Singapore’s Superfoods! – Eating Clean in the Green City
Who ever said eating healthy had to be boring? Say goodbye to all your boring fad diets and say hello to all the amazing healthy food options Singapore has to offer! Craving seafood? We have freshly prepared Poke bowls. Want something a little sweet? Try the wonders of refreshing Acai Berry mixes. Choices here are so great and you’ll have no problem at all sticking to that healthier eating diet! We share with you some of the delicious options you can try that will help you get back into shape.
Amoy Street | 92 Amoy Street Singapore 069911
Marina Bay | 8A Marina Boulevard, #B2-46 Singapore 018984
Amoy Street | Mon-Sat: 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – Late
Marina Bay | Mon – Fri: 11.30am – 8pm
You might be more familiar with the popular Japanese raw seafood dish known as Chirashi Don. Poké bowls are similar to this Japanese counterpart but its origins (and taste) are vastly different! Poké first originated from Hawaii and eventually caught waves within the U.S. Since then, this superfood became widely popular with health-conscious eaters.
At its core, Poké bowls are essentially raw fish rice bowls. Additional ingredients include vegetables like onions and scallions, sesame seeds and a variety of sauces. The raw fish ingredients are also marinated in a variety of sauces. At Aloha Poké, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to customizing your own bowl. From choosing tuna or salmon to choosing sauces like Wasabi Mayo or spicy, these poké bowls almost seem like a guilty pleasure. Check out more of their menu promotions down here!
Location: 32 Seah St, Singapore 188388
Hours: Mon – Fri: 9.30am – 9.30pm | Sat-Sun: 9am – 6pm
Ever wondered what all those super-fit Ninjas had for lunch? We think Ninja Cut might have the answer.
Ninja Cut serves up delicious Japanese inspired meals in bowls that aim to fill you up the healthy way. The freshest ingredients are used to prepare the filling bowls of Salmon or Tuna Poké and you get to choose your own bases like soba noodles or brown rice. (Did we mention avocado sides too?) If you’re craving something a little sweeter, you definitely have to try their Matcha inspired hotcakes. Also, if you love your breakfast like us, you’ll be glad to know they also serve an all-day brunch menu!
Holland Village – 27 Lorong Liput, Holland Village, 277738
Takashimaya – 391 Orchard Road #B2-32A Takashimaya, Ngee Ann City, 238872
Holland Village | Mon-Sun: 11.30am – 10pm
Takashimaya | Mon-Sun: 11am – 9.30pm
Another food that enjoys its status as a superfood, Acai is the new trendy ingredient that has been the popular choice for many. Acai berries are a berrylike fruit harvested from Acai palm trees native to the regions of South and Central America. Not only is it a great ingredient, it is also power packed with vitamins and antioxidants!
The folks over at Project Acai seem to use this ingredient particular well. Project Acai serves a bowls and smoothies using acai berries as its core ingredient. If you’re new to the taste of acai berries, the original flower bowl is a great way to try it out. You can choose from sizes of handy, medium or large, depending on the intensity of your hunger pangs. They also have smoothies that comprise of a blend of acai berries and various ingredients. If you’re looking for a unique healthy addition to your diet, this is a great place to start.
The Daily Cut.
Location: One Raffles Place Shopping Mall, Galaxis @ Fusionopolis, Tanjong Pagar Centre
Hours: Varies by location
Lean mean proteins. The Daily Cut is every bodybuilder’s dream. The Daily Cut is a unique eatery that offers customizable clean eating meals. The concept is simple: You choose from a variety of ingredients to be put together and it is packaged into a wholesome meal. There is a wide range of ingredients that you can choose from and they are also clearly categorized as proteins, carbs, supplements, toppings and dressings. With the Daily Cut, you no longer have to deal with the hassles of meal prep.
Location: Capital Tower, City Link Mall, Marina Bay Financial Centre & many others.
Hours: Varies by location
Sometimes, you just can’t go wrong with salads. As the largest healthy food chain across Asia, Salad Stop! is a great choice to for those seeking a dedicated salad eatery in Singapore. With many stores around Singapore, it is highly accessible and convenient to most working areas, making it a great go-to place for a healthy lunch! We also love Salad Stop! for its simplicity.
For a great price, you get a hassle-free experience to pick and choose all your favourite ingredients to build your own salad mix. Can’t decide? They also have numerous tried and tested signature salads to choose from! For more on Salad Stop’s location and hours, you can check out their site!
138 Market St, #01-01/02/03 CapitaGreen, 048946
100AM Mall – #01-03/04, 100 Tras Street, 079027
Hours: Mon – Fri: 8am – 8pm | Sat-Sun: 11am – 8pm (100AM Mall)
Grain Traders is not your average health food joint. They handpick the freshest and best ingredients to create tantalizing bowls that will not only whet your appetite but also ensure you’re eating right. Their motto, feeding people right, is something that they’re certainly doing right. With signature bowls like Upstream – a salmon infused bowl, you’ll keep coming back for more. For the caffeine lovers, you also have to try their unique blend of cold brews!