After partying through the festive season, it’s time to detox and there’s no better way to do this than to go vegetarian. Clean eating and clean living are the new buzzwords of the season and we have listed here three restaurants that are doing it just right. Strictly Organic First on our list is BMS Organics Vegetarian Café that focusses on healthy eating without losing the rich and varied character of Malaysian cuisine. Offering authentic dishes that reflect an incredible range of the Eastern and Western cultural influences, each dish is prepared without using any chemical flavouring or additives and instead prepared with fresh, natural, non-GMO ingredients. Some of the creative dishes that adorn the menu are pumpkin fried brown rice, Mongolian chicken, and Honey Oyster mushrooms. Keep It Simple Next up is Simple Life, where the emphasis lies on purity of taste and nutrition. Ensuring natural ingredients with no artificial flavouring, additives, preservatives or MSG, the focus here is always on the nutritional aspects of eating. Using healthy ingredients such as brown rice, multi grains, herbs, legumes in all their dishes, Simple Life advocates that ‘a healthy diet leads to a healthy life’. The restaurant’s vegetarian nasi lemak, for example, is cooked with extra virgin coconut oil, and served with Sambal made from carrots and cabbage. Food For The Soul Last on our detox trail is Annalakshmi, a vegetarian food haven located in the Temple of Fine Arts that celebrates time honoured Indian recipes. Here you can nourish mind, body and soul with a combination of fresh produce, choice spices and herbs, and Ayurvedic cooking methods. Drawing from a rich culinary heritage, Annalakshmi offers some of the city’s finest northern and southern Indian delicacies. Here you have it, some delectably healthy ways to flush away those toxins and kick start 2016!