Food – Salads & Health Food


Cook Mee by WHEAT - Dry Tossed Ramen At Raffles Exchange. Can Be A Little Too “Healthy”

Cook Mee is WHEAT’s latest venture in the CBD at Raffles Exchange. It offers a different variety from their current line-up of Japanese-inspired and low calorie soba noodle, brown rice and salad sets. Most of WHEAT’s outlets are conveniently located within the CBD to cater to the working crowd. Not to be confused with Love Mee at Suntec City, or the recipe book from The Sunday Times, Cook Mee specialises in Dry Tossed Ramen and Rice bowls, all priced at $9.90 nett. I appreciated the simplicity and fuss-free payment process using a single $10 note, relatively short preparation time,......

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Tokyo Chopped Salad – 1st Japanese Chopped Salad Shop In Singapore, Opened By Teppei

Tokyo Chopped Salad – 1st Japanese Chopped Salad Shop In Singapore, Opened By Teppei

Tokyo Chopped Salad at Millenia Walk is Singapore’s 1st Japanese chopped salad concept store. The person who developed this salad brand is a familiar name – Chef Teppei Yamashita, who is also behind Teppei Japanese Restaurant, Teppei Syokudo, and Man Man Unagi Restaurant. All considered rather successful. The Japanese...

January 11, 2017
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Plentyfull - Grain Bowls, Modern Brasserie, Patisserie and Grocer All In One Place

Plentyfull – Grain Bowls, Modern Brasserie, Patisserie and Grocer All In One Place

Plentyfull is a promising space. A dual-concept restaurant at Millenia Walk – grain bowls and salads during lunch, Western-Asian dishes during dinner. It also incorporates a patisserie, and retail gourmet section managed by Little Farms – from which the restaurant obtains some of its ingredients. A key point to...

September 19, 2016
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