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19 Affordable Salad Bars in Singapore Where You Can Find Options Under S$12

New year (not just any new year, but a new decade!), new me! Forget your holiday self, who went overboard with binge eating. That was 2019’s you – 2020 is the time of new beginnings, and you’re finally going to stick to your new year resolution! What better way is there to kick the decade off than with a healthier and trimmer you?

When we talk about health-conscious eating and dieting, the first food item that comes to mind is salad. Especially for those carnivores among us, the thought of eating salads regularly can seem an overly daunting task. It doesn’t help that many might imagine salads as being plain tasting, monotonous to prepare, and more expensive than more substantial food options; it is no wonder that few manage to see this particular resolution through to the year’s end.

Rather than embark on an insurmountable task of breaking your bank (and spirit), join us on a hunt for good, affordable, wholesome foods.

We’ve compiled a list of salad bars that serve up fresh, palatable and affordable salads for under, or at, the S$12 mark. You can now have your green(back)s and eat them too!

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The next best thing to making salads yourself, Cold Storage’s Salad Counter is heaven-sent for those of us looking for a more affordable option without compromising on portion size and quality.

At older bars, prices start at S$4.99 to takeaway a DIY salad with three toppings and free mixed seeds or dried fruits.

For the newer CREATE salad sections, you can choose either a DIY salad – S$7.90 for two toppings and additional meat – or a premade bowl to go or to have in-house. Besides having more premium items like Black Pepper Ragu, the house bowls are equally satisfying – we suggest the salmon-centric Fresh Off The Hook (S$11.40) and the Thai-inspired Suay Mak Mak! (S$8.90).

252 North Bridge Road
Raffles City Shopping Centre, #B1-01
Singapore 179103
Tel: +65 6336 2676 / 2267
Daily: 8am – 11pm
Nearest Station: City Hall
** Multiple outlets islandwide.


For those wary about not just price, but also the monotony of a vegetable-based dish, Munch Saladsmitth may just be the place for you.

Boasting a team with over a hundred years of cumulative F&B experience and with the motto of serving only food that the kitchen team is willing to eat too, you can expect even their salads to hold a heartiness and full-bodied flavour profile that is atypical of many of its contemporaries.

Fancy fish? Go for the lighter option of John Dory (S$12). Craving chicken? The Roast Chicken (S$12) is a flavourful take on the classic salad staple without incurring any sinful penalties.

1 Raffles Place
One Raffles Place, #B1-16
Singapore 048616
Tel: +65 6438 1456
Mon to Fri: 8am – 9.30pm
Sat: 10am – 4pm
(Closed on Sundays)
Nearest Station: Raffles Place
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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Finding economical food in the CBD can be an uphill task, let alone something that is both easy on the calories as well as your wallet. Providing economical salads (from S$5.90) since its inception in 2016, Salad Co. SG provides a gastronomical (and economical) respite for the health-conscious population in the CBD.

Besides the price, Salad Co. SG has another draw: instead of being forced to subsist on a mandatory base, you can choose to go without here. Say goodbye to the days of filling up on undesirable vegetables; now you can eat what you really want to instead!

10 Anson Road
International Plaza, #01-17
Singapore 0799903
Tel: +65 6221 9556
Mon to Fri: 10am – 4pm
(Closed on Saturdays & Sundays)
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar
** Multiple outlets islandwide.


If eating sustainably is as important as eating healthily to you, this brand fulfils that criterion and more.

As one of the pioneers to healthy eating in Singapore, Saladstop spent its years fostering ties to local communities while building on a portfolio of healthy and delicious food.

In its desire to pay homage to nature, the brand ensures that controllable ends of its supply chain comply with its core values to impart an element of sustainability in all its offerings. The next time you head over for a mix and match salad (S$9.90), you can rest assured that every item in the bowl served is honest, sustainable and trustworthy.

168 Robinson Road

Capitol Tower, #01-05
Singapore 068912
Tel: +65 6820 7670
Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 8.30pm
(Closed on Saturdays & Sundays)
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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As per its namesake, Salads & Wraps specialises in precisely those items. Its salads are as hefty as its wraps; their junior salad contains six toppings for S$7, while the regular with all throw-ins is at the wallet-friendly S$10. If you’ve a bigger appetite, the latter is the ideal option for you!

To start the new decade, why not venture out of your culinary comfort zone with something more interesting from the Speciality Junior Salads menu? For example, the Avocado Shrimp (S$8.

50) is a wonderful alternative to more common protein bases and holds a hint of sweetness courtesy of its raisin addition.

12 Gopeng Street
Icon Village, #01-86/87
Singapore 078877
Tel: +65 9433 3860
Mon to Fri: 11am – 8pm
Sun: 11am – 3.30pm
(Closed on Saturdays)
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar


Most of us love salmon. Lusciously succulent with a wonderful brine-touched sweetness, for many of us, it is a perennial fish of choice for our salads. The next time you’re looking to scratch that salmon itch without jeopardising your diet or bank account, drop by Salmon Samurai for salmon, salmon, and more salmon.

