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Life in the Healthy Lane

Our relationship with food has come a long way. From its evolution as a survival instinct to the stories of our culture, food has a strong connection to our identities. As we discover and experiment with new and exciting flavours and ingredients, we learn more about their effects on our bodies and wellbeing. This influence can be seen in the changes not only in our cuisine but also in our diets.

Traditionally, the Singaporean diet has been front-loaded with dominant portions of carbs, fats and proteins. However, as we embrace and adapt the learnings from other cultures and the techniques of food nutritionists, there has been a shift towards a dietary evolution and a demand for healthier diets and cleaner eats. Luckily for us, cafes and restaurants across the island are starting to offer delicious, wholesome dishes that are bursting with flavour. Whether you're a vegetarian or vegan or a meat-eater looking for a healthier alternative, you're bound to find something you love on our list of the best spots around Singapore to get your healthy plate fix on. Let's dig in!





Serving up freshly prepared ingredients with their ethos, 'Eat Well, Be Well', Cedele's menu offers hearty meals free from artificial processed ingredients, baked goods, and salads. Start with Supergreen ($17++), wholewheat pasta served with locally-produced kale from Sustenir Agriculture, which specialises in urban farming, zucchini, coriander pesto, and poached egg, and topped with almond flakes and grana padano cheese. Besides being healthy for you, locally grown produce is also healthy for the environment; they promote sustainability by reducing the carbon emissions required for transportation.

For a truly local and healthy meal, round off your meal with locally brewed kombucha from Kombynation Co. Though fermented tea, otherwise known as Kombucha, sounds less than appealing, the drink provides a great source of probotics and antioxidants. 

Cedele is located at B2-120, The Shoppes. With a Sands Rewards membership, you can earn 10% instant Reward Dollars with your meal. Sign up today to enjoy all-day free parking, exclusive birthday offers, and more!





Located at ArtScience Museum, SweetSpot features a wholesome menu that's created with your wellness in mind. Choose from their range of signature salads, with classics like Caesar Salad ($14) and satisfying favourites like Wafu Salad with Fish ($18), with a base of mixed mesclun and buckwheat noodles, served with edamame, fish of the day, heirloom tomato, furikake, topped with a drizzle of delicious yuzu shoyu dressing. Better yet, build your own salad bowl ($16) with your choice of base, greens, antipasto, topping, and dressing. For a full meal, add a warm protein to your salad for an additional $2.

Pair your salad with one of their signature smoothies ($10) and you are set for a healthy yet delicious meal. SweetSpot offers healthy food guaranteed to put a smile on your face and fill your stomach. 

SweetSpot is located at Lobby, ArtScience Museum.


Impossible Burger at Bread Street Kitchen


Power Plants

This drive towards cleaner, balanced, and healthier eating has sparked a rise in the popularity of plant-based diets. Once considered bland alternatives to meat-heavy diets, vegetarian and vegan foods and cuisine have become the new darlings of the kitchen. With changing generations, concerns about the environment, and advances in tech and food science, people are finding bold and diverse ways to make greens great again. 

One such innovator changing the game is California-based Impossible Foods Inc. These gastro geniuses have found a way to give their pure plant-based protein products the taste, texture, and characteristics of meat, which was previously thought impossible. Even more surprising is that Impossible's meat-free treats contain no gluten, cholesterol, or antibiotics, and reduce the drain on resources associated with traditional animal farming for gunk and guilt-free food. 


Impossible Wellington at Bread Street Kitchen


Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay

Like the man himself, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay is not known for its shy, reserved approach to food. Executive chef Sabrina Stillhart undertook the impressive task of incorporating Impossible's plant-based meat in their menu, creating The Impossible Flatbread (S$24++). Chunks of Impossible meat, loaded melty caramelised onions, rocket pesto, and chopped walnuts for a bit of crunch, all on a gooey, chewy base that gets moreish with every bite. 

No experience at Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay restaurant is complete without trying the signature Beef Wellington. Vegetarians can rejoice with the Impossible Wellington (S$39++), a meat-free reimagining of Bread Street Kitchen's menu classic. Crammed with Impossible plant-based meat, nestled in layers of herbed crepes and mushrooms before being hugged by a beautifully golden, flaky crust, this dish is fit for all to enjoy. Served alongside mash and red wine glazed carrots, it is truly a fabulous, meat-free alternative to the real deal.

Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay is located at L1-81, The Shoppes


Black Tap Burgers & Craft Beer


Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer

Burgers are a staple of any enjoyable meal, but too much of a good thing, no matter how delicious and juicy, can ruin your waistline. Thankfully, the Impossible All-American Burger by Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer is the definition of a guilt-free guilty pleasure. The party kicks off with the patty, a seven-ounce, meatless plant-based wonder, lightly seasoned to bring out the flavours. It's then seared to a pleasing deep brown and crowned with Monterey Jack cheese and hit with a splash of smoked bacon ketchup. All served with a side of golden, crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside chips. 

Round-off your meal with a craft beer or one of Black Tap's patented Crazy Shake Milkshakes. The Cotton Candy Strawberry Shake is a popular choice, or you can complement your plant-based burger with the Vegan Black' N White Cakeshake.

Located at L1-80, The Shoppes, Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer is open daily 11am - 9pm.    



CUT by Wolfang Puck

Adorned with a Michelin Star, CUT is for every meat maven who is serious about their cuts. Their beloved Mini Kobe Sliders are some of the best burgers you can find anywhere in Singapore. For veggie lovers, enjoy them with no regrets with their Impossible sliders. Cradled by two pillow-soft mini brioche buns, each slider is cooked to medium-well perfection and finished with smoked shallot jalapeno marmalade, garlic aioli, and CUT's famous house-made sweet pickles. 

Spice up your meal with one of the many original and luscious handcrafted mocktails or cocktails from the extensive beverage menu. One of our favourites is the signature Rough Love cocktail, made with Tanqueray No. Ten, Champagne, Shiso Umeshu, and lime. On Tuesdays, 5pm – 9pm, celebrate Social Hour by enjoying 50% off Rough Love and other cocktails at Marina Bay Sands.

CUT is open 5pm – 12am daily and is located at B1-71, The Shoppes


Discovering unique plant-based takes on familiar meat-based dishes and menu staples is clearly not a mission Impossible. Enjoy the best of both worlds with these Impossible-based dishes at Marina Bay Sands. 

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Local food set within Marina Bay Sands.

Rasapura Masters and Toast Box are your go-to stops for local food, whatever you're after. If you're at Rasapura Masters, take the chance to admire Digital Light Canvas – a digital art installation comprising over 400,000 LEDs. 

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