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There are plenty of Singapore specialities: chilli crab, fish head curry, katong laksa for the seafood lovers and Peranakan-style stewed chicken, beef mie goreng and duck rice for the carnivores, and it can often be the case that the vegetarians are left behind in the dinner queue. Adam Taste in Thomson caters to the burgeoning veggie crowd in Singapore, with a restaurant designed completely with their needs in mind. That means dishes like nasi lemak curry, vegetarian hotpot and wanton soup, as well as a few Western favourites like vegetarian pizza, spaghetti and baked pasta for the delectation of plant fans. You can find Adam Taste on Sin Ming Road – that means Marymount train station, or Upper Thomson Road by car – so gather your meat-free mates together and make a move – just remember to book a table before you set off, as they can get busy on occasion.