5 Top Places For A Healthy, Clean Food Fix 

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Fuel up and feel good with Singapore’s latest body-loving eateries 

By Nora May

Grain Traders

If you want bowls of goodness guaranteed to fill your stomach and your soul, here’s your spot. This 100AM outlet of Grain Traders opened last year, and just like its CapitaGreen sibling, it’s welcoming, buzzy, offers seated dining and takeaway, and makes you feel good just being there. Hit yourself up with one of their six signature Hero Bowls ($16) like The Beebop – a cracking medley of pulled pork shoulder, furikake corn, crudities slaw and mixed bean Pico de Gallo on brown rice. Alternatively, #mixeatlove your own concoctions with seared marinated tuna, grilled striploin steak, lentils patty and endless hot and cold veggies, toppings and sauces. Naturally, the grain offerings are epic. You want Japanese rice, brown rice, quinoa, bulgar wheat, soba noodles or super greens? You got them!

www.grain-traders.com 100 Tras Street,#01-03/4, 100AM Mall

Plentyfull

Plenty by name, plenty by nature, this day-to-night patisserie/ brasserie/grocer has a whole lot to give thanks to the ingredients which come directly from Plentyfull’s in-house farming collective, Little Farms. For lunch there’s a grab ‘n’ go buffet-style spread. For $17 you choose your base (leaves, broken wheat or risoni), one protein like Beef Meatballs in Tomato Fondue or Gratinated Miso Cauliflower, and add two sides – think maple & bacon Brussels sprouts, green lentil stew or roasted Kin Tan Farm mushrooms. Come evening, Plentyfull transforms into a restaurant serving Thai Roasted Chicken with Garlic and Cilantro ($26), Pure Black Natural Angus Strip Steak ($36) and House-Smoked Mussels on Toast ($24). You can also buy food from the gourmet grocer which serves as the surrounding décor for this industrial-feel food haven.

www.plentyfull.com. 9 Raffles Boulevard, #02-08, Millenia Walk. Tel: +65 6493 2997

Haakon

Serving superfoods from Norway and championing ‘clean nutrition’, you’ll find acai and pitaya superbowls, smorrebrod sandwiches (dense rye bread), smoothies, freshly pressed juices (their plant-based ‘almond mylk’ is a vegan-friendly option) and premium Norwegian salmon. And this is not just any kind of salmon. This stuff comes straight from the fjords, meaning it’s super-fresh and bursting with nutrients. Perfect for the calorie conscious, each dish leaves processed sugars and hidden junk behind, providing plates that come with a sustainable release of energy, nourishment and taste. For a zing try the Vegan Bowl of avocado, beetroot, hummus, edamame and quinoa ($10.90). Feeling fruity? The Acai Viking Protein Bowl, comprising whey protein, almonds, strawberries and mango mixed with a chocolate blend ($7.90), will steal your heart. Btw, it’s pronounced  ‘haw-coon’.

www.haakon.com.sg Haakon@Raffles, 118 Holland Avenue,#01-03, Holland V Tel: +65 8399 2450

Kitchen by Food Rebel

A Food Rebel understands the impact that food has on the body, which makes founder and health coach, Elika Mather, the winning woman behind this Telok Ayer must-visit. From the delicious Super-Food Salad, ($17), hormone-free Chicken Sliders with Chilli and Caramelised Onion ($13) to the Buckwheat Porridge with Cashew Butter ($11), all the food, salads and dressings are made from scratch and free of preservatives. Everything potentially bad for you is good for you here; the Zoodle Bolognese ($18) swaps carbs with raw zucchini noodles and the Sustainable Barramundi with Asian Sesame Greens ($21) fills you up without causing a post-eating slump. Think it can’t get better? There’s a stellar selection of white and red wines from French boutique wineries who operate organic and biodynamic farming ($12 per glass). We’ll drink to that!

www.foodrebelsg.com 28 Stanley Street. Tel:+65 6224 7088 

The Daily Cut

For treats without the guilt, The Daily Cut salad bar is quite simply, a cut above. Taking us on a ‘nutritional journey’, everything is prepped and cooked on site and the dishes on offer allow you to be super-strict with your diet. Whether you want clean-eats, protein-packed or Paleo, vegetarian or vegan, decide on ‘petite’ ($9) to ’x-large’ boxes ($18) and pick your proteins, carbs, supplements and toppings. Ingredients range from tofu, tilapia, rib-eye steak, salmon, egg white, baby spinach, zucchini, avocado, coconuts and almonds, and come drizzled with one of nine dressings (ginger-pinzu to honey-curry). Dine in, take out or order a delivery post-workout for extra happy-body points.

www.thedailycut.sg Tajong Pagar Centre 7, Wallich Street, #B2-16. Tel: +65 6386 6160 

 

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