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1 Raffles Place
Singapore 048616

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 04:00pm


11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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So far I enjoyed all my meals here. Recently tried the Angelica Herbal Noodle and esp enjoyed it. I also love to order the Rendang too!

Mushroom lovers will enjoy this dish with both fried mushroom & boiled mushroom in the bowl. There is no spice but sesame oil & oyster might be in!

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🍄🥦🥬 In partnership with the Health Promotion Board (@hpbsg) and Singapore National Employers Federation, @onerafflesplacesg is advocating healthy lifestyle activities & mental awareness. Working professionals around the area can look forward to workout and fitness bootcamp session. Some restaurants are taking part of this advocate and Green Dot is part of it.
All the dishes in the pic are all under 600 calories. My favourite dish here is the Signature Lion Mane Mushroom Rendang with Turmeric Rice. The strong taste of the rendang is sooo addicting. 😍

Purchase healthier options here and receive a QR Ticket that's used to redeem points and rewards via the Healthy 365 app. Shoppers who spend a minimum of $100 will also get a $5 voucher.

Green Dot is my go-to vegetarian cafes especially for this bowl of Mushroom Bowl with Laksa broth. Expect all the lemak-ness of a typical non vegetarian laksa bowl, topped with a generous serving of mushrooms. Best paired with the sesame rice!


Have a fabulous Friday ahead my dears 💋

Tom Yum Noodles (SGD$6.90) was not as robust as its laksa counterpart, but the tangy zest was still evident in its broth. Ingredients were generous, including dried tofu (taupok), mushrooms, carrot cubes, mock chicken, mock prawns and sotong balls, etc - making for a filling and fulfilling meal.

'I love the mushroom bowl with laksa sauce. You should try that', say fellow Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim and I can see why he likes it.

The mushroom bowl ($9.90, with rice) comes in 3 soup bases, but the laksa-lover in me couldn't help but sheepishly opted for the laksa base. And I did not regret it. The gravy was lemak and the spice level can be adjusted by adding sambal chilli from their condiments station. The bowl came with different mushrooms and vegetables, which was surprisingly filling!

For first timers, I would recommend this as well.