The new concept of the Shinkansen team, Salmon Samurai has streamlined its salad bar into a DIY donburi place focusing on salmon instead. Before any weight-watchers turn away in disappointment at the inclusion of carbs, and single protein present, you can still craft a mixed greens salad (S$9.90) from this new menu that is just as substantial.

100 Tras Street

100AM, #01-11
Singapore 079027
Tel: +65 6543 6823
Daily: 11am – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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Those who pick Simply Wrapps over its competitors do so for a very simple reason: there’s nowhere else in Singapore that serves up palatable salads with such an extensive list of nutritious ingredients – a whopping fifty toppings – and vibrant dressings – eighteen house specials – to pick from.

Worried about choice paralysis? Feel free to consult any of the friendly staff available, or try one of the fifteen chef creations instead. Ranging from S$9.90 to S$11.90, you can take a globetrotting taste adventure by sampling the range of country-themed bowls – if you’re cutting calories, try Amazing Thailand; for those with more leeway, Arabian Paradise is fantastically flavoured.

2 Orchard Turn
Ion Orchard, #B4-30
Singapore 238801
Tel: +65 6509 6008
Daily: 8am – 9. 30pm
Nearest Station: Orchard
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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An Australian brand, Sumo Salad’s sole outlet in Singapore is in a rather unexpected location. Found inside Holland Village MRT Station – yes, we mean the actual station, not next to it – this kiosk capitalises on the busy footfall, and the working population and the residents in the vicinity.

Unlike the usual mix and match concept, customers get to choose from a set collection of salads (S$9.50 for small; S$10.50 for large): the Warm Moroccan Lamb is especially delightful with its blend of lemon acidity and spiced protein, while the Pumpkin & Pinenut is a sweet vegetarian alternative that’s light in flavour yet substantial in portion.

200 Holland Avenue
Holland Village MRT Station, #B1-11
Singapore 278995
Tel: +65 9088 4580

Daily: 9am – 9pm
Nearest Station: Holland Village

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Predominantly a purveyor of fruits, the uninitiated will likely be oblivious that this is one of the most budget-friendly salads you can find in the CBD. Beginning at just S$5.80 – with additional S$1.50 top-ups for premium meats – you can get a lettuce base alongside five non-meat sides in a takeaway box.

What Sunmoon Fresh lacks in variety – they do have some interesting choices like pomegranate and guava – it makes up for in portion sizes. Deconstructing the salad during eating unveils a plentiful serving that will placate even the most voracious eaters. With unparalleled value like this, go early, or risk the daily meandering lunch queue!

114 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068583
Tel: +65 6634 3575
Mon to Fri: 8am – 7pm
Sat: 10am – 4pm
(Closed on Sundays)
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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Tired of boring, healthy meals? This 2020, there’s no need to test your will by eating bland and uninspired salads. The Daily Cut hopes to subvert that trend by plating up fresh, wholesome, nutritious food to show Singaporeans that eating healthy can be a delectable affair too.

While the menu is seasonal, the prices are not: bowls are S$9 for petite, S$12 for regular and S$15 for large.

Unsure of what to pick? This winter, go for the piquant halloumi or the alluring sweetness of the passion fruit vinaigrette to finish your salad. For the truly health-conscious, hop on their website for a detailed breakdown of your bowl’s nutritional information.

1 Raffles Place
One Raffles Place, #B1-31
Singapore 048616
Tel: +65 6443 3391
Mon to Fri: 11am – 9pm
Sat & Sun: 11am – 4pm
Nearest Station: Raffles Place
** Multiple outlets islandwide.


The Green Bar seeks to elevate the experience into a more gourmet one. How does it do that?

Firstly, it offers a curated array of freshly prepared house salads with an equally colourful mix and match selection. To really up the ante on luxury, house dressings here can contain up to thirteen ingredients!

Next, it provides cosy seating that’s comparable to any other respected establishment. Bathed in warm hues of brown, it’s comfortable and bright, making it a conducive place for the working crowd to convene during lunch hours.

The kicker? You can experience all that for between a very reasonable S$8.90 to S$13.90. What a steal!

9 Raffles Boulevard
Millenia Walk, #01-91
Singapore 039596
Tel: +65 6336 0780
Mon to Fri: 8am – 9pm
Sat & Sun: 11am – 5.30pm
Nearest Station: Promenade
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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Packed neatly inside bento boxes, The Lawn’s salads are a captivating kaleidoscope of technicolour, enticing in their vividness and brimming with freshness. By marrying style and flavours, the brand hopes to excite by moving salads from a boring, single-person dish into a viable sharing option between friends and colleagues.

While the premade bowls tend towards a pricier end of the spectrum, their Create Your Own bowls start are at a friendlier range of S$10.30 to S$10.90. Touting its tagline of “meat your greens”, you have a choice of either a traditional salad bowl with five toppings or a heavier carb-based bowl featuring your preferred grill(s) instead.

31 Biopolis Way
Nanos, #01-07
Singapore 138669
Tel: +65 6478 9739 / Whatsapp: +65 8403 3426
Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 9pm
Sat & Sun: 10.30am – 4pm
Nearest Station: Buona Vista

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Another salad bar furnished with a huge assortment of toppings and equally large portions, The Saladbox offers over forty ingredients – including more unorthodox items like shimeji mushrooms and red brown rice – and thirteen dressings for customers to customise to their hearts’ content.

