By Trinity Sun
- March 19, 2021

The Hunt for Singapore's Best Sustainable Food

Wine and Dine . Singapore

This March, grab a friend and embark on a gastronomic yet Earth-friendly food trail around Singapore. Journey across the island to savour a variety of delicious, healthy and sustainable dishes at over 100 dining outlets, as Ecosperity’s #ARecipeForChange partners up with some of your favourite restaurants to bring you seasonal specials with a sustainable twist.

 Alternative Proteins with a side of nostalgia

Recreate the memory of eating these familiar dishes with a sustainable twist. Using alternative meat and plant-based ingredients, these restaurants serve up your childhood favourites while keeping to the original taste of the dish itself!

Town Restaurant And The Courtyard’s Thai-Style OmniMeat Kueh Pie Tee

Thai-Style OmniMeat Kueh Pie Tee
Thai-Style OmniMeat Kueh Pie Tee | © Ecosperity

If you’re a lover of Kueh Pie Tee, you won’t want to miss The Courtyard’s spin on this traditional dish. Made using a plant-based meat alternative, handpicked Thai basil from the Fullerton farm and locally grown long beans and lettuce, there’s so much to love about this sustainable dish! 

Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178

Opening Hours: Monday–Saturday  7.30am–10.30am

Sunday  7.30am–10.30am, 12.30–3.30pm


The 1925 Brewing Co.’s Vegan Dumplings 

vegan dumplings
Vegan Dumplings with a sustainable twist | © Ecosperity

Try something new with The 1925 Brewing Co’s Vegan Dumplings, which remixes your favourite traditional dish with Phuture plant-based meat, garlic chives, fermented garlic, and shallots for flavour — with peach gum to create textures of fat, served with a light emulsion of vegetable based broth and coriander oil. The result? Every bit as good as the original, if not more!

Address: 261 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427515

Opening Hours: Tuesday–Sunday  12pm–10.30pm


White Restaurant’s Ecosperity Meatless Yam Roll

meatless yam roll
Meatless Yam Roll | © Ecosperity

Remember eating Yam Rolls at Chinese restaurants? You can now try it meatless at White Restaurant! Dig into a meticulously hand-rolled yam roll with plant-based mince, crunchy water chestnut, yam, celery, mushrooms, wrapped in crispy beancurd skin. We guarantee you‘ll enjoy this scrumptious snack! 

Address: Islandwide, with an outlet at Suntec City, 3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-131 Fountain Court, Singapore 038983

Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday  11am–9.30pm


Creative concoctions

Feeling a little adventurous? With a little innovation and creativity, these restaurants turn their food waste into a gastronomic hit. You can make your own sustainable dishes out of food waste too — the only limit is your imagination! 

Budhaveg’s Vegan Vegetable Peels Curcur Fritters

Vegan Vegetable Peels Curcur Fritters
Vegan Vegetable Peels Curcur Fritters | © Ecosperity

Thinking of ordering in? Budhaveg’s Vegan Vegetable Peels Curcur Fritters are a great mid-afternoon snack! The dish creatively transforms food scraps like carrot peels, radish peels and wild yam vegetables into crispy golden fritters drizzled with homemade kicap manis and thai sweet chilli. You’ll be asking for seconds in no time!


Green Common’s Happy Beef Hor Fun

happy beef hor fun
Happy Beef Hor Fun | © Ecosperity

Ever heard of Unlimeat? It’s the secret ingredient to Green Common’s Happy Beef Hor Fun! The Korean sliced beef alternative is every bit as flavourful and delicious, and served with a generous portion of hor fun! There’s nothing better than enjoying a delicious meal and helping to reduce its environmental footprint at the same time.

Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-169/170, Singapore 098585

Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday  11am–2pm, 6pm–10pm


Jamie’s Italian’s Tuna Fusilli 

tuna fusilli
Tuna Fusilli | © Ecosperity

Using the tuna trimmings from the restaurant’s ala carte dish, they’re turned into a sumptuous tuna ragu. Served with tomato sauce, capers, garlic and cinnamon tossed with homemade fusilli, parsley and lemon zest top off this delectable dish. It’s a unique and delicious way of transforming the restaurant’s food waste, and satisfying your food cravings!

Address: 583 Orchard Road, #01-01/04, Singapore 238884

Opening Hours: Monday–Friday  11:30am–2:30pm, 5:30pm–9:30pm

Saturday–Sunday  11:30am–9:30pm


Crowd Favourites

Taste the freshness of these beloved dishes with locally sourced produce! Carefully grown, harvested and served with freshness and quality in mind, you’ll be delighted by these crowd favourites.

Penang Culture’s Steamed Hong Kong Style Grouper 

steamed grouper
Steamed Grouper Hong Kong Style | © Ecosperity

Experience the farm-to-table taste at Penang Culture and enjoy its locally farmed groupers from Apollo Marine Seafood. With no antibiotics or growth hormones used and not exposed to any open sea contamination, you’ll be assured of the freshness of the fish, just the way you like it! You can choose to have it fried or steamed, depending on your preference.

Address: Islandwide, with an outlet at Vivo City, #B2-23E, 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 095585

Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday  11am–10pm


The Real Peranakan’s Ecosperity Stir Fried Ladies Finger

Stir-fried Ladies Finger
Stir-fried Ladies Finger | © Ecosperity

Cultivated with organic compost and free of pesticides, The Real Peranakan’s Ecosperity Stir Fried Ladies Finger is a healthy and sustainable dish. Stir fried to perfection and sprinkled with dried shrimps, the end result is a crunchy delight that brings out its natural flavour. For the spice-lovers, you can choose to go with a spicier option!

Address: 73 Hillcrest Road, Singapore 288945

Opening Hours: Tuesday–Sunday  11am–10pm

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Every little bit counts towards saving the Earth, and we can do our part for the environment by enjoying delicious sustainable meals with the same taste!


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