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Well Dressed Salad Bar

Well Dressed Salad bar lets you design your own salad bowls, but they offer far more, with other tasty and healthy options, right in the heart of Chinatown. The tofu burger is my fave, with vegan (tofu) fetta cheese, there’s also curry and soba. However We first stopped at Well Dressed after spotting the vegan cakes and cute Donuts out front, (they are working on gluten-free options too!). Not everything is vegan but most items have the option. Service is also super friendly.

Close to Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, at the end of Smith Street, a short walk from Chinatown MRT Station.
Open Daily 11:00 – 22:00

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Alchemy

Raw Vegan Cafe and health shop at the top of a hotel. Main meals, salads, desserts and more. The Chia Bowl was really good, with thick melted hot chocolate to pour either in the bowl or your soy milk! And just look at that banoffee pie! :)

IDR 20-50K for meals, 40-125 for juice and smoothies.

15min walk from central ubud or short taxi ride.
Daily 07:00 ~ 21:00

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The Lawn Cafe

The Lawn Cafe is a build-your-salad cafe with a base of salad or rice, a few toppings and a dressing for S$8. From there, you can add more toppings or grills at extra cost, and there’s enough vegan options to make it worthwhile, including Portobello mushrooms, eggplant, tofu etc. The order sheet lists ingredients for the dressings so you can see exactly what is vegan too.

The portions are pretty decent, but how filling the meal is will largely depend on the ingredients you choose. Quality is good and the food is presented well in large bowls when dining in, with dressings on the side so you can add as much or little as you like.

The cafe has a modern decor, and at Biopolis there is a large seating area, both inside (with a/c) and outdoors, both under shade and in the sun. The cafe is self-service, you get a buzzer to collect your salad when it’s ready, and free water and cutlery are provided. S$8-14 depending what you pick. You can also pre-order online before you go.

The Lawn At Biopolis – 10min walk from Buona Vista / 15min from One North MRT
Mon – Fri 11:15 ~ 21:00
Sunday – 10:00 ~ 16:00

The Lawn At Shenton – 5min walk from Tanjong Pagar
Mon – Fri 10:30 ~ 21:00

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Maoz – CLOSED

Sadly closed :(

It might be an odd thing to say as a Vegan, but I was never a big fan of Falafel. Or hummus… That is, until I went to Maoz. This place instantly turned me, and I am now addicted. For under £6 you get 5 Falafel balls in either a Pita Pocket or a Salad Box (great gluten-free option), hummus, deep fried aubergine, full run at the salad bar, and a drink! They also make fresh lemon juice daily.

Seriously, I love this place. If I’m buying Lunch in Soho, 3/5 times its from here. Its very filling, very tasty, and mostly healthy. Its 90% Vegan, as they do sell Feta cheese and Egg options, the Coleslaw is also not Vegan. Supposedly everything tastes better deep fried, and their deep fried cauliflower proves it, and their chips are pretty good too.

I have brought many omnivores to this place and they all love it. Maoz also has branches in Barcelona, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam, New York and other locations in the USA.

They are open late every night, till about 2am, so they are a great place to eat if you’ve been out on the town!

Seriously, it may be “just” a falafel bar, but its one of my favourite places to eat in London. On Old Compton street in Soho, close to Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.

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