Singapore Vegan Festival - The only guide you'll need

Finally, one to call our own! EatRoamLive brings Singapore its first Vegan Festival and you can expect more than just daily greens. Packed to the brim with a diverse selection of vegan food options from a range of different cuisines, you wouldn't want to miss this!

Broaden your palette and move past that boring salad. Veganism has been growing in popularity and it’s obvious to see why. From just a vegan diet, it has transformed into a global movement. The vegan community promotes a healthier way of life to spread awareness by being conscious of what we consume and how its production affects the world around us.

The Singapore Vegan Festival, brought to you by EatRoamLive is here to prove that living green does not need to be boring. Be surprised by vegan-inspired Indian, Japanese and even Greek food.

When and where is it happening?

On the 29th of September 2019 be prepared to bask in fabulous food at the Raffles City Convention Centre.

The hall will be lined with booths and market stalls offering great plant-based food. Getting there is pretty simple as Raffles City is located in between City Hall MRT and Esplanade MRT station. We would recommend stopping at City Hall MRT (NS25/EW13) as it is more accessible. 

Take the East-West Line (green) or North-South Line (red) and look out for the City Hall MRT (NS25/EW13) stop. Look for the Raffles City exit and you’ll just need to cross the road.

What can I expect?

Expect the unexpected; food you’d never thought could be vegan will be on show.

Get ready for a selection of almond cappuccinos, fresh organic veggies, infused olive oils, nut butters and so much more! So discover it all when you head on down to the festival! 

You can get your tickets ($12) for different time slots and programmes here

What else can I find?

Rendang Mama Vegan

Vegan epok-epok anyone? The great Singaporean staple now comes in a vegan form! Rendang Mama Vegan is the first and probably only producers of vegan curry puffs in Singapore. They also pride themselves as being the first fully plant-based Malay food business in Singapore.

Check them out on Facebook!

 

Well Dressed Salad Bar & Cafe

A vegan lifestyle cafe managed by Eight Treasures, Well Dress Salad Bar & Cafe passionately believes that ‘meatless doesn’t mean tasteless’. Be sure to try their eye-opening and belly-filling vegan creations featuring rustic vegan bakes and vegan doughnuts especially for this event!

Check out their Facebook page to learn more!

Pukka

Be pleasantly surprised by the taste of Pukka’s organic herbal teas. Their organic herbal creations are inspired by the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and artistry of nature, reflecting their knowledge of plants and love for the world.

Find out what other amazing flavours they have on their Facebook page and Website!

 

Blu Kouzina

Take a trip to Greece! Blu Kouzina brings food and love together on a plate with hearty Greek cuisine. They serve several vegan dishes in the restaurant and they’ll be showcasing some yum fare at the Singapore Vegan Festival.

Click on their Facebook page to find out more!

 

Norilicious

Be sure to try some delicious seaweed snacks courtesy of Norilicious. With flavours like Almond & Sesame and Spicy Sunflower Seeds, they’ll definitely be flying off the racks!

See what other awesome flavours they have on their Facebook page!

 

Magnum

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Everyone’s favourite ice cream brand brings dairy-free ice cream to the Singapore Vegan Festival! That’s right, crack into their signature chocolate shell made from sustainably sourced cocoa beans, and indulge in velvety pea protein ice confectionery!

Check out their Website to learn more!

 

Ministry of Balls

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MOB brings you little nuggets of wonder filled with different nut butter. Vegan and dairy-free energy boosters that fit in the palm of your hands! What’s not to love?

Check out what flavours they have on their Facebook page!

 

Roa’s Chocolate Cupcakes

Beautiful gluten-free and dairy-free chocolate cupcakes that will entice your taste buds. Roa’s desserts have been touted as ‘legitimately delicious, decadent chocolate dessert that is vegan-friendly, gluten-free and amazingly light on the calorie side’. Be sure to check them out at the Singapore Vegan Festival!

Take a look at their Facebook page!

Tempeh Culture

Arguably one of the most underrated plant-based, high-protein whole food. Tempeh is perfect for delicious meat-free meals and Tempeh Culture makes a mean batch of it. Discover what could possibly be your next go-to high-protein option with Tempeh Culture!

Check out their Facebook page and Website!

 

KROODI

Discover the amazing possibility of plant-based cheese! Nut alternatives such as cashew cheese taste great and are innovatively brilliant. Don’t just take our words for it. This is definitely a must-try!

Learn more on their Facebook page and Website!

 

So come on down and join the Singapore vegan community in sampling some of the best vegan food in Singapore.

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