This story was originally published on May 25, 2021, and updated on May 12, 2022.
Vesak Day falls on May 15, and Buddhists around the world are preparing to celebrate the incredible life of Buddha. It is also the day that many Buddhists typically abstain from eating meat in order to reduce the number of animals that have to be killed for food.
This year, now that Singapore has loosened its restrictions, we can finally dine out again with family and friends to celebrate the occasion.
If you are planning to go vegetarian or vegan for this holiday, here are some plant-based restaurants and cafes that offer delicious meals for even the most ardent meat-lover.
1. Analogue Initiative
Analogue Initiative is a bar and restaurant that specialises in delectable plant-based and nutrient-dense meals, and non-alcoholic cocktails that use healthy and natural ingredients.
You can enjoy treats such as jackfruit tacos, mushroom ceviche, plant-based nuggets and pumpkin dumplings that are so good even meat-lovers will be converted.
Analogue, 30 Victoria Street, #01-31 Chijmes, Singapore 187996, +65 8518 1882,