With that vast a selection, you’d expect the luxury of choice to be translated into some form of price increment; on the contrary, the brand offers pick-your-own salads with complimentary dressing from just S$6. 95. If the sheer variety is daunting, why not decide from the slew of all-day-favourites (from S$7.50) – get the timeless Crispy Caesar Salad at only S$8! – available instead?

11 Tanjong Katong Road
KINEX Shopping Mall, #B1-36
Singapore 437157
Tel: +65 6336 6265
Daily: 10am – 9pm
Nearest Station: Paya Lebar

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Yet another popular salad bar residing in the CBD, The Salad Corner has garnered a healthy crowd willing to brave the outlets’ enduring queues to get their fix of greens.

Given the intense competition in the area, The Salad Corner manages to stay afloat through the following combination: a robust serving, a broad range of toppings and an economical price tag.

While inflation has siphoned away its once extraordinarily suppressed prices, the brand keeps its regular salads under S$10, large salads around S$10, and extra-large ones around S$12 (all prices vary depending on outlet).

Here’s a hack for newcomers: send an SMS preorder to beat the queue instead!

7 Maxwell Road
Amoy Street Food Centre, #B1-41
Singapore 069111
Tel: +65 9853 4093 (SMS only)
Mon to Fri: 10am – 2.30pm
(Closed on Saturdays & Sundays)
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar / Telok Ayer
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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A persistent quandary faced by establishments is finding balance between convenience and convictions.

For homegrown brand, The Salad Shop, this manifests through offering authentic, inventive meals that promote sustainability, while keeping prices reasonable. Additional initiatives include encouraging customers to reduce waste by bringing their own containers for a S$0.50 discount on any salad.

Keeping to its belief, its toppings and feeds are mostly common items, but with special flourishes. Whether you’re enjoying the refreshing flavours of the chilli lime cucumber or the spicy tang from the cauliflower curry turmeric, you will be promised a wholesome salad (S$9 and up) with a taste profile unlike others.

80 Raffles Place
UOB Plaza 2, #01-20
Singapore 048624
Tel: +65 6536 3686
Mon to Fri: 11am – 8pm
(Closed on Saturdays & Sundays)
Nearest Station: Raffles Place
** Multiple outlets islandwide.


Set up by the Cedele group, Toss & Turn is the chain’s answer to its customers’ demand for healthier and more customisable fare. Located mainly in the city centre, the brand serves the health-conscious population by giving them an easily accessible and affordable healthy alternative.

While most of the menu is slightly over the S$12 mark, Toss & Turn’s appeal lies in its seriously sizable salads and the fantastically full-bodied flavours contained within. To illustrate, their signature salads contain a staggering eight toppings – inclusive of protein! – a carb base, and a deliciously wicked dressing (the plum sesame is absolutely divine). Now that is a hefty meal!

290 Orchard Road
Paragon, #B1-09
Singapore 238859
Tel: +65 6974 2128
Mon to Fri: 9am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Orchard
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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 One of the forerunners in the local sous vide trend, Wafuken is proud to plate up food with an innate complexity of flavours without the need for excessive touch-ups, and dishes that retain the ingredients’ nutritional benefits courtesy of careful preparation.

Specialising in bowls, Wafuken’s menu is built similar to salad bars: mixing and matching protein and sides, then paying only for the items you’d chosen.

Need a protein on protein meal for gains? Sure, do you want duck, chicken, saba, or all three? Need a salad but can’t give up carbs? Why not add konnyaku and soba with your greens?

At Wafuken, the gastronomical creations are yours.

12 Marina View
Asia Square Tower 2, #02-05
Singapore 018961
Tel: +65 9459 6073
Mon to Fri: 11am – 8pm
(Closed on Saturdays & Sundays)
Nearest Station: Downtown
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

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Would you believe us if we told you one of the most long-lived and popular salad bars in Singapore is vegetarian? Created by the Eight Treasures Vegetarian Restaurant group, Well Dressed Salad Bar has been quietly showing the health-conscious crowd that salads do not need a meat supplement to give it flavour and depth.

The secret to the magnetism of the brand – besides its humble from S$5.50 price range – lies not in offering extraordinary ingredients. Instead, it excels by providing toppings of an exceptional level of freshness, and by infusing extra dimensions to their bowls through dressings made by melding usually disparate flavours into a refreshing, cohesive new whole.

282A South Bridge Road
Singapore 058831
Tel: +65 6534 7787
Daily: 12pm – 9.30pm
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer

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Rounding off the list is another Japanese-styled establishment that provides DIY bowls (from S$10). While their other outlets predominantly serve premade creations, WHEAT Design Your Own Bowl kiosks hand customers the ability to enjoy the brand’s healthy, tantalising fare – salmon sashimi in your salad, yum! – with the luxury of customisation.

Alternatively, if there isn’t a DYOB kiosk in accessible proximity, you can still opt for a premade salad at WHEAT’s other branches. Indulge in a full salmon slab atop a copious bed of greens for just S$12, or get the Penguin salad – no penguins here, just chicken and eggs – which features a soba base for only S$10.

