10 New Salad Shops In Singapore – Eat Green, Eat Clean

10 New Salad Shops In Singapore – Eat Green, Eat Clean
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Since I am kind of on a diet (difficult for a food blogger) and was eating A LOT of salad while detoxing, I had new found love for salad bars.

Diet, detox, eat healthy, juice cleanse, jian fei… these are the buzz words during the earlier months of the year when the motivation to lose weight is still high, and a New Year Resolution to tick off.

Having more greens is great way to fight the flab, and it helps that there are more and more salad bars from CBD to Tai Seng which provide convenience, freshness, better taste and variety. (Read: 10 Best Salad Shops in Singapore

WHEAT
One Raffles Place, #B1-32 (Raffles Place MRT) Tel: +65 64433391
Opening Hours: 9am – 9pm (Mon-Sun)

Other branch: Asia Square Tower 1 Food Garden. 8 Marina View, #02-02. Tel: +65 65350277.
Opening Hours: 10am – 8:30pm (Mon-Fri), Closed Weekends

WHEAT, previously known as Wheat Baumkuchen, has reopened at the basement of One Raffles Place. This remains the favourite of many lunch time crowd goers, who praise their healthy sets of soba noodles, brown set sets and salads. They also offer Shirataki Noodles, which gained some traction in Singapore for having low calorie (almost close to zero) and no carb.

The Daily Cut
1 Raffles Place, #B1-31, One Raffles Place Singapore 048616 (Raffles Place MRT)
Opening Hours: 11am – 2:30pm, 6pm – 8:30pm (Mon-Fri), 11am-3:30pm (Sat-Sun)

Next to WHEAT is The Daily Cut, a favourite among gym goers and office executives. (You can tell, very tight office wear. Muscles getting bigger, or bought undersized attire?) You get protein rich salads. Choose your meats from sirloin steak, turkey breast, chicken thigh and salmon. Top it up with a sous vide egg. Slightly pricey though, from $12 onwards for a regular salad. (You may also want to check The Rabbit Hole upstairs)

Meat and Green
84 Circular Road Singapore 049436 (Boat Quay, Raffles Place MRT)
Opening Hours: 11am-9pm (Mon-Sat)

Not exactly new, but I think Meat and Green deserves a mention for its inventive variety of salads and wraps. Priced between $10 and $12, there are local inspired items such as Chicken “rice” (no rice, but there is still the chilli and garlic), Pulled Pork Bakutteh, Beef Curry and Lamb Vindaloo. Spicy and fun!

Guac & Go
32 Maxwell Road, #01-08 Singapore 069115
Tel: +65 62212117
Opening Hours: 9am-7:30pm (Mon-Fri), 10am – 7pm (Sat-Sun)

Detox, cold-pressed juices, salads, smoothies, wraps. Guac & Go at the Maxwell Chambers has them all. Oh, plus cold-brewed coffee. Salads, nachos and wraps incorporate fresh guacamole made to order from avocados, with choices of original, mango or spicy guacamole. (Read: Guac & Go Maxwell Chambers)

Squash Juice, Salads & Wraps
6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #B1-26, The Central, Singapore 059817
Opening Hours: 10am-9pm (Mon-Sat), 10am-6pm (Sun)

The basement of Clarke Quay Central is completely revamped (looks like mega food court now). Squash’s salads are very affordable, considering how expensive salads can get, at $5.90! The owners gave salads an Asian theme spin such as Rojak (serious), Roast Beef Kimchi, Chicken Bulgogi, and Spicy Thai Prawns. Juice cleanse programmes are also available, also one of the cheapest available in town (good or not, I don’t now yet.)

Green Rabbit
181 Orchard Road (Orchard Central) B2-06, Singapore 238896 (Somerset MRT)
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon-Sun)

Well hidden in the basement of Orchard Central, there are some of the usual selection along with the interesting sounding Thai-inspired Tom Yummy ($9.90), Mona Laska ($9.90) and Chilli Crabby ($8.90). The shop also sells sweet crepes. One healthy, the other… a guilty treat.

Green Dot
60 Paya Lebar Road #02-15/16/17 Paya Lebar Square Singapore 409051 (Paya Lebar MRT)
Tel: +65 67022221
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm

A vegetarian restaurant. Choose 4 toppings (even the prawns you see are vegetarian) served on a bed of lettuce for $6.50. The service here is friendly and more ‘heartland’. Bento sets, noodles, mushroom pots and desserts are also available.


(Photo: @Stormscape Nicholas Tan)

SWAG
1 Irving Place, The Commerze #01-26, Singapore 369546 (Tai Seng MRT)
Opening Hours: 11am – 8pm (Mon-Fri)

DIY salads, wraps And greens. At Tai Seng. Signature salads include Seafood Galore – calamari and cajun prawns with sambalnaise dressing ($9.90), Salmonlicious – smoked salmon with wasabi miso dressing ($9.90), Shiok Tuna ($8.90) and Greek Apple ($7.90).


(Photo: @Stormscape Nicholas Tan)

Round 8
1 Irving Place, The Commerze #01-26, Singapore 369546 (Tai Seng MRT)
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 7:30pm

Who would expect 2 salad shops side by side at industrial area Tai Seng? Round 8 serves salads, tortilla wraps, savoury non-dairy soups, and cold pressed juices. Try the chicky chix with truffle mayo sauce.

Spinacas
195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace #01-55
Tel: +65 9770 7039
Opening Hours: Delivery/Pick-up 10:30am-1pm, 5pm-7pm (Mon- Fri)

Not a bar, but a salad delivery service. Spinacas offer 5 meat options and 2 vegetarian options with fixed salad base using locally sourced produce daily.

Orders have to be placed 24 hours ahead and are delivered from 10:30am to 1pm, and 5pm to 7pm from Mondays to Fridays. Customers can also pick up their salads from the commercial kitchen in Pearl’s Hill Terrace. The minimum order is $30 and delivery is free. Delivery to desk.

Signature items include BBQ Pulled Pork, Moroccan Spiced Chicken, Home-made Pork Balls, and Vegetarian Ratatouille.

There are many other new salad bars. The Rabbit Hole (One Raffles Place), Saladicious (Shaw House Food Republic), Shinkansen (Raffles Place Ocean Financial Centre), Foodology Fresh (The URA Centre), Salad Works (JEM), Salad Monster (Shenton Way), The Crowded Bowl (Republic Poly) were in my radar.

Any new Salad Places you know about?

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10 Best Salad Shops in Singapore
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Comments

  1. How about greenbites at chinatown? http://greenbitessalad.com.sg/locate-us/

  2. Green Rabbit has the potential to become big in Singapore, it just seems to have the right kind of brand. Their salads/crepes have good names too.

  3. Jia you on your detoxing endeavours – it must be really difficult for you (+ it is CNY period)!

  4. Hi there! Is there any salad buffets to recommend?

  5. What about Krazy Salads Bar @ Toa Payoh?

    • Prefer GREEN CROFT @ 1 Fusionopolis Place Galaxis buliding @One North Mrt
      Great salads !Tasty plus healthy too….check it out.

  6. If Daily Cut’s price point is too high, you can check out Omnivore.

    Very very similar selections, larger portions and cheaper!
    A regular bowl goes for $9.90.

    30 Raffles Place
    Chevron House, Basement 1
    S039803
    10am – 8pm

    Cheers!

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