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Mr Farmer

There are a few branches of this health oriented cafe around Tokyo. While not entirely vegetarian, they do have plenty of veggie and vegan options, and some gluten free choices too. They have curry, burgers, desserts etc. Its slightly expensive but pretty average for this kind of food in Tokyo, quality is good and it has a nice buzz / atmosphere.

More branches listed at eat-walk.com

Omotesando
Daily 09:00 – 20:00

Shinjuku
Daily 09:00 – 23:00

Green Kitchen Bali

Amazing Balinese cooking class with local Jero Nyoman, in sidemen, Ubud. After a stop at Klungkung Market, we got a tour of Jero’s farm and selected some veggies to cook with. The open air kitchen looks over the surrounding farms under huts, with wood fire stoves. Jero is very laid back and will guide you through cooking various meals like curry, corn fritters, soup, tempeh and black rice pudding! Some basic preparation was done of preparing and cutting some of the veggies, but we continued to slice, chop, grind, boil and cook all of the dishes, including making coconut oil from fresh grated coconut! Every dish was delicious, I think the corn fritters were our fave.

Make sure to Book ahead and request Vegan option, you need at least 2 people for the class to run, and the class menu will be decided by the first to book.

380K IDR with pickup from Ubud
pickup 08:00 return around 15:00

Living Cafe & Deli

Living Cafe is a great cafe with lots of Raw, Vegan and Gluten-Free options! It is not entirely vegetarian but the range on offer is pretty good. The vegan tofu burger and wedges were great and they have a few v-g-f cakes too! The staff weren’t all that knowledgeable on item specifics but they are friendly and happy enough to check with the chef. The cafe has a chilled atmosphere with a lot of space and light.

Take a bus from Botanic Gardens MRT, or its a 30min walk from there.

Mon – Thurs 11:00 ~ 19:00
Fri 11:00 ~ 22:00
Sat 09:00 ~ 22:00
Sun 09:00 ~ 20:00

Popaganda, Vegan Ice Pops

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Popganda are a brand of Vegan Ice Pops, made from fruit, coconut water and agave nectar. They are a little pricy at S$4-5 each, but you get what you pay for, fresh natural ingredients. They are tasty too, and come in a few flavors like Blood Red Orange, Coconut, Choc Banana, and Lemon.

Sometimes you can spot their carts around town, else they are stocked in various stores and restaurants, including Real Food and Eat Organic.

There is a full stockist list on their website popaganda.com.sg however it doesn’t seem to be up-to-date so you might want to call ahead.

Tutu Kueh

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Like coconut, peanut, sugar and rice? Try some Tutu Kueh! This traditional, vegan, Singaporean treat, is like a steamed rice cookie cake. Basically, they take glutinous rice flour, stuff it with either dessicated coconut or crushed peanuts, press it into a flower-cookie-like shape, and steam it for a couple of minutes. It is then served fresh and hot, on top of a square of pandan leaf. So it’s also gluten-free!

You can find Tutu Kueh in various spots around Singapore, particularly during festivals and at markets. Usually about $2.20 for 5 and made to order so its super fresh!