Plant-based dishes made with Hoshay
Whether you’re trying to go vegetarian or consume less meat, here’s something worth checking out. Homegrown food manufacturer Hoshay has collaborated with various dining establishments across the island, bringing to you delicious plant-based and meat-free delights packed with plant protein. We’ve curated a list of 10 food places to head to!
1. Tonichi Tsukemen
You don’t have to miss out on your ramen fix even if you’re going meat-free. Ramen restaurant Tonichi Tsukemen has a lineup of vegetarian-friendly mains and sides that feature Hoshay’s range of products. Enjoy the Veggie Tsukemen with Plant-based Unagi (from $15.50++): cold handmade noodles topped with tamago and a slab of teriyaki-glazed ‘unagi’ that’s charred like the real deal. This hearty dish also comes with a side of broth that’s thick and flavourful. Alternatively, go for the Plant-based Unagi Don ($10.90++) if you prefer rice.
For a delicious side worth sharing, order the Plant-based Chicken Kaarage (from $10.95++). This crispy fried ‘chicken’ is made of tofu skin , and seasoned with a secret blend of herbs and spices.
Address: 20 Cross Street, #01-01, Singapore 048442
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11am to 3pm, 4:30pm to 8pm
Tel: 8322 1570
Tonichi Tsukemen is not a halal-certified eatery.
2. Ola Beach Club
Beach goers can also try the plant-based unagi at Ola Beach Club; there’s a Unagi Poke Bowl ($20++) that stars the same ‘unagi’, made of textured vegetable protein, glazed with a sweet teriyaki sauce, and topped with seaweed. If pasta is your go-to, try the Tomato Meatball Pasta ($15++), a kid-friendly dish comprising spaghetti, chunky mushroom balls, and a house-made tomato-based sauce with garlic and herbs.
There’s also Plant-Based Fried Chicken ($15++) paired with a creamy mustard mayo sauce for dipping.
Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 10am to 9pm, Fri 10am to 10pm, Sat 9am to 10pm, Sun 9am to 9pm
Tel: 8189 6601
Ola Beach Club is not a halal-certified eatery.
3. Hinode Sake Bar & Grill
Hinode Sake Bar and Grill is a casual Japanese bar in Chinatown well-loved for its delicious yet affordable maki platters, yakitori items, and hearty dons. The resto has also recently introduced a few plant-based dishes on the menu, including the soy-based Hoshay Crispy Fried Chicken ($7.90+) and Plant-based Teriyaki Unagi ($9.80+), perfect for sharing if you’re visiting with vegan friends.
For something more substantial, get the Unagi Don ($10.80+), which features short-grain rice paired with Hoshay’s signature plant-based unagi: a tofu-and-seaweed slab doused in a sweet teriyaki glaze, topped with sesame seeds.
Address: 12 Sago Street, Singapore 059014
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 8183 2845
Hinode Sake Bar & Grill is not a halal-certified eatery.
Healthy meal prep service Fitthree has added an all-new Teriyaki Mushroom Patty ($13.40) to their menu, so subscribers can look forward to trying out this plant-based item. It features a thick mushroom-based patty in a teriyaki sauce, seaweed strips, and chopped spring onions to cut through the ‘meaty’ flavour. Accompanied with rice, mixed veggies, shiitake mushrooms, and edamame with corn, this meal also comes with a sous vide egg and pickled ginger on the side.
Delivery costs $3.50 with a minimum order of three meals. If you’re new to Fitthree, check out how their delivery service works.
FITTHREE is not a halal-certified eatery.
5. Q-WA Bar & Yakitori
Easties can visit Q-WA Bar & Yakitori, a cosy izakaya-themed gastrobar perfect for small get-togethers. Here you’ll find the same plant-based Crispy Fried Chicken ($12.90++) and Teriyaki Unagi ($12.90++) from Hoshay. The latter is soft and juicy with a layer of seaweed for added umami. Each side is complete with a side salad to cut through the richness.
Don’t miss their array of skewers, too. There are meatless options such as shiitake ($2.90++), sweet corn ($6.80++), and asparagus ($3.60++).
