Check out these five quick-service eateries that are serving up a healthy storm!
Eating in Singapore comes with an endless list of health perks, but it isn’t always the easiest lifestyle to adhere to. Healthier choices usually don’t come cheap, and attempting to scout for them can sometimes feel like quite the chore. But here’s what you don’t know: Singapore’s thriving with healthy eateries just waiting to be discovered! And the best part of all? Their service is fuss-free and really breezy too. We’re spreading the love by introducing five convenient fast food health chains, and you should seriously give these food options ago. Now there’s no excuse to stray from a healthy diet!
With a name like YOLO Food, you know there’s bound to be a grand philosophy behind the company and what it does. They’re basically a health food restaurant, armed with the mission of providing tasty meals loaded with nutritional value. The menu caters to five distinct types of health nuts, ensuring there is something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for an extra energy boost, obsessed with glowing skin or are in the midst of bulking up, they’ve got it covered. Available here are a variety of preset meals, consisting of healthy favourites like avocados, quinoa and of course a whole lot of fresh greens. YOLO offers in-house dining and takeaway options, but we’re leaning a little towards the former, since their industrial themed interior accessorised with neon signs is très chic.
YOLO, 12 Gopeng St, #01-01, Singapore 078877, (+65) 6221 3029 https://www.facebook.com/yolofoodSG
Dosirak stands for Korean packed lunch boxes, and that’s exactly what you’ll find right here. The eatery provides healthy and convenient takeaway meals, offering an extensive Korean menu littered with an assortment of ingredients. What’s more, it’s all MSG and trans fat free! Create your personalized dosirak by selecting five vegetables and a protein, adding to it either white rice, brown rice or Korean buckwheat noodles. Then pour in their secret sauce, the famous Korean gochujang, before capping and shaking the container, ensuring everything mixes evenly. It’s a unique and efficient method to for a healthy meal, and if you don’t feel up for customising lunch, simply choose from one of their preset dosiraks off the menu.
Dosirak, 18 Cross St, Singapore 048423, (+65) https://www.facebook.com/DosirakSG
Grain Traders provides diners with hearty comfort food, and are run by the exact people who did Kilo. And much like Kilo, Grain Traders’ interior is decked out in mostly concrete, rendering it a really minimalistic and sleek spot for a meal. The menu features a series of signature bowls, with ingredients ranging from tuna and wild mushrooms to strip loin accompanied by a combination of vegetables. The choice to build your own bowl is available at $16, where you get a good mix of grains, vegetables and proteins. Honestly, there’s so much variety available you wouldn’t even know where to start.
Grain Traders, 138 Market St, #01-01/02/03, CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946, https://www.facebook.com/graintraderssg
The Snack Culture loves creating compelling food recipes, its primary intention to feature a selection of international cuisines. Lunch provides you with the option of making your own bento, while dinner consists of nine small plates, allowing you a taste of food from around the world. End the meal on a sweet note with their drinks and desserts, where you’ll be spoilt for choice deciding between their coffee, cakes and gelato. Enjoy the eatery’s simplistic surroundings while you’re at it, and maybe even buy some of their homemade cookies and confectionary.
The Snack Culture, 2 Kallang Avenue, #02-17, CT Hub, Singapore 339407, (+65) 6443 2006, https://www.facebook.com/TheSnackCultureCompany
Indline is a cookery which serves authentic Indian cuisine and carries a large selection of the culture’s classics on the menu. Indulge in their range of delectable curries and phenomenal naans, by either selecting from one of the four available set meals or ordering ala carte dishes themselves. It seems like the customisation option is fast becoming a trend at local food destinations, and Indline offers a similar service too. For $14.50, you get to choose from a variety of curries, tkkas, kebabs and more. They’re even open to takeaways and delivery services if you order via Food Panda.
Indline, 28 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089135, (+65) 6221 3280, https://www.facebook.com/Indline.Sg