[CLOSED] Amamoto

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1 Raffles Place
#B1-39 One Raffles Place
Singapore 048616

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When one tried to eat healthy for breakfast
Available at @AmamotoSg in @OneRafflesPlaceSg
Cold-pressed Orange 🍊 Juice (S$4.80/ 250ml, S$5.80/ 350ml)
Amazake with soymilk and cold-pressed orange 🍊 juice
Slightly sour orange 🍊 taste with a slight powdery aftertaste .
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Orange 🍊 Carrot πŸ₯• amamoto Chia Seed Parfait (S$5.80)
Amazake with soymilk, chia seeds, berries, almonds, walnuts, orange 🍊, and carrots πŸ₯•
Not too sweet or sour. Like the texture of the crunchy nuts, the rich fiber of the carrot, the soft bouncing chia seeds.
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Amamoto Cafe
Japanese fermented rice drink
Address 🏠 : 1 Raffles Place, # B1-39 One Raffles, Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 048 616
Tel ☎️ : 9633 6536
Open πŸ’ˆ :
Mon - Fri : 7.30am - 9pm
Sat : 8.30am - 4.30pm
Website 🌐 : http://www.amamoto-sg.com
MRT πŸš‡ : Raffles Place (EW14/ NS26)

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A healthy drink thats all natural, no sugar, no additives. It is also a drink during summer to prevent heat stroke. .
Roasted Soybean (Kinako) at S$8
Matcha at S$5
Strawberry-Banana Chia Seed Parfait at S$5.80
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Where to dine?
Amamoto Cafe
1 Raffles Place, #B1-39 048616,

The alcohol-free, fermented rice-drink purports to provide essential amino-acids, oligosaccharides, vitamins, minerals, and other bio-chemicals that bring repair, nutrition and health to the body (guess that's the acne scar sorted - Optimistic Editor). It might be incredibly sweet for the uninitiated, but when mixed with other ingredients proves to be quite interesting a taste proposition. (The pure amazake with ginger evokes a violent yearning for Ah Balling, whilst elsewhere the cold pressed orange with amazake drink plays it Orange Julius-esque.)

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No sugar or preservatives added, I was also glad the beverage is chilled and not one that's chock full of ice. The matcha flavor is made from a concoction of amazake, soymilk and matcha and served chilled. Though I do fancy the pleasant natural sweetness of the fermented rice, I do wish there was a stronger note of matcha flavour - which apparently had been overshadowed by the amazake. Also the portion was rather deceiving with only 2/3 of the cup filled .
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A newcomer in the buzzy basement of One Raffles Place, this takeaway stand serves Japanese fermented rice drinks said to detoxify the body and aid digestion. Amazake is a non-alcoholic, milky and naturally sweet drink without added sugar. Choose to have your amazake neat, or mixed with either soy milk or cold-pressed juices. Start your day with the Mango or Kiwi Amamoto Chia Seed Parfait ($5.80) and a cold amazake drink (from $4.80) as your Breakfast Set β€” you save $2 that way. Of the three cold drink options, we like the Roasted Soybean (U.P. $5) the best. When stirred in well, the roasted powder gives the drink a smoky flavour that we just can't get enough of! At lunch, skip the snaking line at The Daily Cut and head here for their salads (from $9.80) instead. Apart from greens, quinoa and cherry tomatoes that you can dress with either one of their house made salad dressings (Yuzu or Sesame) mixed with amazake, the meats are also marinated in amazake, resulting in tender yet flavourful proteins. Pro tip: Stock your fridge with a bottle of their Pure Amazake ($6.50) for days when you're feeling bloated!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Hilary See

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This is the new yakult in town.

Bought a bottle of Pure Amazake to add into my breakfast routine (could substitute water in smoothies, milk in oats etc) and it's said to help with digestion and detox.

On its own, it's hella sweet, which is why Amamoto mixes it with cold pressed juices or unsweetened soy milk for their drinks.

If I work in the CBD, I'll definitely make a pit stop every week to have their cold Roasted Soybean β€” so refreshing! #Burpproved

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