Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Little India

June 12, 2018


A city tour at Singapore’s Little India gives you an opportunity to experience a glimpse of Indian cultures, art and architecture thousands of miles away from the Indian Territory. If you are on a food tour Singapore, you should visit the streets of Little India in the evening to delight your taste buds with the flavor of a wide range of Indian cuisines. Exploring the place and the various gourmet offerings may be beautifully done by going for a free walking day tour at various restaurants or local food centers. We hope the names of top vegetarian restaurants mentioned below will surely help you to understand why Little India is also called the epicenter of Indian veggie restaurants in Singapore.


AnandaBhavan Restaurant

The renowned AnandaBhavan Restaurant was opened in 1924. It is said to bethe oldest Indian veggie restaurant in Singapore. Presently, it runs two restaurants at the heart of Little India, and two others at Syed Alwi Road and Singapore Changi Airport respectively. This brand is specialized in offering South Indian, North Indian, and Indian-Chinese dishes.


Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant

Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant was once covered by Lonely Planet as one of the top vegetable restaurants in Singapore. You can enjoy a diverse range of South, North and Asian Fusion cuisines and the wonderful part of this brand is that the staffs are always involved in research and development to ensure that the customers can taste the finest recipe.


Komala Vilas Vegetarian Restaurant

Komala Vilas Vegetarian Restaurant opened its doors for the customers in 1947 and since then it has earned lots of honors for its unique vegetarian cuisines. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee HsienLoong had a dinner at Komala Vilas. You will surely be amazed to taste the famous South Indian cuisines, such as, various types of Uthappam, Dosa, Lassi and different items of Paneer.


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