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[CLOSED] Wheat Baumkuchen (Republic Plaza)

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9 Raffles Place
#B1-08 Republic Plaza
Singapore 048619

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Had char siew pork collar rice bowl ($12.9) with baby spinach, pork collar, roasted pumpkin, rice and sous vide egg. Pretty satisfying but kind of lack of taste for most of the food except the pork collar. Will try the grilled chicken next timd

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2 Oct’17, Mon
Char-Grilled Chicken at Wheat Baumkuchen...🥗
Chopped broccoli & cauliflower base with char-grilled chicken🍖, baby spinach, avocado🥑 and sous vide egg🥚...😋

Damage: $10

#wheatbaumkuchen #salad #sgfood #instafood #singapore #burpplesg

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I paid $10 for Pearl Rice, Chargrilled Char Siew, Sous Vide Egg, Grilled Tofu with Wafu Sauce! I find it really worth it since it's packed with food for $10, and totally would go back there again!

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Had my dinner in the office before heading to the gym. 💪Highly recommending this place, this is actually my frequent salad stop. Haha.. they are quite generous with their servings. And most importantly, the salad looks good aesthetically and taste great as well!

Today's pick:
Base: Chopped Broccoli & Cauliflower : S$ 2
Protein: Salmon Sashimi: S$ 6
Sides: Sous Vide Egg: S$ 1.50
Sides: Kimichi: S$ 1.50
Dressing: Wafu
Total bill: S$ 11

#burpple #burpplesg

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This salad chain (they have five outlets in the CBD and city area) is a reliable option when you're attempting to #eatclean. While the other four outlets at Asia Square, One Raffles Place, International Plaza and Raffles City focuses on soba, the one at Republic Plaza dishes out hearty rice bowls alongside DIY salads. Instead of paying a fixed amount and choosing the items to go into your salad, Wheat charges according to the ingredients picked, so you can exercise more flexibility in customising your salad while keeping to your budget. Baby Spinach ($3) and Chopped Broccoli and Cauliflower ($2) are great as bases and go well with the tender Ribeye ($8) and the Chinese-style, soy sauce infused Char Siew Pork Belly ($5) respectively. As for sides, we enjoyed the Pickled Beansprouts ($1), Baby Young Corn ($1.50) and Grilled Pumpkin ($1.50). There are only two dressings available — wafu and aojiso, a perilla leaf soy sauce dressing. If you're rushing for time, there are six pre-selected bowls (from $10) to choose from, including the Sashimi Rice Bowl ($16.90) and the indulgent Beef and Foie Gras Rice Bowl ($18.90).
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Muriel A

The menu structure here is pretty straightforward. Items are priced individually so you can create the bowl of your dreams while the uninitiated can just pick one of their foolproof Design Bowls (from $10-$18.90).

It was refreshing to see chargrilled swordfish as a protein option. I liked that the lean cubes were not overcooked but I wasn’t too fond of the marinade. Do ask for dressing on the side as I felt that the ingredients were tasty enough on their own.