Top 10 Places to Eat Clean in Singapore
2014-09-25
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Dreaming of that bikini or ripped body but never able to resist oily and fatty food? Thankfully, guilt-free and healthier alternatives are aplenty out there. And they taste good too! Fix that junky diet with these 10 cafes, salad bars and restaurants serving delicious clean eats to keep you full without that dreaded food coma. 1. Afterglow by Anglow
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Promising fresh and wholesome food, Afterglow focuses on raw food that works for your body. This popular café is a big hit with not only vegans and vegetarians, but with everyone else. From Deconstructed Sushi Bowl ($16) (served with brown instead of white rice) to Raw Zucchini Linguine ($16), one will not be short-changed with their wide range of vegan dishes at reasonable prices. Afterglow by Anglow, 24 Keong Saik Road s089131 Image credits: Afterglow by Anglow 2. Real Food
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This value-for-money vegan joint serves high quality ingredients with a laid back, casual dining style. With fluffy cushion seats and shelves filled with books, you will feel right at home here. Some popular dishes include Genovese Pesto Pasta ($10) and the Original Strawberries and Banana Pancakes ($10). The Pesto Pasta is the biggest hit among the customers, with its fresh ingredients and good mix of textures, you will polish this plate of goodness easily. Real Food, The Central, 6 Eu Tong St #B1-52 s059817 Image credits: OpenRicer, jiaksimipng 3. Sufood
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Proven a big hit in Taiwan, Sufood is now gaining its popularity here in Singapore. This meat-less dining concept is breaking grounds, with beautiful and innovative dishes which are delicious as well. For just $25++, patrons can enjoy a filling 8-course meal, skilfully prepared and beautifully plated. Dishes such as the Baked Potato Al Funghi and Wild Mushroom Charcoal Tagliatelle are very popular in this vegetarian restaurant. Sufood, Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road #02-19 s179103 Image credits: Sufood 4. GAEST
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This Scandinavian joint serves up Nordic-style salads and sandwiches which are fresh and irresistible. With a relaxed café setting, GAEST is situated conveniently at Raffles Place. Have your brunch here and try their Watermelon and Quinoa Salad ($14) which is highly sought after by regular patrons. You can enjoy your salads and sandwiches in a comfortable and laid-back outdoor seating that is perfect for brunch dates or a catch up with your friends. GAEST, The Clift, 21 McCallum St #01-01 s069047 Image credits: Gaest 5. Toss & Turn
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This customizable salad bar has grown its loyal customer base over the past year, with 15-25 minute queue lines during peak lunch hours. Patrons can choose between standard salads and sandwiches or build their own perfect salads. For $7-$10 for a salad, it could be steep to some; however, it is well worth your money. With protein choices such as Smoked Salmon, Sautéed Mushrooms or Roasted Chicken, generous servings of these will be given together with condiments and other vegetables of your choice. From other add-ons such as Edamame and Broccoli, Toss & Turn definitely takes it a step higher with tasty dressings such as the Plum Sesame Sauce. Toss & Turn, ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn #B4-55 s238801 Image Credits: Toss & Turn 6. The Living Café
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Using mostly organic ingredients, The Living Café provides dishes that are both healthy and nutritious. Their Hand-Cut Potato Wedges ($4) are inexpensive and a healthier alternative to the conventional deep-fried fries that are drenched in trans-fat oil. They also serve exciting mains such as the TLC Cheese Burger ($12) (which only uses organic and raw ingredients – no red meat) and the Mexican-Inspired Raw Taco Boats ($12). However, the highlight of the café is their delectable range of desserts. Raw Blueberry Cheesecake ($9) to Raw German Chocolate Cake ($9), vegan foodies will flock to The Living Café for their amazing desserts. The Living Café, 779 Bukit Timah Road s269758 Image Credits: The Living Café 7. The Lawn
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Still need your chicken, fish and other proteins? The Lawn will be the perfect place for you to visit. With their Create-Your-Own Salad menu ($10), patrons are able to choose between two bases, Olive Rice or Salad Box. With protein grill choices like Char-Grilled Garlic Prawns and Aceto Balsamico Beef Cuts, one will be spoiled for choice. Grilled meats and seafood are prepared on the spot by the chef to ensure freshness and quality. The Lawn, Nanos, 31 Biopolis Way #01-07 s138869 Image credits: The Lawn 8. Shinkansen
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Japanese-style take-away food chain, Shinkansen, serves freshly prepared meal bowls that are perfect for busy individuals. With 3 outlets in Singapore to-date, their personalised Nippon-style sushi or salad bowls are a healthy and tasty option. Named after the Japanese bullet train, the bowls of fresh food reminds us of the kind that busy commuters of the Japan would get before they hop on the train to work. The efficiency of their service does not compensate the quality of their food. Shinkansen, Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay #B1-08 s049315 Image credits: Shinkansen 9. VeganBurg®
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This vegan fast food joint serves up wholesome food that contains no trans-fat or excessive salt. Instead, they only use organic wholemeal grains, raw sugar, and natural sea salt and distilled water. If all this does not sound appealing to you taste-wise, you will be surprised to know that these vegan burgers are so well-received that VeganBurg® has now 4 outlets island-wide. Some popular choices are the Cracked Pepper Mayo ($6) and the Hawaiian Pineapple ($7). The Cracked Pepper Mayo burger is a big hit with its organic ciabatta bread bun which consists of walnuts, sunflower and pumpkin seeds. Its patty is made of soy and filled with creamy mayonnaise that enhances the taste of the burger. A fuss free and healthy meal, visit VeganBurg® for a guilt-free fast food experience. VeganBurg®, 44 Jalan Eunos s419502 Image Credits: VeganBurg® 10. Wheat Baumkuchen
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If you can't ditch carbs, Wheat Baumkuchen is here to save your waist. Their concoctions of healthy soba nooodles or brown rice topped with savoury proteins will give you that well balanced meal you need. With quirky and fun names like Penguin, Whale and Reindeer, you can choose between 9 different soba noodle sets and be spoilt for choice. Delicious with a $8-$9 price range, one can expect quality food that is prepared with healthy ingredients. They also serve various rice dishes and salads such as the Beef Tataki Salad ($8). Tasty food for the health-conscious, Wheat Baumkuchen is a must try for their generous portions. Wheat Baumkuchen, One Raffles Place, 1 Raffles Place, #B1-15 s048616 Image credits: Wheat Baumkuchen Text by Cheryl Ann Chong See Also: Find restaurants that serve clean, organic food as their staple Check out here for a list of our Editor's pick
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OpenRice SG Editor
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