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Since opening in 2007, Eight Treasures has established itself as one of the best vegetarian Chinese restaurants in Singapore. The chefs use fresh produce and herbs to develop rich flavors in dishes like Braised Beancurd, Sautéed Greens and their signature Buddha Jumped Over the Wall Soup. Mock meat dishes of favorites like shark fin soup, Peking duck and pork ribs are also available. Eight Treasures is located in a beautifully restored shop-house in the heart of Chinatown and is popular for group dinners and special events. Set menus are available with festive-special dishes during the occasion of Chinese New Year.
Partnered by the Samanvay Singapore group, the Malvani Tiffin Rooms is one of the best places to come to try out some delicious South Indian delicacies. Established in the year 1924, the restaurant has become a Singapore institution. Especially popular among Indian expats, the restaurant serves purely vegetarian delicacies like Rava Idly, Sambhar Vada and Plain Dosas. You can sip on some cooling lassi or buttermilk to go along with your meal. All in all, this is a great place for a hearty family meal.
A wide range of innovative Chinese dishes sans meat, sets Lingzhi apart from other restaurants. The setting is simple, plain and pleasant. The chairs are a standard cushioned affair and the walls interspersed with several Chinese paintings and calligraphy. The menu presents light, flavorful dishes such as Spicy Hot and Sour Carrot Bisque and Japanese Mushrooms in a Potato Rösti basket. Its popular dim sum selection is delightfully tasty. In keeping with the lightness of a vegan meal, hard liquor is not served so try some beer or fruit juices instead. This restaurant is located in the famous Liat Towers and an additional branch at Far East Square.
The Corner House finds itself in a giddily idyllic location, that of the lush scenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. A historic house dating back to 1910 is where Chef Jason Tan whips up vegetarian delights with a contemporary touch. Exquisite dishes are crafted from meats and poultry, and organic tubers, roots, vines, herbs and fruits, while the wine list boasts of 600 premium labels. The Corner House stands as a fitting tribute to E J H Corner, the late Assistant Director of these gardens. An aura of quietude is palpable, divided into four corners of the house - namely the reading corner, claret corner, whispering corner and the verandah.
Original Sin is the brainchild of Michael Hadley and Marisa Bertocchi, who are credited to be the first to introduce Mediterranean cuisine to Singapore. Opened in 1997, it has been delighting diners with its fabulous Mediterranean vegetarian delights and acclaimed wine list. Their inventive fare has garnered several awards over the years, making it one of the best vegetarian restaurants in town. Beautifully done up with etched glasses, light fixtures and chic furniture, it is a nice spot to have romantic meals as well. Reservations are highly recommended.