Today is the first day since I started the #Veganuary challenge, where I had to attend a FULL DAY event with Benefit Cosmetics.
Without my creature comforts (my kitchen), the supermarkets around me, the stores I knew would have the Vegan food options I enjoyed, I was worried about finding vegan-friendly options even though I knew that the lovely ladies of Benefit had already prepared a lovely vegan burger for me after the day’s fun and games were through.
I was both excited to have a day of fun at Adventure Cove Sentosa, and terrified, because…
WHAT WOULD I EAT IF I GOT HUNGRY?!
I knew I had to pack my lunch, since I was told that we had to arrive at 1230pm thereabouts. So as I had to meet my dear friend Munah at Somerset 313, I headed to the only place I knew there that served Vegan options!
I love Haakon for the same reasons I love ‘The Daily Cut‘ and ‘Grain Traders‘; the healthy options! And they’re all delicious too! Check out my feature on ‘The Daily Cut‘, to see how you can stay full for longer on a Vegan diet, without having to sacrifice on taste!
When Munah and I arrived, it was into the changing room, and straight to getting to know the ‘Pore-fect Hydrate Pore-fessional Primer‘!
And before we knew it…
It’s DINNER TIME!
You know what…
It tasted SO GOOD!
I’m actually surprised that Adventure Cove Sentosa had a Vegan option for a main meal, as well as vegan spring roll side dishes for their Vegan/Vegetarian patrons and guests!
Sure, this was ‘carbicide’, but I am thoroughly impressed at how many establishments now have Vegan-friendly options available because of the growing needs and requests by people who are keen on more environmentally friendly food options!
Check in tomorrow for a very special fine dining double-date experience at Japanese restaurant ‘Rizu’ at Duxton Hill, where we enjoyed a 9-course Omakase dinner with Zenos’ best friend Ming and his girlfriend Tanya.
This is a special feature because I will share with you dishes from both the Vegan and the regular Omakase menu, which has some drool-worthy Japanese delicacies like Wagyu and Uni (sea urchin), so you and your Vegan friends can dine together!