In Singapore this year, we've seen loads of infographics telling us how much we'd need to exercise in order to burn off calories.

However, exercising is just one part of the equation. In fact, fitness experts often say – abs are made in the kitchen!

Food intake is extremely important in helping us get back on track to eating healthy as well. Instead of eating home-packed salads every day, we at have shortlisted the 10 Best Places To Eat Healthy Food in Singapore where you can go indulge in lunch or dinner without feeling guilty!

In This 10 Places To Eat Healthy Guide

Salad Bars
Soup For The Soul
Fill Up On Protein
Money-Saving Tips

Salad Bars

Salad Bars are the quintessential meal when it comes to eating healthy. Recent years have seen a huge growth in the number of salad bars in Singapore, and many even come with a healthy dose of protein to ensure that our stomachs are filled and satisfied.

Here's a list of places where you can find your healthy dose of greens that do not come in frustratingly small portions.

1. Toss And Turn By Cedele

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I've always loved Cedele for their high quality fresh food and when I first saw their salad bars, I knew it was going to be a hit.

They've opened a shop called Toss & Turn, an eatery specialising in salad and soup which serves similar healthy fare. Its design-your-own salads come in huge portions and often leave me feeling like I've eaten much more than just a salad.


#01-113/114 Vivo City
1 Harbourfront Walk
Singapore 098585

#B4-55, Ion Orchard
2 Orchard Turn
Singapore 238801

2. Salad Stop

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With 14 outlets islandwide, there has to be something Salad Stop is doing right to get us munching on greens.

Their custom made salads allow you to choose from over 35 free toppings and 20 homemade dressings.

Even their salads-to-order are making waves with funky names like Go Geisha, Oh Crab Lah! and Inhale Ex-Kale.

You can even order online now and pick it up at the nearest outlet to you an hour later – saves you time from queuing!


TANGS at Tangs Plaza
310 Orchard Rd
Singapore 238864

The Sail
4 Marina Boulevard
Singapore 018986

391 Orchard Road #B2 07-9-3
Singapore 238873

Suntec City (Tower 3)
3 Temasek Boulevard
Singapore 038983

One George Street
1 George St #01-01
Singapore 049145

Novena Square
238 Thomson Rd #02-24
Singapore 307683

9 North Buona Vista Road
Singapore 138588

Marina Bay Financial Centre
8A Marina Blvd #B2-77 / #B2-78
Singapore 018984

Haji Lane
19 Haji Lane #01-01
Singapore 189212

Great World City
1 Kim Seng Promenade
Singapore 237994

No 1, Fusionopolis Way
Connexis #01-03
Singapore 138632

Chevron House
30 Raffles Place #01-36
Singapore 048622

Citylink Mall
One Raffles Link #B1-13
Singapore 039393

Capital Tower
168 Robinson Road
Singapore 068912

3. Simply Wrapps

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Offering healthy wraps filled to the brim with veggies, Simply Wrapps hits the right spot at catering for those who just want greens and those who need a little more carbs.

Have you seen their wraps? They are so huge and filled with goodness you'd never think that eating salads could be so "sinful".


Raffles City Shopping Centre
B1-60 (Near UOB Bank)
252 North Bridge Road
Singapore - 179103

HarbourFront Centre
Unit 01-51/52, 1 Maritime Square
Singapore - 099253

Income @Raffles
16 Collyer Quay, Unit#01-16/17
Singapore - 049318

Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road, Unit#B2-26
Singapore - 238839

Ion Orchard
2 Orchard Turn, Unit#B4-30
Singapore - 238801

4. The Salad Corner

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If you are working in the CBD and are surrounded by health-conscious colleagues, you'd know The Salad Corner even if you aren't a salad-muncher.

The shop is literally OLs' (office ladies) favourite place as it counts as one of the cheapest places to eat in the area, around $4.90 per salad.


Amoy Street Food Centre
7 Maxwell Rd
Singapore 069111

Amoy Street Food Centre
7 Maxwell Rd
Singapore 069111

50 Market Street
Singapore 048940
(Golden Shoe)

Tanjong Pagar Plaza #01-04
Singapore 082001

Westgate Basement
2 Kiosk B2-K1

5. The Lawn

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Over at The Lawn, grilled meats and seafood take the centre-stage rather than the salads. Diners get to customise their own salads with yummy grills.

There are even grilled veggies for the vegetarians! The Lawn provides a healthy serve of olive rice too if vegetables are too light for you.


31 Biopolis Way
#01-07, Nanos
Singapore 138669

8 Shenton Way
#B1-11, AXA Tower
Singapore 068811

Soup For the Soul

Having an Asian palate might mean you are more accustomed to eating food that's cooked rather than a cold bowl of salad.

But this does not mean you need to content yourself with oily stir-fry vegetables doused in heavy gravy and sauce.

Soups make a great choice because the liquid provides a feeling of fullness; plus, there is such a large variety of soups to choose from.

6. Soup Spoon

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Soup lovers cannot dispute that Soup Spoon remains one of the favourite soup bars in Singapore. In fact, they are quite the pioneer! Having been around since 2002, the successful brand has some 23 outlets in Singapore and has even expanded to include other food brands serving yummilicious food.

