8 Restaurants in Singapore for a Clean and Healthy Meal

by Zoe Zeng
FOOD  |  July 03, 2018
  • Eating clean in Singapore just got a whole lot easier
    1 / 9 Eating clean in Singapore just got a whole lot easier

    We’re always on the lookout for restaurants dishing out wholesome and healthy options. Excitingly, the range for clean eating in Singapore has grown beyond salad bars. From pho to sushi, we’re so thankful that we can indulge in our favourite foods while keeping a balanced diet – and skipping out on the extra calories too.

    Photo: HRVST Restaurant and Bar

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  • Ta-da! The Bistro
    2 / 9 Ta-da! The Bistro

    Located conveniently at Bras Basah, this classic bistro appeals to the office crowd and students alike. Perfect for a hearty yet healthy lunch, the buildable DIY Poke Bowls is no doubt the star attraction – you can customise your bowl with staples like flavoured mix rice, truffle pasta, salmon cubes and other ingredients. Other must-tries include the Fried Salmon ($21.90) with broccoli purée, edamame and spice-infused tomatoes and the Salmon & Ebiko Pasta ($18) topped with tobiko.

    Where: #01-03A Manulife Centre, 51 Bras Basah Road

    Info: Visit www.facebook.com/tadabistro or call 6560-0859

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  • HRVST Cafe and Bar
    3 / 9 HRVST Cafe and Bar

    Vegans, rejoice! This rustic restaurant and bar launched by boutique gym Kilter Avenue focuses on making vegan meals look absolutely mouthwatering. With starters at $10 to $12 and mains ranging from $14 to $18, you can enjoy a symphony of flavours with dishes like Soy Satay with peanut sauce and veggie chips and Bak Kut Teh Barley Risotto with diced fresh daikon, cauliflower chips, garlic oil, pink radish and braised nuts.

    (Also read: Meatless in Singapore: Tips On Going Vegan)

    Where:#05-01 OUE Downtown Gallery, 6A Shenton Way

    Info: Visit www.abt-hrvst.com or call 6920-7500

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  • Bearded Bella
    4 / 9 Bearded Bella

    Feeling hungry near the CBD area? Try this Melbourne-inspired neighbourhood cafe for some guilt-free eats and coffee. Whether you’re ready to indulge your sweet tooth with some Chia Pudding or fill up your belly with the hearty Mushroom & Hummus, there’s a main for every taste. You won’t have to scrimp on sides like Poached Eggs or Sourdough Toast either, since they’re wallet-friendly at only $2 to $3.50.

    Where: 8 Craig Road

    Info: Visit www.beardedbella.com or call 9880-0775

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  • Little Farms Café
    5 / 9 Little Farms Café

    Since its opening in 2016, Little Farms has become the go-to store for fresh produce, meats and groceries from Australia and Europe. Now you can enjoy a scrumptious brunch and all-day breakfast menu made with their premium ingredients. Offerings at this petite cafe include a variety of daily salads and freshly baked goods, like Granola & Fresh Fruit ($12) and Smashed Avocado ($15).

    Where: #01-20 Valley Point Store, Valley Point Shopping Centre, 491 River Valley Road

    Info: Visit www.littlefarms.com/pages/little-farms-cafe or call 6262-0619

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  • Sushi Kimura
    6 / 9 Sushi Kimura

    This minimalistic fine-dining restaurant is all about serving up fresh, authentic Japanese fare. Owned and headed by Chef Tomoo Kimura, each dish is highly seasonal – so expect huge changes in the menu every couple of months. With prices ranging from $120 to $250 for lunch and $280 to $400 for dinner, you can expect nothing but the best organic ingredients in each piece of sushi.

    (Also read: Review: Healthy Salmon Bowls at Amoy Street Food Centre)

    Where: #01-07 Palais Renaissance, 390 Orchard Road

    Info: Visit www.sushikimura.com.sg or call 6734-3520

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  • The Stamford Brasserie
    7 / 9 The Stamford Brasserie

    Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner plus drinks and coffee, this multi-concept restaurant and bar is Swissôtel The Stamford’s only F&B establishment to be run without the use of plastic. Located on the ground floor of Equinox Complex, it features an All-day Dining Restaurant, Beer Bar and a Grab-and-Go for busy Singaporeans on the go. Here, you can treat yourself to elegant comfort food like baked fish en papillote and salt-baked taproot salad with feta cheese, walnuts, and spinach.

    Where: Level 1 Swissotel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road

    Info: Visit www.swissotel.com or call 6431-6176

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  • Verde Kitchen
    8 / 9 Verde Kitchen

    Head to the second floor of the Hilton Singapore if you’re in search of freshly made mains, soups and salads for breakfast or brunch. With gluten-free, dairy free, vegetarian and raw food options, this chic 32-seater incorporates locally and sustainably-sourced ingredients. Like the restaurant’s mantra ‘Real Food, Full of Natural Flavours’, diners can expect delicious and wholesome offerings like the Grilled Tandoori Organic Lacto Chicken Wrap with ‘ketchumbar’ salad ($27), and an Organic Basil-crusted Glacier 51 Tooth Fish cooked with local mushrooms ($38).

    (Also read: 3 Diet-Friendly Staycation Spots in Singapore For A Healthy Getaway)

    Where: Level 2 Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road

    Info: Visit www.hilton.com or call 6730-3397

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  • Goodness Me!
    9 / 9 Goodness Me!

    Located at the NTUC Food Fare in Clifford Centre, Oh My Goodness! is a local initiative that makes healthy but delicious food more readily available to the public. Their products are high quality, gluten and dairy-free but still extremely tasty. Some of their offerings include superfood clusters and fruit sorbet bars, frozen acai tubs, paleo beef jerky and vegan mushroom jerky, all of which make great nutritious and delicious snacks for a mid-day office break. For anyone working in the CBD, consider this before you head out to buy something fried and oily to get you through the rest of the day.

    Where: Basement 1, Clifford Centre, 24 Raffles Place

    Info: Visit www.facebook.com/GoodnessMeSG or call 9162 2633

    Photo: Goodness Me!

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