They say that you are what you eat. But, how many of us can keep eating healthy food, terrible vegetables, and plain food? Healthy eating seems like a tough choice. However, we’re here to prove that you can eat clean.
What if we tell you that incorporating a mindful diet need not be that boring after all? We’ve found some scrumptious and clean food from all over Singapore! You will get to eat clean and appreciate wholesome natural food. Let’s get hungry!
1. Joe & the Juice’s Breakfast Club
Danish-Scandinavian inspired destination coffee and juice bar, Joe & the Juice, has become a cult favourite in 70 cities across Europe, New York, Nice, Reykjavik and South Korea.
Now available in Singapore, we too, get to enjoy an amazing combination of taste and nutrition in a cafe environment that is inviting and full of inspiration.
The menu at Joe & the Juice is designed to offer delectable alternatives to quick-fix meal options, so you can eat clean.
Our recommendation – the Breakfast Club is a cup of acai, strawberry, banana and almond milk blend topped with granola. High in protein, vitamin and full of the goodness of whole foods, this meal in a cup is bound to satisfy both the tummy and your taste buds.
Joe & The Juice
Chevron House: 30 Raffles Place, #01-35A, Singapore (039803)
Monday to Friday: 8am – 8pm
Saturday: 11am – 3pm
Quayside Isle: 31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove #01-09, Singapore (098375)
Monday to Tuesday: 8am – 8pm
Wednesday: 9am – 8pm
Thursday to Sunday: 8am – 8pm
Wisma Atria: 435 Orchard Road, #B1-56 to 59, Singapore (238877)
Monday to Friday: 8am – 10pm
Saturday to Sunday: 10am – 10pm
2. Haakon Superfoods and Juice’s Acai Bowls
Haakon Superfoods and Juice got their inspiration from the Scandinavian style of healthy living.
Believing in nourishing the body with a well-balanced diet, they have craved out a menu that includes a variety of superfood smoothies, freshly pressed juices and not forgetting our favourite – the acai bowl.
Originating from Brazil, the acai bowl has made its way to Haakon Superfoods and Juice.
Haakon’s Classic Acai Bowl consists of an organic acai blend base and is topped with coconut flakes, banana, strawberries and blueberries.
If you are looking for an authentic Brazilian experience, try the Original Rio Bowl. The organic acai and banana blend is toped with coconut, pitaya and cocoa nibs.
They are perfect as your post-workout treat.
Haakon Superfoods and Juice
Address: 118 Holland Ave, #01-03 Raffles Holland V, Singapore 278997
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday, 8am to 10pm
Price: $7.90 – $12.90 for the acai bowls
3. Red Baron’s Quinoa Nasi Goreng
An intimate standalone cafe, bakery and bar in Gillman Barracks, Red Baron is a place you should check out because it’s not the usual hustling and bustling cafe that you often visit.
It offers a laid-back and relaxing environment, so you might want to visit if you need some mindfulness from your busy life.
Something to suit the local palette – their quinoa goreng is definitely a dish that is lighter and healthier than the traditional nasi goreng.
What an interesting choice of grain to substitute the Jasmine rice that is used in the usual nasi goreng.
Address: Gillman Barracks, 45 Malan Road, Singapore 109455
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday – Wednesday, Sunday, 11am to 6pm
Thursday to Saturday, 11am to 10pm
4. A Poke Theory’s Poke Bowls
Despite being a newcomer to the food scene in Singapore, A Poke Theory has already attracted a group of loyal customers.
So, believe us when we say this is good stuff. They believe that people deserve to feed themselves better, and with fuss-free nutrition. No diets, no counting calories, just good and wholesome food so you can eat clean.
As interesting as these two words – Poke Bowl – might sound, it is essentially a raw fish salad.
At A Poke Theory, they serve fresh, marinated cuts of salmon and tuna with a base of either their Signature Sushi Rice, brown rice, lemon herb quinoa or romaine lettuce. It is then topped off with a mix of toppings such as avocadoes, roasted cashews and furikake.
