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Snippets: Best Salad Stops in Raffles Place | Finding our next Salad Bar with OpenSnap!

I must profess that salad ain’t my top choice for lunch, ever. But truth be told, it is probably the only way I can maintain my healthy diet considering the amount of food I enjoy – just check our Restaurant List tab and you will know what I mean.

And so, in the spirit of having a balanced diet, I decided to give all (almost all) the Salad bars in Raffles Place a try. While the list below may not be exhaustive, they have been strongly recommended by my friends, colleagues and foodies on OpenSnap – a quick guide below on this before the Salads! So, here we go!

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Here’s how easy to search for your desired on the OpenSnap app.
1. Click on their Search button
2. Enter the exact dish / cuisine and the location you are searching on
3. There you have it! Yes, it’s that simple!

OpenSnap - Raffles Place Salad Search

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Daily Cut

We read about it on mainstream media, we saw the long queues and now it’s my turn to try it. Definitely one of the priciest salad around, starting from $12 for a regular salad (1 protein + 1 complex carb + 3 supplements) to $18 for a beast size (3 proteins + 1 complex carb + 3 supplements)! Here’s a tip from one of my colleague, if you have a small diet, the trick here is to share a beast size salad with another friend!

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Daily Cut
1 Raffles Place #B1-31
One Raffles Place
Singapore 048616
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Goodfoodheals

Salad Bento. You do not get to choose what goes into each bentos, but you get to choose what you will like to focus on – Body, Skin or Muscles. The items in each bentos have been carefully selected to ensure your objectives are met and a sustained diet on these will definitely help cleanse your body well. These bentos are slightly on the bland side tastewise, though matching dressing are provided.

We say, the bentos from Goodfoodheals really focus on eating well without the usual sweet dressing (which are not really healthy, right?).

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Good Food Heals
10 North Canal Road
Singapore 048823
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SaladStop

Probably the largest chain of salad place in town, with 5 branches in and around the Raffles Place area. They have their popular Signatures and Classic Salads and Wraps, or you can choose to choose whatever you want to be in your salad mix for the day! Being a chain, they have the luxury of perfecting their operations and the efficient kitchen clears long queues every lunch hour. Yet, their quality remains top-notch, fresh ingredients coupled with fast service and their online ordering system, this is probably what most salad bars should aspire to!

Salad Stops

Photo Credits: Saladstop Pte Ltd

SaladStop
30 Raffles Place #01-36
Chervon House Singapore 048622
Other CBD locations: Capital Tower, Marina Bay Financial Centre, One George Street, The Sail
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Skinny Salads

Another concept under the Spa Esprit Group, Skinny Salads offers a more diverse range of pre-determined salads than your usual salad bars. With selections from oriental-influenced options to the Mediterranean-inspired salads, Skinny Salads comes up top as my preferred choice. And if you wallet permits, grab one of their detoxifying juices!

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Skinny Salads
100AM, 100 Tras Street, #01-03
Singapore 079027
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Smør

Scandinavian-inspired sandwich, the only carbs that get featured on this list, is a rather hearty meal. Smør does open-faced sandwiches, with various choices for toppings, including Smoked Norwegian Salmon, Norwegian Herrings and the Swedish Herb-Roasted Sirloin. Whether hot or cold, these sandwiches are almost heavenly. Do bear in mind, the small portion and therefore the relative high price makes Smør a choice for the small eaters.

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Smør
One Raffles Place, #B1-23
Singapore 048616
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The Lawn Cafe

One of the few salad bars which cater for people like me – Savoury Salads! Mix-and-match styled, pick what you like for your daily greens and top it with the grills of your choice. If going green proves too tough for you, probably The Lawn Cafe will help you tide through this better. An occasional salad lunch here helps, whether it is for the health conscious or the guilty souls!

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The Lawn Cafe
8 Shenton Way
#B1-11, AXA Tower
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Tossz Salads

Pick your choice of greens, and match it with any of the classic salad mix! Probably the only salad bar in town that actually let you change your choice of vegetable daily even if your choice of mix remains the same – it is less boring this way, no? Both branches can get very busy during the peak lunch hours, head down just before noon or after 1pm, and you will comfortably grab your healthy salad in peace mood!

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Tossz Salads
100 Tras Street #01-11
100AM Singapore 079027
Other CBD locations: China Square Central
Opensnap Link

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For more on where to eat in Singapore, head over to OpenSnap’s Best Restaurants and Dishes in Singapore guide!

OpenSnap is a photo-based food search engine by OpenRice, where you can get dish-level recommendations and ratings at each of the restaurants! This helps you to zoom-in on what are the most delicious dishes at each the restaurants (1 – 5 stars) rated by the diners themselves; you cannot get more honest reviews than this!

You can also search for restaurant ideas using their location-based search, share photos of your eats and even interact with fellow foodies!

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For my favourite part of OpenSnap, you get to enjoy the latest dining privileges across the featured restaurants with 900 dining offers from more than 500 restaurants and counting! And if you are looking to impress, just click on the “Offers Nearby” tab, and you can start sharing your knowledge of the best deals near you!

OpenSnap is available for download on iTunes and Google Play app store. For more information about the application, visit OpenSnap.

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