We’re not really into the “superfoods” movement because we’re of the notion that things only taste good because its bad for you, and the opposite also holds true.

A friend of ours whom we hadn’t met in a long time picked this place at the Raffles Medical building opposite Holland Village, and we didn’t want to be rude and counter propose something that isn’t “healthy”. We decided to drop by after a morning hike. 

We were very pleasantly surprised by their classic large Acai bowl which is made up of “organic acai blend topped with coconut flakes, banana, strawberries & blueberries”.

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This is one of the few times that we’ve enjoyed an acai bowl with fruit and muesli. For something savoury, I had the smoked salmon with waffles and eggs. An interesting combination, but I’ve had better salmon breakfasts and I wouldn’t recommend it unless you’re really feeling like smoked salmon.

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I’ve heard excellent things about their Viking Protein Bowl and would probably get that the next time I’m around. It’s made up of roasted beef, grilled chicken, smoked salmon, tofu, egg, and quinoa.

If you’re in the Holland Village area, check out Haakon Super Foods & Juice! It’s right above the fairly new train station that’ll take you straight to town. 

If you’re visiting Singapore and Orchard is not your thing, there are plenty of other places to go and we hope you’ll find some ideas here. 

 

 

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