313 Somerset Road
[email protected], #B3-46
Singapore 238895
Tel: +65 9012 3037
Daily: 11am – 9pm
Nearest Station: Somerset
** Multiple outlets islandwide.

Top Salad Bars – Ultimate Guide To Best Salads In Singapore | AspirantSG

Going “green” is the next ‘In’ thing on our little red dot especially for the ladies. It has become quite a common sight for busy executives to consume gourmet salads for their weekday lunch. Well, eating your vegetables does have its benefits – green salads help one to have higher blood levels of antioxidants – and this protect our body from damage caused by free radicals. Furthermore, vegetables contain a lot of water and tend to be high in fibre which makes it the perfect choice of diet for those who wish to slim down. So here we are putting all the Top Salad Bars together for the ultimate guide to the best salad places in Singapore! You may also like to check out Healthy Food Places To Diet, Lose Weight & Eat Clean In CBD Singapore too.

1. Foodology Fresh

Address: 45 Maxwell Road #01-02, Singapore 069118 l Opening Hours: 8:00am – 6:00pm (Mon – Fri) l Tel: +65 6223 9724 l Email: [email protected] l Website: l Facebook: Foodology Fresh l READ MORE

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2. Freshness Salad

Address: 20 Cecil Street Singapore 049705 l Opening Hours: 8:00am – 6.30pm (Mon – Fri), 8:00am – 4:00pm (Sat) l Tel: +65 9272 7241 l Website: l Facebook: Freshness Salad – Your healthier Choice

3. Fresh+

Asia Square Branch Address: Asia Square, 8 Marina View, Singapore 018960 l Opening Hours: 8:00am – 8.30pm (Mon – Fri) l Tel: +65 6636 1916

Robinson Road Branch Address: 39 Robinson Road, #01-01 Robinson Point, Singapore 068911 l Opening Hours: 7:00am – 7.30pm (Mon – Fri) l Tel: +65 6557 2739

Biopolis Branch Address: 8A Biomedical Grove, Immunos #01-17/18,Singapore 138648 l Opening Hours: 8:00am – 5.30pm (Mon – Fri) l Tel: +65 6636 1916

OFC branch Address: Ocean Financial Centre, #B1-10, 10 Collyer Quay Singapore 049315 l Opening Hours: 8:00am – 8. 30pm (Mon – Fri) l Tel: +65 6634 7585 l Email: [email protected] l Website: l Facebook: Fresh + l READ MORE

4. Grand Salads

Grand Salads @ AXA Tower Branch Address: AXA Tower #B1-18, 8 Shenton Way, Singapore 068811 l Opening Hours: 8:00am – 5.00pm Daily l Tel: +65 9664 5311

Grand Salads @ Suntec City Mall Branch Address: Suntec City Mall #B1-K09, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983 l Opening Hours: 10:00am – 9:00pm (Mon – Fri), 11:00am – 6:00pm (Sat – Sun) l Tel: +65 9664 5311

Grand Salads Bistro @ Solaris Address: Solaris , 1 Fusionopolis Walk, Singapore 138628 l Opening Hours: 8:00am – 6:00pm (Mon – Fri), 9:00am – 4:00pm (Sat) l Tel: +65 6570 3220 l Facebook: GrandSalads l READ MORE

5.  Myoumi Salad House

Suntec Branch Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard Suntec City Mall #B1-24/25/45 Stall No. 32, Singapore 038983 l Opening Hours: 9.00am – 10.00pm Daily l Tel: +65 8448 2011

Lau Pa Sat Branch Address: 18 Raffles Quay Lau Pa Sat, Stall No. 15 Singapore 048582 l Tel: +65 84482001

6. Health Fuel Station

Address: 4 Marina Boulevard #01-31A, Singapore 018986 l Opening Hours: 08:00am – 8:30pm (Mon – Fri), 11:00am – 6:00pm (Sat – Sun) l Tel: +65 6509 4955 l Email: [email protected] l Facebook: Health Fuel Station l READ MORE

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7. Salad & Wrap

Icon Village 12 Branch – Address: Gopeng Street, #01-86/87, Singapore 078877 | Opening Hours: 11:00am – 08:00pm (Mon – Fri), 11:00am – 3:30pm(Sun) | Tel: +65 9433 3860

The Centrepoint Branch – Address: 176 Orchard Road, #01-112 Singapore 238843 | Opening Hours: 10.30am – 8:30pm Daily | Tel: +65 8121 4177 | Website:

8. Mescluns

Address: 64 Circular Road, Singapore 049418 | Opening Hours: 11:00am – 8:00pm (Mon – Thu), 11:00am – 6:00pm (Fri) | Tel: +65 6221 8141 | Email: [email protected] | Facebook: Mescluns Salad Bar | READ MORE

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9. Munch Saladsmith

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10. Salad Corner

Amoy Street Branch: Address: Amoy Street Food Centre, #01-41 & #01-60 (Grab and Go Salad), 7 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069111 | Opening Hours: 9:00am – 7:00pm (Mon – Fri), Grab & Go: 9:00am – 3:00pm (Mon – Fri) | SMS Order: +65 9853 4093