Finally, a salad that isn’t boring.
A Poke Theory
Address: 27 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 06962
Weekdays – 11am to 8pm
Weekends – 11am to 4pm
Closed on Sundays
Price: Varies depending on your order
5. Lean Bento’s Chicken Breast Sausage & Protein Waffle Toast
Boasting guilt-free bento boxes under 500 calories and believing that healthy food can also taste good, Lean Bento offers a range of clean and balanced meals for everyone.
You can see from the generous amount of food in each bento – they are sure to fill you up until your next meal.
Their Chicken Breast Sausage & Protein Waffle Toast that comes with oozing melted mozzarella cheese from their brunch menu is only 367 calories.
What are you waiting for?
Address: 43 Holland Drive, Singapore 270043
Weekdays, 8am to 8pm
Weekends and Public Holidays, 9 am to 2pm
Price: From $9.95
6. WHEAT Baumkuchen’s Soba Salads
Offering a wide array of wholesome and affordable dishes, Wheat has planned for their customers to be spoilt for choice!
With 5 outlets in the CBD area, they are the perfect choice for those who’d like to eat clean and good food.
What got our attention though, is their offering of soba salads with interesting Japanese inspired dressings like yuzu, teriyaki and sesame.
Here’s a meatless soba salad with sesame sauce and wakame. So light and refreshing, your body will thank you for it!
One Raffles Place B1-32
Asia Square Tower 1, 8 Marina View, #02-02.
International Plaza, #01-19.
Raffles City, #B1-78.
Republic Plaza #B1-08
Click here for opening hours
Price: Varies depending on your order
7. Sarnies’ CocoWhip
A little cafe located in the Telok Ayer district, Sarnies serves up some pretty mean sandwiches.
But what really caught our attention was the Cocowhip. It’s like a froyo, but not so much like one.
Made with only coconut water, vegan stabilisers and organic bio-fermented coconut, this frozen dessert is vegan, gluten and dairy free.
Try their Cocowhip Breakfast Bowl. It’s creamy and delicious Cocowhip topped with a fruit salad and a medley of nuts & gogi berries.
We won’t say no to healthy and delicious “ice-cream”.
Address: 136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601
Monday – Tuesday, 7:30am to 10:30pm
Wednesday to Friday, 7:30 am to 12am
Saturday to Sunday, 8:30am to 4pm
8. Sprout’s Korean Chicken Bowl
Sprout is not your typical salad bar. This cosy and friendly space in Duxton Road offers a sizeable variety of inspiring salads.
Each of these bowls have been concocted with goodness in mind so you can indulge in them without feeling guilty.
Sprout offers a range of salads, incorporating flavours from different cuisines.
The Korean Chicken Bowl consists of chicken breast meat that was marinated with kimchi and accompanied with shiitake mushrooms, carrots, Japanese cucumber, and a soft boiled egg.
Address: 41 Duxton Road, Singapore 089505
9. Grain Traders’ Build-Your-Own-Bowl
Looking for a quick fix with quality, wholesome food during your lunch hour? Grain Traders is the place.
Ken Yuktasevi, one of the founders of Grain Traders, wanted a space for people to be able to spend that time in the best way possible by feeding themselves right, catching up with people, and simply taking a break from the daily grind.
They can do all these at Grain Traders, where they will feel that they’re being taken care of.
You can build-your-own-bowl at Grain Traders!
Choose from a selection of grains – brown rice, bulgur wheat, soba noodles, to name a few, and top it up from there. Select your veggies, proteins and sauces. There, your bowl of wholesome goodness.
Address: CapitaGreen Building, #01-01/02/03, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8AM-8PM
At the end of the day, keeping your body at tip-top condition starts from making the right food choices.
We’ve done the homework for you – wholesome clean food can be scrumptious too!
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