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The 5 Best Vegetarian Restaurants for Your Money  

Who doesn’t want to eat healthy, right? Problem is, the effort and time required to make delicious vegetarian dishes often outweighs its benefits. So what’s a diet-conscious busy person to do? Well, go to restaurants of course.

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When it comes to delicious vegetable fare, there’s never a shortage in Singapore – and they’re quite affordable too! Here are 5 of the best we’ve found in the country.

  1. Gokul

What if you’re an ardent vegetarian but your friends or your boyfriend are die-hard meat-lovers? At Gokul, that won’t be an issue as the restaurants use mock-meats that taste just like the real thing. They have an extensive 500-item menu of vegetable dishes as well as traditional “meat dishes” like chicken curry and mutton biryani.

  1. Fill-a-Pita

For those who favour Middle Eastern flavours, Fill-a-Pita is the place for you. This resto offers arguably the best authentic falafel in town. (Their hummus is pretty great too!) The place is ideal for vegans as all dishes are free from egg, dairy and other animal products. Plus, all orders are served with a smile.

  1. Komala Vilas

Love dosai? Well, Komala Vilas have delicious masala dosai and cone dosai, plus over 40 other kinds of the dish. Giving customers the best value for their money, they also have a rice meal, which for only $7.20 already has raita, appalam, payasam, dhal, kulambu, sambar, thairu, rasam, pickles and three vegetables. The restaurant specializes on South Indian cuisine and offers customers to customise their orders.

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  1. Veggie Cottage

Veggie Cottage offers a mix of local and Western cuisine. On their menu are local favourites like laksa, claypot tofu, nasi lemak, veggie chicken rice, as well as popular Western fare like spaghetti Bolognese and fish and chips. This restaurant is unique for their homey, café-like atmosphere, providing customers with leisurely dining. The Veggie Cottage is 100% vegan, even using soy milk for all its milk-based drinks.

  1. Zen Fut Sai Kai

Serving vegetarian dishes even before the diet became popular in the country, Zen Fut Sai Kai sure knows how to make excellent meals, especially for Chinese vegetarians. Their best-seller is the mushroom wanton, which features crispy, aromatic filling made of mock meat and mushrooms. This restaurant is also known for favouring Buddhist vegetarians both with its menu and interior décor.

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