Market Street Branch: Address: #01-10 & #03-20(Grab & Go Salad), 50 Market Street, Singapore 048940 | Opening Hours: 9:00am – 7:00pm (Mon – Fri) & Grab & Go: 9:00am – 3:00pm (Mon – Fri) | SMS Order: +65 8162 2922 | Tel: +65 8202 0522 | Email: [email protected] | Website: | Facebook: The Salad Corner | READ MORE

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11. Salad Shop

UOB Plaza Branch: Address: 80 Raffles Place #01-20 UOB Plaza 2, Singapore 048624 | Opening Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm (Mon – Fri) | Tel: +65 6536 3686

Anson Branch: Address: 79 Anson Road, #01-03, Singapore 079906 | Opening Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm (Mon – Fri) | Tel: +65 6534 8068

Cantonment Branch: Address: 65 Cantonment Road, Singapore 089759 | Opening Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm (Mon – Fri) | Tel: +65 6536 8486 | Email: [email protected] | Website: | Facebook: The Salad Shop (Singapore) | READ MORE

12. Salad Stop!

All Store & Opening Hours: | Email: [email protected] | Facebook: SaladStop! (Singapore) | READ MORE

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13. Saladworks Singapore

Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road (next to Jurong East MRT), Jem Shopping Mall #02-19, Singapore 608459 | Opening Hours: 10:30am – 10:00pm (Mon – Fri), 11:00am – 10:00pm (Sat – Sun) | Tel: +65 6734 7504 | Email: [email protected] | Website: | Facebook: Saladworks Singapore | READ MORE

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14. Shinkasen

Address: All Stores & Opening Hours | Email: [email protected] | Website: | Facebook: Shinkansen | READ MORE

15. Simply Salads

Address: Orchid Hotel, 1 Tras Link #01-13, Singapore 077867 | Opening Hours: 10:30am to 7:00pm (Mon – Fri), 11:00am to 5:00pm (Sat) | Tel: +65 9459 5501 | Email: [email protected] | Website: | Facebook: Simply Salads | READ MORE

16. Simply Wrapps

Address: Raffles City Shopping Center, 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-60, Singapore 179103 | Opening Hours: 10:00am to 9.30pm Daily | Tel: +65 6337 3542 | Email: [email protected] | Website: | Facebook: Simply Wrapps | READ MORE

17. Sumo Salad

Address & Tel: All Stores | Website: | Fan Page: SumoSalad | READ MORE

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18. The Green Bar

Millenia Walk Branch: Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard #01-91B. Singapore 039596 | Opening Hours: 10:30am – 9:30pm Daily | Tel: +65 6336 0780

Raffles Place Branch: Address: 16 Collyer Quay Hitachi Towers #01-16/17, Singapore 049318 | Opening Hours: 11:00am to 8.00pm (Mon – Fri) | Tel: 6493 6948 | Email: [email protected] | Facebook: The Green Bar | READ MORE

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19. The Lawn

Biopolis Branch – Address: 31 Biopolis Way, #01-07, Nanos, Singapore 138669 | Opening Hours: 11:15am – 09:00pm (Mon – Fri), 10:00am – 04:00pm (Sun) | Tel: +65 6478 9739

Shenton Branch – Address: 8 Shenton Way, #B1-11, AXA Tower, Singapore 068811 | Opening Hours: 10:30am – 09:00pm (Mon – Fri) | Tel: +65 6534 8749 | Email: [email protected] | Website: | Facebook: The Lawn | READ MORE

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20. Toss & Turn

Address: 2 Orchard Turn ION Orchard #B4-55, Singapore 238801 | Opening Hours: 10.00 am to 10.00 pm (Mon – Sun) | Tel: +65 6636 5835 | Website: | Facebook: Toss & Turn- Soup & Salad Bar by Cedele | READ MORE

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21. Tossz Salads

Address: 100 Tras Street,100AM, #01-11 Singapore 079027 | Opening Hours: 7.00am – 10.00pm (Mon – Fri), 10.00am- 2.30pm, 6.00pm – 9.00pm (Sat – Sun, Public Holiday) | Tel: +65 6536 6280 | Email: [email protected] | Website: tossz | READ MORE

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7 Salad Bar Buffets In Singapore Serving More Than Just Vegetables –

Eat your greens at these salad bar buffets

If you love your greens but can’t bear to shell out money for overpriced salad bowls that barely fill you up, these salad bar buffets will definitely hit the spot. Plus, almost half the joints on this list serve more than just fresh greens and vegetables, with yummy sides and desserts, such as Mediterranean pita bread and coffee jelly, gracing the spread! 

1. Pita Tree Mediterranean Kitchen and Bar

Besides healthy kebabs, grills, and stews that line Pita Tree’s a la carte menu, the restaurant also offers a lunch buffet ($17) with all-you-can-eat salads, dips, pita bread, vegetables, meat stews, soda, as well as the soup and dessert of the day. This bistro does not charge for service or GST too, perfect for those looking for a wallet-friendly and healthy meal at Boat Quay.

Read our review of Pita Tree here.

