SINGAPORE - Finance analyst Tan Jia Hui, 25, is a vegetarian who used to find it difficult choosing a restaurant when dining out with meat-loving friends. She says: "My friends are not keen on vegetarian restaurants and when we dine out at a non-vegetarian restaurant, I usually end up eating salads or fries."
But now, diners like Ms Tan can enjoy a wider variety of food choices as more restaurants are finding it worth their while to cater to diners who want vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and even keto-friendly options.
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