food, the lovely decor and the beautiful and relaxed vibes made our lunch such a great experience. The service was fantastic too. Real Food is a little bit more expensive than VeganBurg and nomVnom, however the place is a must visit during your stay in Singapore.
Real Food South Beach serves two vegan burger options with a choice of two sides. Portobello Burger (14,80 $) includes battered portobello mushroom, seasoned with herbs and stacked with fresh greens and organic vegan mayo. And Lentil Quinoa Coquette Burger (13,80 $) is prepared with handmade patty, made from roasted walnuts, mushrooms, quinoa, oregano and Himalayan lentils, stacked with fresh greens, homemade tomato sauce and vegan mayo.
We ordered Lentil Quinoa Coquette Burger along with a small fresh salad and yummy potato wedges. The burger tasted simply fantastic! And we have to admit it had the most delicious burger bun so far.
Since I was craving fresh raw veggies, I ordered the Classic Green Salad (8,50 $ / fresh greens with boiled beans, olives, cherry tomatoes, baby radishes, dehydrated vegetables and avocado slices, topped with roasted nuts and vegan Parmesan). It was nutritious and soo delicious! The kids tried a simple vegan pizza, which was fabulous too.
Real Food South Beach
26 Beach Road
South Beach Tower
Monday – Sunday
10.00 am – 9.00 pm
4. Vegan Burgers in Singapore: Café Salivation
If you’re heading to Little India in Singapore, Café Salivation is the right place for a healthy and delicious vegan lunch/dinner. Located just right next to Farrer Park MRT station on the North-East Line, this cozy little place was the first Western Vegetarian Café to be opened in Little India, back in 2008. Café Salivation offers a great variety of mostly Western and Mediterranean vegan & vegetarian meals, with a slight Indian influence. Here you will find plenty of salads, soups, rice dishes, pizzas, pastas, lasagna, Mexican food and BURGERS of course : ) Most of the dishes are vegetarian, but they can be easily modified to become vegan.
Café Salivation offers 5 vegetarian burgers choices, 4 of which can be done totally vegan by excluding the cheese. We ordered Chickpea & Brown rice burger (11 $), which in fact was one of the best sellers here. M-m-m, the chickpea and brown rice patty was fabulously tasty!
We also decided to try the Mexican food here and ordered Black Bean Tostadas ($16.00), which was a crisp tortilla piled generously with black beans, green chill peppers, lettuce and salsa. I absolutely loved it. The kids wanted to try Roasted red pepper macaroni (12 $ / macaroni dish flavored with red peppers, tomatoes and herbs), but unfortunately it was extremely spicy for them. Toni and I are huge lovers of spicy food, but I must admit that it was difficult even for us to eat it. Thankfully, the waiter (I’m not sure if that was actually the owner) was extremely kind and offered us to order another dishes for the kiddos instead of the spicy macaroni. So, we had two more fantastic Chickpea & Brown rice burgers and two happy monkeys as well : )
176 Race Course Road
Monday – Sunday
10.00 am – 10.30 pm
Well, guys, during our fantastic 4-day trip we explored the best 4 places for vegan burgers in Singapore. What a great experience! Of course, there are many more incredible places to be visited next time… Do you, guys have any suggestions for some other healthy vegan food spots in Singapore? We’ll be more than happy to share them with us in the comment section below : ) We all are completely in LOVE with Singapore and we can’t wait to explore this awesome city again!
Lots of LOVE,
Gerry & Tofobo Family
Photo credit: Tofobo Family