Address: 14 Lorong Telok, Boat Quay, Singapore 049027
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 11:30am to 10pm, Fri 11:30am to 12am, Sat 3pm to 12am

2. Earle Swensen

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The theme of Earle Swensen’s all-you-can-eat Salad Bar ($16.50++) changes regularly to keep things fresh and exciting for salad-lovers. The salad buffet bar here offers salads, crisp mixed greens, along with fruits and a variety of garnishes and salad dressings. If you think you won’t be filled with greens alone, you will be glad to know that you can get the best of both worlds by ordering a main course, as every order of main gets you complimentary access to the salad bar!

Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, #03-219, Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore 819663
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6245 8955

3. Keisuke Charcoal Grill

One of the many restaurants under the Keisuke chain, Keisuke Charcoal Grill specialises in sumiyaki (charcoal-grilled) items focused on Japan’s traditional fish dishes. A sure-win option is their Charcoal Grilled Salmon Belly Set ($16.90++) that melts in your mouth with a creamy texture. 

All set comes with Japanese sticky rice, miso soup, an onsen egg, and access to their free-flow salad bar boasting over 25 different selections of salads, Japanese side dishes, and even cooked dishes! We recommend piling your plates high with their soba noodles and Japanese-style coleslaw as you wait for your fish to be served. There’s also free-flowing coffee jelly dessert at the salad bar counter! 

Check out our full review of Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke!

Address: 60 Paya Lebar Road, #B1-16, Paya Lebar Square Singapore 409051
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 10pm

4. Javier’s Rotisserie and Salad

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Javier’s is a casual eatery specialising in value-for-money Western meals with a focus on healthier and more wholesome cooking. While the menu here is small, it doesn’t miss out on the usual rotisserie suspects such as Poached Salmon ($19.90+), Chicken Leg Confit ($15.90+), and Slow Roasted Chicken ($16.90+ for quarter, $22.90+ for half). Their prices are inclusive of a free-flow salad bar, where you can go crazy on Javier’s house-made salads, hot and cold side dishes, soup, fruits, beverages, and more.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-128/129, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 10pm, Sat, Sun & PH 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6252 7371

5. Astons Steak and Salad

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Astons Steak and Salad brings back memories of the now-defunct Ponderosa Steakhouse and Sizzlers—both famed for their salad bar—with its salad station. On its own, the Supreme Salad Buffet is a tad expensive at $19.90. This is why we recommend you getting it with a main course, as you will only need to fork out an additional $11.90 to enjoy never-ending refills of soups, bread, cheeses, salads, and hot and cold side dishes. The side dishes are impressive, featuring onion rings, garlic potatoes, and even chicken drumettes!  

Address: 176 Orchard Road, #03-28/28A, The CentrePoint, Singapore 238843
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm

6. Mariner’s Corner Restaurant

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Open since 1984, Mariner’s Corner Restaurant is an old-school Hainanese Western restaurant located in the Maritime House oozes nostalgia, from the checkered tablecloths to the wooden furnishings decorating the place. The Weekday Set Lunch menu comprises hearty dishes such as Hainanese Oxtail Stew ($16++) and Braised New Zealand Lamb Shank ($18.50++), both of which are crowd-favourite dishes. 

The lunch set is very value for money, as it not only comes with a soup of the day, garlic bread, dessert, coffee or tea, but unlimited greens from the salad bar! Defo’ enough food to quell the hungriest of tummies!

Address: 120 Cantonment Road, #01-02, Maritime House, Singapore 089760
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm

7. Pete’s Place Plant-Based Buffet

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Pete’s Place is one of Singapore’s oldest restaurant serving authentic Italian dishes since 1973. The brick walls, checkered tablecloths, and rustic furniture reminiscent of old-school Italian trattorias will certainly bring you back in time. They have upgraded their soup and salad buffet into a Plant-Based Buffet ($32++), offering a wide selection of vegetarian dishes including pizza, pasta, and desserts! 

Start up with their sweet and hearty pumpkin soup, before feasting on mushroom pizza and tomato pasta. The desserts are also worth checking out, with orange polenta cake, chocolate pudding, and tiramisu gracing the spread. 

Address: 10 Scotts Road, Basement Level,  Grand Hyatt Singapore, Singapore 228211
Buffet hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 2:30pm

Stoked about salads

All buffets are great, whether it’s a meat feast or a salad bar spread. If you love salad as much as you love variety, go crazy on greens at these salad bar buffets!

Featured image adapted from Earle Swensen’s Facebook page and @333gokts.

Top Salad Bars in Singapore For a Healthier Lunch!

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We all want to eat healthily but there is some much yummy, caloric food out there to tempt us. Is there any lunch alternative that is nutritious and delicious at the same time? Yes! To aid you in your journey to a healthier diet, here are 7 salad bars in Singapore which serve up delicious salads for a satisfying meal. Containing various kinds of vegetables and other delicious toppings, with these salads eating healthy does not have to be a sacrifice!

