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For Healthy, Vegetarian Meals In A Homely Joint Don’t be fooled by the name, Well Dressed Salad Bar certainly serves up a multitude of vegetarian and vegan dishes - and they are some good stuff! They’re housed in a corner unit with Eight Treasures Vegetarian (which serves Chinese vegetarian dishes) near the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. The staff will ask whether you’re here for WDSB or ETV, bring you to your table and provide the appropriate menus before coming back to take your orders later. Our young male server was a little blur about the menu items, but he was genuinely very sweet, friendly and earnest. Though some of the staff weren’t as friendly, the majority of them were proactive and helpful - even coming back to our table to check if we wanted ‘no onions’ in our other dishes as we’d specified that for another order, offering to take a family photo when all our food had arrived, checking if the sweetness was okay for my beverage as I’d requested for less sugar. The ambience at WDSB isn’t snobbish, it’s homely, welcoming, and with such delicious healthy vegetarian foods, I’ll definitely be returning. Recommendations: - Smokey Edamame Chia Nachos ($7.50) - The BPMH Burger with SeaSalt Seaweed Chips as a side ($16.50) - Veganlicious All-Day Brunch Set ($16.50)
Melissa
3d
The BPMH ($16.50) The BPMH burger stands for black pepper monkey head mushrooms, served with bell peppers, celery, cucumber, tomato and avocado slices, tucked between lovely vegan wholemeal brioche buns. We ordered these without onions. This dish comes with two sides where you can select from herbed potatoes, seasalt seaweed chips, Italian pasta salad and garden salad. We went with the seaweed chips and garden salad which were fantastic choices - the seaweed chips were akin to fried popiah skin wrapped around crisp seaweed, which was a favourite across the table and we all agreed that we should order a double portion of this next time. The salad vegetables were really fresh, not a limp leaf in sight - always a good sign at any self-respecting eatery. The monkey head mushrooms in this burger are sliced longitudinally which makes them all the better to absorb the black pepper sauce. I love the fibrous and meaty texture of monkey head mushrooms, and these were no exception. They were tender, chewy and oh so flavourful with the black pepper sauce. The vegan wholemeal brioche buns were toasted to crispness and tasted amazing. Not as buttery or sinful as regular brioche buns, but honestly they were so delicious in this burger I didn’t think I was missing out on anything. The vegetables in the burger were scattered quite haphazardly across the bun, so you won’t get a single bite with everything. That didn’t bother me much as the main star of the burger was the monkey head mushrooms, which were spread quite evenly across the whole burger. I did wish that the avocado was smashed and spread on the bun rather than sliced as the pieces kept slipping around. Eating this burger is a messy task, and I suggest just getting down and dirty with your hands instead of trying to be dainty and cutting it apart. Don’t expect that toothpick in the center to hold the burger together, and be gentle when putting the burger down as the fillings do tend to fall out. Overall a delicious and satisfying burger that I wouldn’t mind ordering again but with such a wide variety of delicious and healthy dishes to choose from, it might be a while before I order the BPMH once more.
Melissa
3d
Soba So Good ($12.90) Rainbow greens with warm buckwheat noodles tossed in sesame ginger sauce
Melissa
3d
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Prosciutto Wrapped Atlantic Halibut (Burrple 1-1: $32) 7/10 The food is good but service is not. Fish was cooked well, the asparagus was sweet and cherry tomatoes just the right amount of softness for me. I also liked the foam! Serving was small but not complaining cos it's 1-1. The front staff that day (Johny) seemed to be in a bad mood and snapped at us when we asked if we needed a reservation to get it (cos the person in front placed a reservation). Throughout the time we were there, he was pacing quickly around the place so we got the manager to take our order instead. There were other staff who were also there but everyone was too engrossed in huddling together and nobody seemed to be topping up glasses. When the table beside us asked for a refill, they didn't bother looking around the other tables to see if others also required more water. At the end of the meal the manager made Johny process our bill and it was painful hearing him say thank you. Hopefully it was just a bad day for him.
Julia
3d
Excellent service; food is tasty and comes in decent portions worthy deal as i used Burpple for the $40 steak, service was good because they would keep refilling your drink for you automatically (something very simple but hardly delievered in local restaurants) truffle fries portion is quite huge: probably for 3-4 ppl to share
Gavin
7w
Roasted Stuffed Chicken ($28++) The Marmalade Pantry, through its brand new outlet opening at the heart of the city in ION Orchard, as well as a collaborative menu with Singapore’s very own Genevieve Lee (runner-up of MasterChef Singapore) has caused quite a stir in the ever-bustling food community. With a second visit to the flagship ION Orchard outlet planned in mind, a prerequisite dinner at one of its original outlets located at the Oasia Hotel Downtown was in order. Chic, elegant and modern, The Marmalade Pantry’s decor combined with the architectural genius of high ceilings of the hotel lobby was more than a pleasant welcome to the establishment. Their Roasted Stuffed Chicken ($28++) showcases a beautifully stuffed French-cut chicken breast with sun-dried tomatoes and portobello mushrooms, served with some simply seared asparagus, heirloom carrots and roasted potatoes before being rounded off with a seductive Dijon Velouté sauce. Simple and well-executed, with the stuffed tomatoes giving the chicken a delectable savouriness when paired with the sauce altogether. Worth a visit for entertaining work associates or even a laid-back weekend dinner.
