#Detox #Diet

#Detox #Diet

Once in a while (oops), I subscribe to healthy eating to feel good. Uncover some healthy options which can taste great too!
Chubby Cheeks
Chubby Cheeks

$23.50++ ?!?! Other than the extraordinarily expensive price tag, the salad could not be anymore ordinary. Ordinary lettuce (no upgrade to the slightly more expensive spinach counterpart) and processed bacon bits resembling the sort you could buy off the shelves in the supermarket and sprinkle on any dish you wish. Def doesn’t taste of anything specially made “in-house”. I guess the only extra effort was the poached egg 🥚 (instead of hard boiled) and in-house salad dressing which was incredibly thick and viscous - somewhat the consistency of tartar sauce and therefore, helps with portion control (I asked for it to be served by the side, instead of having it mixed altogether). The dressing was pretty addictive - I can’t quite put a name to it. Taste wise, it resembled thousand island but slightly modified with their in-house recipe. Also, the baked croutons were worthy of a mention too. They came in large pieces, baked till crisp! Of course, given the astronomical price tag, the parmesan came thinly sliced, with some shavings here and there, instead of powdered.

Clean diet of seasoned raw 🐟 topped with sesame seeds, some pineapple 🍍 carrots 🥕 cherry tomatoes 🍅 cucumber 🥒 corn 🌽 wakame and garlic chips

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Very value for money! $9.90 for soba base, mentaiko salmon, +$1.00 for onset egg and free-flow wasabi + soya + pickles! Mentaiko salmon’s the only salmon option which is seared. Otherwise, pick from poke/ raw fish mix/ fully cooked a.k.a grilled salmon. Taste wise, fresh, hearty and healthy. Portion is pretty good too!

Another one of my favourite raw fish 🐟 salad joints. What makes it standout would be the availability of free-flow accompaniments at the counter. Usually, I’d pile on the kimchi which really whets the appetite. Similar to salad joints and other poke stores, you get to DIY your own raw fish salad bowl - pick from a range of flavoured salmon/tuna, carbs and toppings

Just..broccoli, chicken thigh, cous cous and roasted pumpkin! Chicken thighs wasn’t too dry, tho rather oily for what’s supposed to be a healthy lunch. Broccoli was cooked to a crunch! I would prefer for it to be a lil’ more cooked (ie soft than crunch)

One of the few salad joint I really love! They’ve really good eggs and salad dressing - 🍷 vinaigrette is my favourite! You get to DIY what you like, with a good balance of veggies and protein. I usually go for small and it’s enough to fill me up. The place sells frozen yogurt for those who need a dessert after meal too!

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A pretty wholesome and healthy lunch from Wafuken! DIY your bowl with diff meat and sides of your choice. (Billed on a per-item basis) Featured here is the oyster blade steak which is in the pink of health- cooked to the right level of doneness, slightly charred & lightly sprinkled with salt for some flavour. I opted for chilli brinjal as sides, along with sesame spinach. Chilli brinjal 🌶 wasn’t exactly spicy - good for those who can’t really take spice too. The sesame spinach tasted like ordinary spinach sprinkled with sesame seeds... don’t expect any surprisingly element to the 🍃 There’s a special counter at the side with interesting in-house sauces to go with the meat - ginger soy, spicy miso etc!

The salad shop had changed their menu - no more self-selection of the bases, protein, sides through completion of a form anymore. Instead, you order at the counter in 3 easy steps- choose your size, base, then selection of sides and protein. The number of selections for protein and sides varies with the size of your salad. Here’s mine- small human size! With a base (mixed greens or spinach at an additional surcharge of $1), 3 cold/warm sides and 1/2 protein. Shown here are mango Thai-papaya salad, mushroom and corn as sides, and spicy chicken 🌶 it’s a pretty substantial portion! Prefer the new menu since there’s protein even in the smallest salad serving size. Back then, the
‘rabbit’ size doesn’t come with protein (additional charges apply) The shop offers unique creations like spinach tofu etc too. Will try them some day too!

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Unfortunately for dinner you don’t really get to select your choice of ingredients- the ingredients in your poke bowl has been pre-determines (comes along w 2 scoops of poke servings instead of the choice to simply only have a single scoop) Minus the veggies which may not cater to your tastebuds, it’s an overall good and healthy bowl regardless!

Prefer this to Aloha’s because of their free-flow salad bar where you get to self-help to the kimchi!

Got the smallest size available but it’s still a pretty filling serving! Look at all the healthy bits and exceptionally fresh salmon! Vvv good protein bowl to have for lunch!

Healthy protein bowl with slap of ribs (again, fall off the bone tender) and loaded with BBQ sauce - which kinda doesn’t make it all that healthy anymore, oops. Greens are just....greens and nothing much to shout about!

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