1. Salad Stop

Image credit: Salad Stop

Salad Stop is arguably one of the most popular salad bars on this list. With more than 10 outlets islandwide, no matter where you are, you can easily locate a Salad Stop outlet. As one of the first salad bars to open in Singapore, it is easy to see why Salad Stop has garnered a strong customer base. With its offering of a large variety of fresh, customizable salads available, you can pick and choose ingredients that you enjoy to maximize your salad experience. If you are a first-timer and find difficult to choose your own ingredients, you can also choose from their selection of Signature salads. If you are looking for variety, know that all their salads can be converted to wraps.  Additionally, they also offer snacks, soups, and drinks. At Salad Stop, you can find a fresh and tasty lunch!

Where to find it:
  • Capital Tower, City Link Mall, Chevron House, Changi UE BizHub East, Fusionpolis, Great World City, Marina Bay Financial Centre, The Cathay, Metropolis, Novena Square, One George Street, Takashimaya, TANGS, The Sail, Harbourfront Tower One

2. Toss & Turn  Image Credit: Toss & Turn

Toss & Turn is a salad and soup bar that also allows you to customise your salad. What sets Toss & Turn apart and makes them a firm favourite amongst customers is their extensive range of unique toppings. Apart from the regular toppings, Toss & Turn also offers unusual options such as edamame beans, roasted kumara, and peppered prawns. Additionally, they have a self-service salad dressing counter so that you can control the amount and type of dressing that you want. Priced at $9.80 for a regular portion (that comes with a salad base, 2 choices of deli/proteins and 4 choices of vegetables/fruits/crunchies), the salads at Toss & Turn are extremely affordable!

Where to find it:

3. Sumo Salad

Image Credit: Sumo Salad Singapore Facebook

This salad bar hails from Australia and serves up hearty and filling salad bowls. Featuring an extensive range of greens that a resupplied fresh daily, their salads are hand-tossed on the spot right in front of your eyes. Filled with healthy goodness, their bowls and wraps are a hearty meal by themselves. Just by consuming one of their bowls will keep you feeling full and satisfied throughout the day.

Where to find it:

4. The Green Bar

Image Credit: The Green Bar Facebook

The Green Bar standouts amongst the others due to their use of unique ingredients to create creative blends for their salads. Their bestsellers include the Smoked Suck Surprise ($11.90), Absolutely Wicked Strawberry ($12.90), Chilli Crab Salad ($12.90)  and Tandoor Tandoor ($11.90). In each of these bowls premium ingredients such as real crab meat, juicy chunks of tandoori chicken and generously sliced of smoked duck are used. Paired together with their unique dressings, their salads are crowd pleasers that will convert anyone into a salad fanatic.

Where to find it:
  • Millenia Walk, Alexandra Retail Centre

5. Guac and Go Image Credit: Guac and Go Facebook

“Guac and Go” is a word play combining the phrase “Grab and Go” and their Signature ingredient, guacamole. All their salads come with their signature Guacamole which is made fresh daily with Hass avocados from New Zealand and Australia, filled with plenty of nutrients and healthy fats. Apart from their avocado-based salads, Guac and Go also offers organic cold-pressed juices, an all-day breakfast menu, sides and drinks such as smoothies and coffee. Conveniently located in the heart of the city, Guac and Go has become the go-to healthy lunch for the office workers in the surrounding area.

Where to find it:

6. Grain Traders

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If you are looking for a luxury salad bowl, then Grain Traders is the place for you. Serving up amazingly good salad bowls, your palate will definitely be satiated here. With add-ons like Sous-vide & Chargrilled Salmon, Grilled Striploin Steak, Apple Kimchi and Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato, the salad bowls here will win any other place in terms of taste. For a delicious and quality meal, come to Grain Traders and try out one of their salad bowls.

Where to find it:
  • CapitaGreen, 100AM Mall at 100 Tras Street

7. Munch Saladsmith

Image Credit: Munch Saladsmith Facebook

Munch Saladsmith is a salad bar that is dedicated to serving wholesome, natural foods to their customers. As such, Munch Saladsmith prepares all their ingredients fresh, in-house daily. With over 61 mix & match combination options, you will be spoilt for choice here. Additionally, you are allowed to pick as many ingredients you like as long as it fits into the bowl of your choice. With prices starting at $7.90 for a Petit two, this is quite a deal!

Where to find it:
  • Marina Bay Financial Tower, Icon Village, One Raffles Place, POMO, Marina One, Marina Square, One Shenton Way, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Frasers Tower

Delicious healthy food

So if eating healthy is a major goal for you, do try out one of these salad bars in Singapore above. Your mindset about salads will be changed and you will definitely go back for more. So make the change, and try eating healthy from today!

You can also have these gratifying salads delivered to you via Foodpanda and Deliveroo and earn up to 8.00% Cashback at the same time. How convenient!

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10 Best Salad Bars To Make You Eat Like A Rabbit

Best Salads – Time for some detox!


When you hear salads and think – “Ew, rabbit food. Yuck, no thanks.”, I totally get you.

I really do.

Salads have long been stereotyped as costly, healthy, tasteless, rabbit food that is neither filling nor the least bit tasty. The following salad bars though, challenge this stereotype by bringing to diners healthy yet hearty grub to health conscious individuals.

With the growing sense of health consciousness amongst diners, more and more salad chains are popping out on our island. Read on as we suss out 10 salad bars for you start your #cleaneating journey! 


