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Eat better: Plant-based eating options

Plant-based diets are more popular than ever before. Whether you choose to be completely vegetarian or vegan, or simply reduce meat intake, the evidence is clear that eating lots of vegetables and fruit is good for you. It can help lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and certain types of cancer, and provide your body with essential vitamins and minerals. Scoffing a bag of potato crisps doesn’t count however, it’s all about balance. Here’s our list of places for delicious plant-based meals to get you started.

Hong Kong


Billing itself as a conscious dining venue, Moxie steers you towards eating more healthily and sustainably without forcing you to be vegetarian. The menu, which changes regularly, features a range of plant-based and seafood dishes that might include Hokkaido scallops with chayote and green curry, or a crisp and meaty brik made with Karana jackfruit. Desserts are excellent, with the pavlova a standout.

Green Common  

Green Common is a pioneer in bringing a wide variety of plant-based and responsibly sourced groceries and produce to Hong Kong. With more than 10 outlets around the city, getting hold of oat milks, vegan cheese and meat substitutes such as Omnipork is easy. Ready to heat and eat soups, dumplings and noodles are also available to go.

Ho Chi Minh City


With its lotus pond and garden courtyard, Hum is an oasis of calm in bustling Ho Chi Minh City. Its creative and extensive menu spans hot and cold Asian and Western vegetarian dishes, prepared on site without MSG. Try its signature salads, which might be made with green papaya, fresh figs, roasted butternut squash, banana blossom, wing beans, burrata, or pomelo.


Vegan café and bakery Zeroism is a model of wholesomeness, from its 100% plant-based menu through to its environmentally friendly, zero-waste practices. Its breakfast bowls, cold-pressed juices, sourdough banh mi, soups and salads, and desserts all contain zero preservatives and refined sugars. The on-site store has a selection of local and imported groceries to go.


Komala Vilas

When it comes to flavour-packed vegetarian food, it’s hard to beat Indian cuisine. Among the best places to enjoy it is at Komala Vilas, a Singapore heritage brand that has been going strong since 1947. Adding to the enjoyment is that meals are served on a banana leaf, and includes flaky roti bread, spice-laden briyani rice, and pancake-like dosais with curry and condiments.

Open Farm Community

Occupying 35,000 sq ft of urban farmland in central Singapore is Open Farm Community. Instead of telling you what you can and can’t eat, diners are encouraged to think about their relationship with food and to eat better. There are plenty of plant-based dishes, but also sustainably sourced seafood and beef. Gardening, cooking and eco workshops are held on-site regularly.

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