Thint
8w
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Interesting & Tasty, However Portions Are On The Small-side Totally worth the effort going over from our offices @ Newton! A rather high SES setting yet it’s cosy and comfortable too! Love the combination of the classy interiors, quiet mall (even for a weekday lunch!) and also great looking & great tasting food! (It so doesn’t hurt that it’s really healthy! - as compared to other cafes boasting of being healthy and yet not.) Will definitely be back again! Had the Cowboy and the Tomato.
Shannon
4w
Khao Phad Pineapple ($18) -10000 for presentation I must say... The illustration had actually showed the dish coming in an actual pineapple (which it obviously didn't) but when it came I almost told the waitress that she was serving the wrong table 😹 But okay, visuals aside, this was actually a super tasty dish! Staying true to their concept of only serving food that is healthy and nutritious, millet is used instead of normal rice. Another thing I realised about the place is that they like to make use of nuts alot in their dishes, not that I mind because the cashews were really yummy. They weren't your typical plain cashews, but had the fragrance of spices. However, I wasn't a fan of the pineapple chunks in the dish because they tasted like canned pineapples (though I'm not sure because that would seem to be going against their policy of using only fresh ingredients?) One gripe would be that the portion was very small though, definitely could have used another portion of this, even 🤭
Seanna
13w
Vegan, Gluten-free Food At Pocket-friendly Prices H O S T E D OK, I have to be honest. I am not into healthy food especially those that are "hard core" if you know what I mean. But because August was my birthday month, I'd spoiled myself with far too many rich meals. Inevitably, guilt set in. So I wanted to "eat clean" to balance out those indulgences but had trouble locating a place to go. As fate would have it, I was invited by Word Of Mouth P.R. to a tasting at Wholesome Savour - a vegan and gluten-free eatery in Palais Renaissance. It seemed like the universe was trying to tell me something 😆 Admittedly, I was a tad worried because I generally like my food unhealthily delicious ("more pork lard please"). Hence, my secret fear was their food would bore me. However, the dishes I had, turned out to be actually much tastier than I'd anticipated. What a pleasant shocker! It helped that while waiting, I learned from the friendly owner Jason Fong, so much about the company's approach and philosophy to food, as well as their on-site high-tech preparation methods. Only ingredients with the highest amount of nuitrients make the cut and they use alkaline water in everything too. What's more, nothing, and I mean nothing, is "cooked" at temperatures above 46 degrees celsius. So the benefits of everything, from vegetable to nut, and spice to grain, are retained at their maximum. You would think that prices would be exorbitant with all that effort but nope. The Smoothie Bowls pictured above were listed as $10++ each (I especially loved the one with housemade almond milk, bananas, berries and crunchy "green-ola"), while "The Savour BLT" with avocado, an ingenious "bacon" made from coconut, fresh vegetables and lemon cream sandwiched between onion and sunflower seed "bread", cost only $15++. The strawberries-covered Hangover "Bread" (also $15++) reminded me of a dense alcohol-free fruitcake. Accompanying it were the most amazing cinnamon coconut almond butter, fermented cashew macadamia yogurt and berry-chia jelly - all made in-house naturally. I also realised how filling these ultra healthy dishes were as the hungry pangs didn't strike till many hours later.
Veronica
1y
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Rain or shine, this’s 1 of our favourite places for a cosy and relaxing afternoon tea. With a wide variety of tea and other beverages, it’s not hard to find a fit for everyone. Other than the iced Lychee tea and fizzy Earl Grey, a hot spiced tea with rum would be a smooth drink for the bolder. There were also options with a scoop of ice cream, or blended tea or coffee for an icy treat.
I makan
2w
We returned for the modern and elevated local cuisines that we enjoyed at Arteastiq. Think chargrilled juicy chicken with thick satay Beehoon, chilli crab sauce pasta with fresh prawns, and sambal lobster with dry fried laksa. They were restaurant take on hawker food done right and we loved them all. The chilli crab sauce was the thick and tasty with the right kick of spiciness for locals or foreign friends. Satay chicken was well executed with crispy charred ends, sauce with thick and good though we would love more peanuts. We gotta mention their sambal lobster with dry laksa last. The dry fried laksa was by far the best version we had tasted. It had a good consistency with the thick Beehoon and laksa sauce that was cooked and thicken with all that rich laksa flavours. And we couldn’t get enough of the sambal that was just so yummy with lots of Hei Bee bites.
I makan
7w
Iced Pear Tea Love the iced pear tea ($11/pot) it’s light, refreshing and not too sweet. Though the price is slightly steep, ambience is cosy and you can choose from a huge assortment of tea and spend a lazy afternoon chilling out here. Light snacks, main courses and high tea sets are available here too.
Amanda
7w
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