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390 Orchard Road
#B1-06 Palais Renaissance
Singapore 238871

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Monday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

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Enjoy 1-for-1 Deals

at Wholesome Savour
Breakfast
SAVE ~$15
Ancient Grains/ Burgers & Sandwiches
SAVE ~$15
Ancient Grains/ Burgers & Sandwiches
SAVE ~$15
Ancient Grains / Burgers & Sandwiches
SAVE ~$15

Reviews

From the Burpple community

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.

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-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 🤭

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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.

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