Address: 39 East Coast Road, Singapore 428756
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5pm to 12am, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5pm to 12am
Tel: 6348 9938
Q-WA Bar & Yakitori is not a halal-certified eatery.
6. Lean Bento
Lean Bento specialises in delicious and convenient halal-certified bentos that are delivered to your doorstep with a minimum spend of $25.
Dive straight into their Mushroom Ball Rice Bento ($15.90), available in a range of flavours including Satay and Sweet & Sour. This hearty meal comprises Hoshay’s plant-based mushroom meatballs on top of low-carb butterfly pea flower rice, served with a side of veggies, sambal peanuts, and seasoned chickpeas for added protein. If noodles are your go-to carb, try the Unagi Noodle Bento ($16.90), which stars a slab of meatless “unagi” glazed with a vegan teriyaki sauce
Lean Bento is a halal-certified service.
Homegrown chain Jollibean is known for their delicious snacks and healthy soy milk-based beverages that feature premium soy beans from Canada. They have also rolled out a Tomato Mushroom Meatball ($9.90) meal, available for takeaway across all outlets islandwide. This low-carb dish comprises Hoshay’s plant-based shiitake mushroom meatballs, paired with a meatless tomato sauce.
Dabao this meat-free meal when you’re pressed for time and get those good nutrients in! Packed with plant protein, this hearty and healthy dish is great for those looking for a light yet satisfying meal.
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Jollibean is not a halal-certified eatery.
Dine in the gardens at Canopy, an all-day dining restaurant nestled in Bishan Park. Surrounded by lush greenery, the breezy restaurant has both indoor seating and a spacious alfresco area that’s also pet-friendly. Start with the Hoshay Crispy Fried Chicken ($15++): battered soy-based bites perfect for sharing. Alternatively, go for the Hoshay Tomato Mushroom Meatballs ($15++), served with a tangy tomato-based sauce.
For mains, the Hoshay Mushroom Burger ($25++) features a hefty mushroom patty slathered with a rich truffle mayo, juicy mushroom slices, and fresh greens, tucked between two fluffy sesame buns, and served with skinny fries on the side.
Address: 1382 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 Bishan Park 2, Singapore 569931
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am to 12am, Sat-Sun 8am to 12am
Tel: 6556 1533
9. The Plant Food
Vegans and vegetarians have another dining option to add on to their list: The Plant Food at Thomson V Two, which is a convenient three-minute walk from Upper Thomson MRT Station. This cosy and casual vegetarian cafe serves hearty meat-free dishes in generous portions, including the newly added Plant-based Unagi Don ($12.90): Hoshay charred unagi with edamame, purple cabbage, lettuce, and cherry tomatoes, served on a bed of brown rice.
Another option is the Plant-Based Hamburg Steak ($12.90), which spotlights a mushroom patty with house-made tonkatsu sauce atop a bed of brown rice, accompanied by tender Japanese pumpkin chunks, cherry tomato, and shredded cabbage in an addictive wafu dressing.
Address: 11 Sin Ming Road, Singapore 575629
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 8:30pm, Fri-Sun 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8725 2982
10. Old School Delights
Old School Delights is a popular cafe serving delicious local fare in a retro-themed setting. Here you’ll find the Plant-based Nasi Lemak ($12+), which cleverly incorporates Hoshay’s fried ‘chicken’ for a crispy and savoury bite, sans meat. The dish also comes with house-made tauhu goreng—fried tau kwa drenched in a peanut sauce—roasted peanuts, sweet sambal, and fragrant coconut rice, topped with a sunny-side-up egg.
Wash it all down with their signature Lime Juice ($3.90+), a refreshingly tangy beverage made with fresh lime.
Address: 8 Raffles Ave, #02-25, Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 12pm to 9pm
Tel: 6909 3507
Old School Delights is not a halal-certified eatery.
Try Hoshay’s plant-based items now
Try Hoshay’s delicious lineup of plant-based items at selected restaurants, cafes, and delivery services for a limited time only! You can also buy the products online via Shopee. For more meat-free and plant-based options, read our guide to vegetarian food in Singapore.
This post is brought to you by Hoshay.
Photos taken by Zadelin Wong.