Soup Spoon takes pride in serving less processed food with zero preservatives and has even introduced a "Souper Diet" which has showed results of an average 4.3 kg loss on a 28-day soup diet.

Even if you aren't keen to go on such an extreme diet, incorporating lunches at Soup Spoon will probably do great to help you start eating clean.

What's more, the caloric content that's displayed will greatly aid those tracking their calorie intake as well.

It's also nice that the kitchen reinvents itself by bringing in seasonal soups, providing more variety from their menu staples.


Changi City Point
Basement 1 Unit 24/25

Raffles City Shopping Centre
Basement 1 Unit 61

Basement 2 Unit 37

White Sands
Level 2 Unit 33

Nanyang Technological University
50 Nanyang Avenue
Academic Complex North Spine
Singapore 639798

Waterway Point Mall
83 Punggol Central
B1-12 Waterway Point Mal
Singapore 828761

Asia Square Tower 1
Level 2 Unit 13

Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC)
Level 1 Unit 21

AXA Tower
Basement 1 Unit 15

Bugis Junction
Basement 1 Unit K24A

Basement 2 Unit 10

ION Orchard
Basement 4 Unit 67/68

Level 2 Unit 5

Leisure Park Kallang
Level 1 Unit 08/09

Marina Bay Financial Centre
Basement 2 Unit 41/42/43

Novena Square
Level 1 Unit 62/63

Paragon Shopping Centre
Basement 1 Unit K4/K7

Raffles Xchange
Basement 1 Unit 62

Plaza Singapura
Level 3 Unit 21

Suntec City
Level 2 Unit 308

Tampines Mall
Basement 1 Unit K2

Tanjong Pagar Xchange
Basement 1 Unit 31

112 Katong (formerly Katong Mall)
Basement 1 Unit 12/28

7. Soup Stock Tokyo

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Soup Stock Tokyo has been around since 1999 but it's relatively new in Singapore. Seasonal ingredients are sourced from Japanese farms and the soup chain similarly embraces the no additives, no-MSG principle.

The menu consists of some exclusive Japanese favourites such as Hokkaido pumpkin potage, Tokyo borsch and Hokkaido crab bisque.


313 Orchard Road
#B-14 & B2-53/53A
Singapore 238895  

#02-27(B) 100AM
100 Tras Street
Singapore 079027

Fill Up On Protein

For those watching their macronutrients, you might find that the conventional Singaporean diet is high in carbohydrates and low in quality protein.

Catering to an increasingly health-and-fitness-conscious crowd, these eateries offer menus that will keep you full with quality protein while still keeping your diet healthy.

8. The Daily Cut

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The Daily Cut sees long queues during lunch and dinner hours at their flagship store at 1 Raffles Place.

They serve protein bowls packed with grilled meats such as Sirloin steaks, chicken thighs and salmon fillets.

If bulking is your aim, you can always choose from the largest of the 3 portions – the "Beast" option and top it up with extra complex carbs of sweet potatoes, brown rice or whole grain pasta.

The Daily Cut offers healthy food that beats the stereotype that you gotta be a rabbit in order to eat healthy!


1 #B1-31 One Raffles Place
Singapore 048616

1 Fusionopolis Pl
#01-22/23 Galaxis
Singapore 138632

9. Caveman Food

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Have you already heard of the Paleo diet? The Paleo diet focuses on eating how cavemen used to eat. The diet consists largely of fresh proteins like meat and fish and it also includes vegetables. It excludes dairy, grains and processed food.

While the principle looks simple, it's actually pretty hard to stick to given that so much of what we consume everyday is somewhat processed or drenched in heavy gravy made with cream or flour.

Caveman Food serves its staple of proteins that are cooked simply with spices, being careful not to use any artificial flavouring, MSG or sugar.

A set meal comes with your choice of protein, and 2 side dishes that include complex carbs, baked eggs or greens.


Caveman Dine In
1 Vista Exchange Green
The Star Vista #02-27C
Singapore 138617

Caveman Take-Away Kiosk
10 Sinaran Road #B1-130
Square 2 Basement
Singapore 307506

10. Shinkansen

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Shinkansen offers Japanese-styled protein bowls, platters and sets for those who want to eat clean, strong and zen.

You get to choose from two sizes of bowls, with the bigger "Station" portion giving you 2 servings of protein.

You can go light by having vegetables as your base or go for a more filling mixed grain sushi rice with assorted greens or the buckwheat soba noodles.

The protein portions are greatly Japanese-inspired – yakiniku steak, miso braised pork, tuna sashimi and yuzu honey roast chicken – you get the drift. Definitely the place for Japanese food lovers to eat clean!


Raffles Place
Ocean Financial Centre
10 Collyer Quay #B1-08
Singapore 049315

Tanjong Pagar
100am @ Tanjong Pagar
100 Tras Street #03-22
Singapore 079027

Money-Saving Tips

Check these 4 saving tips for dining out to get some good ideas of how to spend less on your meals! You can also save money with our pick of the 2 best credit cards for dining in Singapore.

Do you prefer eating at home? Take a look at these 10 non-fast-food deliveries in Singapore for every taste and budget. Enjoy!