Where to start your health kick in Sai Kung

healthy restaurants, Sai Kung
A roundup of the best healthy dining restaurants in town


As Sai Kung’s first fully plant-based restaurant, 2084 offers a unique twist of traditional Asian-inspired tapas including pan-fried momos and Peking oyster mushroom wraps. Along with more hearty mains such as vegan tacos and curries.

The Conservatory

Specialising in Mediterranean cuisine, The Conservatory is the perfect place for a light lunch, with a selection of salads, tapas and dips. The alfresco restaurant offers a unique light lunch menu each week offering healthy alternatives to its classic a la carte menu items.

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Little Cove Espresso 

As one of Sai Kung’s most popular independent cafes, Little Cove Espresso is the perfect spot for a late breakfast or early lunch. The spacious cafe is well-known for its brunches, salads and smoothie bowls, so except to queue on weekends.


The Bakso flagship store takes on a simple design and serves delectable Indonesian cuisine with a healthy twist. The restaurant serves up a range of classic Indonesian dishes including beef bone soup and grilled pork, along with a selection of deep-fried dishes cooked in coconut oil to give diners a healthy alternative when they are craving something crunchy. 


Breezy seaside restaurant Momentai is the perfect spot to chill out after a long day out and about. The restaurant caters to everyone’s tastes with a large variety of vegetarian options including Omnipork quesadillas, slow cooked jackfruit and lentil daal.

Ali Oli Bakery & Cafe

With a history of over 25 years, this quaint bakery serves treats including sandwiches, pastries and cakes, all available with gluten-free and wheat-free options. If you fancy trying your hand at baking the cafe also offers a variety of baking mixes and flours that include gluten-free alternatives.


While SingaLings is not a fully plant-based restaurant, it offers a wide range of vegan dishes on its menu. Light bites including avocado on Turkish toast, soy yoghurt muesli, tofu scramble and a plant-based pizza, to satisfy your cravings without the guilt. For those with a sweet tooth, the restaurant also offers a variety of vegan desserts including a gluten-free chocolate mud cake.

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