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Whole Earth: The Only Vegetarian Peranakan-Thai Restaurant In Singapore

5th January 2024

Whole Earth is a Michelin Bib Gourmand eatery in Tanjong Pagar

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If you’re keen to explore plant-based dining but don’t know where to start, Whole Earth is the place for you. Established in 2003, Whole Earth is Singapore’s first and only Peranakan-Thai plant-based restaurant. Their meatless offerings have earned them the Michelin Bib Gourmand, which they have held every year since 2016━that’s no easy feat! You can find them conveniently located just a stone’s throw away from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station.

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Start with a perennial classic, Thai Sweet and Sour Delight ($19++). This dish features deep-fried soya-based “meat” and pineapples, stir-fried in a refreshing tangy sauce. The “meat” is described as having a crisp exterior and a chewy texture that’s similar to pork. 

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A standout dish is their Crispy Golden Oats ($18++), which boasts a flavourful cereal topping  enhanced with aromatic curry leaves and chilli padi. Many reviewers like this dish for the tofu’s crispy exterior paired with its silky-smooth insides.

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For a nourishing option, a must-order is the bestselling Enchanted Forest ($25++), featuring Monkey Head mushroom, which is said to help boost your immunity, and broccoli topped with wolfberries, generously blanketed in a dang gui gravy. 

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Don’t miss out on the rich and creamy Penang Rendang ($23++), a crowd favourite that comes highly recommended. This dish comprises shiitake mushrooms slow-cooked with Peranakan-style dry curry.

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If your meal isn’t complete without rice, pair your dishes with Whole Earth’s Signature Olive Rice ($10++/$15++), where you can even opt for a brown rice alternative with a top up of $1++. For those craving something spicier, the Signature X.O. Rice ($14++/$20++) and Thai Tom Yam Rice ($10++/$15++) are great options too.

For more plant-based eateries, check out our guide to the best vegan restaurants in Singapore. Otherwise, head to Tracy Juice Culture nearby for their affordable and unique meat-free fare with dishes such as fruit juice curry udon and more.

Address: 76 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079331
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10pm
Tel: 6221 6583
Whole Earth is not halal-certified but uses no pork or lard.

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Feature image adapted from @eatsnapsg, @delightful.vegan, and @kopikosonggirl.

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