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Eat Green, Eat Clean: 8 Salad Places That Leaf You Wanting More

Dispel your salad stereotypes with these great go-to meal options.

By Amanda Tan      22 March 2021
Photo: Super Simple Facebook

Super Simple

If you’ve always wanted to enjoy a meal from a chef who’s worked at a Michelin-star establishment, Super Simple lets you have that and more, at pocket-friendly prices.

Co-founded by Jason Jek, who earned his chops in Michelin-starred establishments around the world, including the three Michelin-starred Joel Robuchon in Singapore, Super Simple lives up to its name featuring uncomplicated options, whether it’s a customised bowl that lets customers choose from proteins, bases, supplements and dressings, or a no-fuss set that offers four choices anchored by three different proteins and a veggie edition.

In addition, healthy-eaters will be glad to know that Super Simple’s recipes favour natural flavourings instead of artificial additives as much as possible.

Super Simple is located at One North, Telok Ayer and Tanjong Pagar. Visit supersimple.sg.


Photo: The Salad Corner Instagram

The Salad Corner

Priced at just $4.90 for a basic salad onwards, The Salad Corner provides an affordable alternative to those seeking to eat healthy in the Central Business District (CBD).

Choose from five basic toppings, which include a mix of fruits and vegetables like Japanese cucumber, chickpea, black olives, sunflower seeds and raisins, and one salad dressing.

Should you feel like something extra, opt for its premium topping – including Cajun chicken, smoked salmon and feta cheese – at just $1 or $2 per topping.

The Salad Corner is located at Amoy Street Food Centre, Cecil Street and Tanjong Pagar. Visit thesaladcorner.com.sg

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