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Featuring VeganBurg (Eunos), SSÄM Korean Mexican Kitchen, The Daily Cut (One Raffles Place), Shinkansen (Ocean Financial Centre), Pita Pan (Marina Bay Sands), Brownice Italian Vegan (East Coast Road), The Wholefood Kitchen, YOLO (Icon Village), Dosirak, Simply Wrapps (Raffles City)
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Newly launched pumpkin tofu with brown rice. Dosirak uses jasmine brown rice as it is easier for shaking because it is not too moist or too dry.

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#Lunch #takeaway Transit size ( 1 base + 1 protein + 3 toppings + 1 sauce ) : Today I chose their healthy base (buckwheat soba, romaine, butterhead lettuce, spinach, cherry tomato) + yuzu honey chicken as my protein + onsen egg, broccoli, sweet corn + wafu plum dressing. This bowl costs S$ 13.90 👍 #burpple #burpplesg

I ordered the cracked mayo with seaweed fries and it was amazing !! Honestly, there's not even a slightest hint of it being vegan and if healthiness taste like this I am up for it !! Shoutout to students : Flash your Student Pass from 2pm onwards during weekdays and get 15% off ✨

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Loved the option of DIY!! The basic starts from $13.90. Absolutely no regrets choosing the salmon (top up $3), it was sooo juicy and moist. The Asian green (kailan & broccoli) was a refreshing change from similar competitors only offering more westernized veggies like broccoli, tomatoes etc. my other side was the cauliflower rice, which is essentially the florets of a cauliflower tossed with some corn and tomato cubes. Soooo good!! I could almost bluff myself that I was having rice!! I got the coriander lime sauce, it was really pasty and had chunks of peanuts, the consistency reminded me of pesto. I also added an egg to complete my protein meal! Very enjoyable dish overall 😋

Eatclean with Simply Wrapps and make your own wrap at only $8.90 (Choose a wrap, 6 ingredients and a dressing). My wrap is jammed packed with 2 servings of mushroom, falafel, couscous, mangoes, tofu with mint yogurt dressing.

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Price: S$19

Despite the price, this could still easily be a dish that I would recommend to people who are bravely venturing into the vegetarian world. For dinner. It's a great way to dip their toe in and see that perhaps they can survive the trip.

The thing that attempts to be salmon sashimi is my favorite - considering that I loooove real salmon carcass. I also like the ones that attempt to be tuna sashimi. They're a little too brittle in texture but still good.


With the cacophony of colour and flavours displayed before you, designing your own vegetarian Pita Pocket has never been more fun. Catering to different appetite sizes, you start by selecting either the half pita or the full one, all freshly baked. For the main filling, it's a toss-up between the crispy "falafel" (fried balls of ground vegetables and chickpeas that have been seasoned with herbs and mild spices) and gluten-free "shawarma" (soy-based fake grilled "lamb"). Those who pick the full size pocket have an additional option of "sabich" (hardboiled egg and eggplant) too.
After this comes my favourite part - what to accessorise the Pita Pocket with. If I were to list all that's available, this would be too long a post! Suffice to say, you will be spoiled for choice.

Thanks again for the invitation to the food tasting @pitapansg and @geekyelephant 😊

Besides being meatless, there's also no use of animal products such as eggs and diary. What a challenge for meat lovers like myself, and the chefs who have to create a tasty meal given these constraints.
Besides 'cheese', the lagsana also contains diced eggplant and tofu crumble mixed with tomato ragu sauce. Could #lagsana be cheesey without diary? Surprisingly, the cheese at Brownice (including those sprinkled on our truffle fries) tastes just like real cheese. The owner said it's a secret but he could reveal that they're made from soy.
The taste of the Italian food here can't be compared with other typical Italian food given the constraints in ingredients. But it's a good option if you're a #vegan, or if you are looking for a meatless meal for a change.
This is an invited tasting hosted by Khai, @brownice_sg. Thank you @tiara_star for the invitation. Afterthought: I should probably show the inside of this lagsana..

If Korean and Mexican food had a lovechild, this hole-in-the-wall shop at the basement of Marina Bay Financial Centre (sandwiched between Aloha Poke and Four Seasons Gourmet Market) would be it. Ssäm (meaning 'wrapped' in Korean) crafts protein-packed bowls that will keep you fuelled throughout the day. Order the cilantro lime rice and top it with the unbelievably tasty 40-hour Korean BBQ marinated beef short ribs ($9). Unless you opt out, the bowl is completed with sides of tangy kimchi and tomato salsa, onion lime relish, pickled cucumbers, kimchi and seaweed, and topped with sesame seeds and fried shallots. If you have change to spare, add on the Egg ($0.80) or treat yourself to a scoop of Guacamole ($2.50).
Avg price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Hilary See

Regular Protein Salad ($12)
1 protein + 1 complex carb + 3 supplements
Protein - Chicken Thigh
Complex Carb - Baby Spinach (topup $1)
Supplements - Zucchini, Quinoa, Sous Vide Egg
Available at @TheDailyCut.SG in @OneRafflesPlaceSG
Delivery available through @FeastBumpSG
Like the quinoa which tasted quite savoury. The chicken was flavourful but a bit on dry side. Although the egg helped a bit, I felt it was a bit too dry. Somehow wishing for some creamy dressing. Maybe it's too healthy for me. Kind of not used to it.
The Daily Cut
Address 🏠 : 1 Raffles Place, # B1-31 One Raffles Place, Singapore 🇸🇬 048 616
Open 💈 :
Mon - Fri : 11am - 3pm, 6pm - 8.30pm
Sat - Sun : 11am - 3.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Raffles Place (EW14/ NS26)

The humble beginnings of this unassuming salad bar started six years ago, with the intention of providing a healthy, affordable alternative for the CBD crowd. Staying true to its mission, bowls here go for just $4.90 (prices range from $4.90-$5.90 depending on the outlet). Choose five toppings and one salad dressing with a standard serving of mixed mesclun leaves. Favourites include soba, firm tofu, sautéed mixed mushrooms, walnuts and croutons (not the healthiest, but tastes so good!). The hardest part of building your own salad here is probably choosing the dressing — there are 16 to choose from! There are the usual suspects like Caesar and Balsamic Vinaigrette, alongside more unique flavours like Japanese Sesame and Wasabi Mayo. Also opt for a premium topping (additional $1-$2) like Tuna or Rosemary Chicken Breast. With a new outlet at Westgate that opens all week long, there's no reason why westies can't adopt a healthy diet!