From Singapore to Seoul and Beijing to Tokyo, Diners Are Turning to Healthy and Humane Meatless Options
For Immediate Release:
August 14, 2007
Vegetarian Cottage offers an eclectic selection of French, Italian, American, Japanese and Thai favorites--all prepared with delicious mock meats. The banana flower salad and the pan-seared 'chicken' breast with mushrooms and lime sauce are not to be missed. An array of the most tempting traditional Italian cuisine is what you'll find at Govindas. The menu hosts a variety of pizza, pasta and salads--try the vegan pizza with soy ham, the pasta with soy sausage or the mushroom salad with mock beef and you'll have no regrets.
Also ranking high on the list is the Korean Temple Cooking in
Rounding out the top 10 are Hong Kong's Hoi Sum (a favorite haunt of PETA Asia-Pacific's staff),
Why go vegetarian? One reason is for better health. Consumption of meat and other animal products has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and several types of cancer; bird flu and mad cow disease are also directly related to the meat industry. Another reason is animal suffering--pigs, chickens, goats, cows, and other animals raised and killed for food are tormented, mutilated, and terrorized throughout their lives.
"Going vegetarian is the single best thing you can do for your health, for animal welfare, and for the environment," says PETA Asia-Pacific Director
For more information and to read more about the restaurants, please visit GoVeg.com.