5 Places to Get a Healthier Brunch Fix

FOOD  |  March 17, 2017
  • 1. Open Door Policy
    1 / 5 1. Open Door Policy

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    The newly revamped weekend brunch menu at ODP is nutritionally conscious and is completely gluten- and dairy-free. Not to mention, they grow their own fresh greens and herbs within the restaurant’s vertical green gardens. The Portobello Dairy-Free Omelette is surprisingly fluffy and a great option if you’re looking for something light. Try their homemade juices too, which include herbs harvested in the restaurant for a refreshing twist.

    http://www.odpsingapore.com/

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  • 2. Strangers’ Reunion
    2 / 5 2. Strangers’ Reunion

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    The café’s latest menu is greatly inspired by the owner’s clean eating outlook. One of the must try items is the Strangers Smoked Salmon which has a unique twist to your usual Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict. Instead of the regular slices of smoked salmon, Strangers’ Reunion smokes salmon fillets in-house. Explore their superfood bowls too, such as the coconut chia pudding. The seeds are soaked overnight and prepared upon ordering.

    https://www.facebook.com/StrangersReunion/

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  • 3. boCHINche
    3 / 5 3. boCHINche

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    BoCHINche serves up brunch items with an Argentinean twist. Order the grilled watermelon salad, tomatoes, mozzarella cream & pumpkin seeds or sea bass ceviche, “rocoto leche de tigre”, pickled radishes & preserved lemon that can help cleanse your palette. Pair it with their juices that are squeezed fresh on the spot.

    http://bochinche.com.sg/

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  • 4. Montreux Jazz Café
    4 / 5 4. Montreux Jazz Café

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    The Montreux Jazz Cafe has recently introduced the Weekend Jazz Brunch concept that is trending in cities such as New York and London, and you can definitely eat to your heart’s content here! From the wide array of food offered, the breakfast salad and portobello stack are a lighter choice. And another plus point: live jazz music to go along with the great food.

    http://www.montreuxjazzcafe.com/en/cafe/singapore

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  • 5. PAUL
    5 / 5 5. PAUL

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    This French-inspired restaurant has interesting brunch offerings too. For healthier options, have a taste of the Hambourgeois Portobello; a vegetarian burger with portobello mushroom, zucchini, tomato slices, asparagus and curry mayonnaise, or the Filet de loup; seabass fillet served with mashed potatoes, mixed salsa and curry sauce.

    https://www.facebook.com/PAUL1889.singapore/

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