Set A

$17.00 Β· 8 Reviews

Layered with French Valrhona chocolate ganache, this chocolate cake is dense, moist and rich. What a decadent treat! Weekday afternoon tea set available at $10, topped up $2 for the Devil's Food Cake. Yummy! .

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Chose to mix the base - lettuce, red quinoa barley
Protein: Roasted boneless chicken tangine
Side: spice roasted carrots & parsnips, Parmesan gratinantes celeriac (turnip rooted celery)

The sambal land Thai chili is really TO DIE FOR. I don’t think they sell it separately even though the restaurant has a deli, market style concept.


Loved every bit of the ingredients on my plate and time for cleansing before the binge starts for CNY goodies!

Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard #01-79/80 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596

Another place where you can choose your healthy selection of vegetables and protein. I had set A where you can choose one protein, one base and 2 sides. I ordered an additional protein and my total bill came up to $22. So if you are into the protein vegetable diet, this is one place you can check out. Unlike the other similar outlets, this place has ample sitting and a nice spacious ambience.

Plentyfull is refined β€” the spacious bistro cum grocer is bright and tasteful, and the various seating areas (there's a private dining room, booth seats and a communal area) make this the perfect spot both for a business meeting over lunch or a reunion with your university mate. Foodwise, they offer build-your-own bowls, so let your creativity loose! Set A ($17) comes with one base, one protein and two sides while set B ($19) comes with three sides. We recommend the risoni, short cut pasta shaped like rice, as your base and the very tender, unbelievably delicious soy and ginger caramelised pork belly as your protein. For sides, the Caramelized Parsnip and Spiced Carrot and Maple and Bacon Brussel Sprouts are both very tasty, and portions are generous. There are only three sauces here, and they're all good, especially the addictively good chili jam that resembles Indonesian chili!
Avg price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayne Tan

Really enjoyed my Set A (1 base, 1 protein, 2 sides), and it was very filling. The chicken was very tasty, the risoni was the perfect base with herbs like parsley and mint in it, and the roasted veg were really well done. Big love for the sauces! I asked for all 3 cos couldn't decide. One was yoghurt based and went well with the risoni, while the sweet chili went with everything. The spicy chili reminded me of that amazing chili mixture you get with your Babi guling in Bali! Fab with the chicken. Also managed to try the incredibly soft pork belly, and the beautifully smoked salmon from my friend's plates. The space is so pretty too!


A place of restoration with great tasting, honest food that is good for you. Loved the spaciousness of the place, and the quality ingredients that went into the food on my plate. The teriyaki salmon was beautifully marinated with a sweet-savory glaze, and I really enjoyed the caramelized parsnip & spiced carrots. Set A ($17) gives you a choice of 1 base, 1 protein and 2 sides. Definitely go for the sambal chilli if you enjoy a spicy kick, and/or the sweet-spicy chilli for added flavour. While there was quite a tight selection, it was sufficient to make me feel like I was spoilt for choice on this first visit, and every item was delicious. Hoping they will rotate their selection, and I'll definitely be back to check out the gorgeous desserts on display!


Set A comes with a choice of One Base, One Protein and Two Sides. For the sides, I went for the Roasted Kin Yan Farm Mushrooms, and Caramalised Parsnip and Spiced Carrots while going for the Risoni for the base and Soy & Ginger Caramalised Pork Belly for the protein. The whole grain bowl actually worked very well; well-portioned with well-executed dishes which are flavoursome and pretty wholesome. Risoni would fit those who prefer small pasta grains which are a tad chewier, whilst cooked with mint, parsley and dill. The Soy & Ginger Caramalised Pork Belly carried sweet and savoury flavours; very soft and tender and easily pulled apart with a fork, whilst the two sides were also pretty well done; the mushrooms were earthy yet carried sweet flavours from caramalised onions and the spiced carrots feel very much like sweet potatoes; soft and sweet. Each grain bowl comes with a choice of three sauces (or you could ask and get all three like what I did); a lethal Sambal Belachan; a savoury and sweet Chili Jam and a white sauce with cucumber that tasted quite Indian-inspired β€” all three were enjoyable but the Sambal Belachan was seriously fiery; they weren't even joking about how chokingly spicy it could get. Probably one of the places I would return to for lunch one day especially if I were to crave for something light, and although it's just a little behind Grain Traders in variety, Plentyfull is pretty much a good alternative if you don't want to travel all the way down to Raffles Place or Tanjong Pagar to solve your grain bowl cravings.