7 Wallich Street
#B2-16 Guoco Tower
Singapore 078884

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11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 03:30pm

11:00am - 03:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

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Love the variety of food to choose from every time i visit. Good food and good service - can't complain πŸ‘πŸ»

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tastes amazing! salmon was (+2) and avocado was (+1) but the whole combination with the quinoa, scrambled egg whites and chilli flakes (a MUST for spicy lovers) was superb. will definitely be back for a healthy quick fix.

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β€’ base 1: chestnut brown rice - quite fluffy and not dry! with big grains.
β€’ base 2: romaine lettuce - your typical lettuce, nothing so special heh
β€’ protein: herb baked dory - not quite dry, especially because I had olive oil as the sauce. the herb gives another dimension to the taste.
β€’ side 1: sichuan tofu - it is not strongly sichuan-y in terms of flavor, just minutely spicy.
β€’ side 2: cucumber - your typical cucumber.
β€’ side 3: fried tempeh - the way I had it growing up! some chopped chili and kicap manis would be good:( no sour taste like how some hawker stalls do it. fried just nice to feel healthy.
β€’ topping: scallion - nothing special. actually ordered by mistake.
β€’ dressing: garlic and thyme olive oil - taste just like muted olive oil to me. it is a good grease but that's about it. one thing I note is that they pre-package the dressing into plastic containers. I requested to drizzle it to reduce plastic waste but they can't accommodate. sadly.

Found another heaven for clean-eating! I love the extensive options and reasonable pricing (a regular sized meal priced at $12.00, with 2 bases, 1 protein, 3 supplements, 1 topping and 1 sauce). A reg-sized meal suffices to fill up one for lunch (no food coma!) Their bases were pretty ordinary - you've the regular lettuce, quinoa, brown rice and pasta. However, the selections of protein and supplements were unique! For proteins, they're mostly seasoned and flavoured. Instead of boring steam/ sous-vide chicken that tastes bland, theirs comes roasted to a golden brown. Their dory fillet was herb-crusted and elevated the taste of the otherwise rather bland dory. They run seasonal specials at a top-up, such as lamb sausages (for Xmas) too! I love their maple-roasted yam (must, must try) and charred broccolli. For sauce - pesto vinaigrette is definitely my go-to!

The Daily Cut's menu is unique in terms of the variety and mode of cooking. I had the chestnut brown rice, baked dory, kale, scrambled white egg, and fried tempeh topped with pesto dressing. Enjoyable, quite generous and not over-seasoned. Love the tempeh especially as some places can make it too wet, over-fried or sour-ish but not with this.
In frame: petite bowl [$9 + 0.5 for kale]

Finally trying out The Daily Cut! Everything was good except for the tempehπŸ˜…πŸ˜…

Mashed sweet potato
Romaine lettuce
Roasted chicken (mix)
Roasted sliced almond

Whole grain pasta
Roasted chicken (white)
Maple glazed tempeh
Brussel sprout
Roasted sliced almond

Pretty affordable for the portion. Can't wait to be back to try out other dishes!!