1. Salad Stop!


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A popular salad chain with more than 10 outlets island wide, Salad Stop! attracts the crowds with its large variety of fresh, customizable salads available and convenient locations. Additionally, they also offer a few of their signature salads and wraps if you don’t know what ingredients go well in your salad.

Besides salads, they also offer wraps (which are huge!), snacks, soups and drinks. I would recommend getting the Roasted Pumpkin soup (S$4 nett). Though it might seem like a small bowl for the price, it trumped the pumpkin soups I’ve had from other places. It was thick, not overly creamy, and complete with the natural sweetness of pumpkins.


Visit their website for outlet locations.


2. Guac and Go


Images courtesy of Guac and Go

Featured on 8 days, the name “Guac and Go” is inspired from the phrase “Grab and Go”. Conveniently located in the CBD area, office workers can grab a salad with their specialty – Guacamole made fresh with Hass avocados from New Zealand and Australia filled with plenty of nutrients and healthy fats.

Not only do they serve a range of avocado-based salads, they also have organic cold pressed juices, an all day breakfast menu, sides and drinks like smoothies and coffee.

32 Maxwell Road #01-08 Singapore 069115
Mon – Thurs: 10:00–19:30, Fri: 10:00–21:00, Sat: 11:00–17:00


3. Toss and Turn


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A hot favorite of many clean eaters, Toss & Turn is a salad and soup bar with only one branch at ION Orchard. Brought to you by the people behind Cedele, Toss and Turn also allows diners to customize their salads from fresh ingredients. Each regular portion ($9.80) is made up of a salad base, 2 choices of deli/proteins and 4 choices of vegetables/fruits/crunchies. Another plus point is the generous servings.

2 Orchard Turn ION Orchard #B4-55, Singapore 238801
10am – 10pm daily


4. Green Rabbit Crepe and Salad Gastrobar


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Selling both sweet, sinful cones of crepes and healthy customizable salads, the story behind Green Rabbit Crepe and Salad Gastrobar stems from the belief that every healthy dieter should have their cheat days. So come on and indulge in sweet favorites like their Vanilla Butterscotch (Butterscotch, Vanilla Powder) and Strawberry Shortcake (Strawberries, shortcake, Strawberry Sauce, Fresh cream, Allmond Flakes) crepes.

181 Orchard Road (Orchard Central) B2-06 S(238896)
11am -10pm daily


5. Salad Works



Most of you may not know but Saladworks is the largest salad chain in the United States but with only one main outlet at JEM to date. Saladworks sells a pretty large range of items from both classic and customizable salads and wraps to drinks, soups, paninis and desserts. Each of the salads come with a bread roll. Vegetables are crunchy and fresh while meats are grilled and carved to order.

50 Jurong Gateway Road, JEM, s608549
10am – 10pm daily


6. The Green Bar


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The Green Bar has constantly been recommended by various media for crafting unique salad creations. Diners are spoiled for choice with the numerous options available, all served in unique wooden bowls.

The Smoked Duck Surprise ($11.90) and Tandoor Tandoor ($11.90) are hot favorites amongst diners.

Smoked Duck Surprise:

Smoked duck with roasted pumpkin on a bed of crisp greens, drizzled with truffled-infused balsamic and olive oil

Tandoor Tandoor:

Generous chunks of tandoori chicken, cherry tomatoes, chickpeas drenched in honey yogurt dressing.

Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard #01-91B, Tel: +65 63360780,
Opening Hours 1030am – 930pm Daily


16 Colley Quay Hitachi Towers #01-16/17 Singapore 049318, Tel: +65 64936948,
Opening Hours:11:00am – 8:00pm



7. The Lawn



The Lawn prides itself to be the only Specialty Grill & Salad Cafe in Singapore where diners can fully customize your own salad from the base to the grills, including unique dressings like Wasahonie, Beachy Peachy to Honeyball and Maple Peanut.

Olive Rice is available too as a ‘base’ option if you feel that vegetables are unsubstantial. It is also a one stop shop for all the popular desserts in town worth a try. They carry cakes from Gobi Cakes, Tiramisu from Tiramisu Hero and offer coffee using Smitten Coffee Blend.


See website for outlet locations.


8. Skinny Salads


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Just opened not too long ago at 100AM mall with a 32 seater restaruant, Skinny Salads does not use canned vegetables but fresh, crispy and crunchy produce starting from $9 a serving. Wraps are also available from $8.50 – $10.50 each. Surprise surprise! The folks behind this salad bar are the ones behind Skinny Pizza too, which explains the similar names.

Some of their delicious choices include Master Stock Pork Belly ($8.50) with Vietnamese salad, mint, coriander, nuoc cham and a kimchi Aioli dressing and Slow-Cooked Lamb Shoulder with Feta, Baby Spinach, Red onion, Roasted Garlic Mayo and a mint-yoghurt dressing.

How’s that for healthy decadence?

100AM, 100 Tras Street, 01-03
8am – 8pm, daily 

Tel: 6444-2136


9. Munch Saladsmith



With 61 recipes and counting, you’ll definitely be spoiled for choice. All salads are hand cut and chopped by hand, no machines, freshness guaranteed. What I like about this place is that if you suddenly change your mind about salads, they also offer other options under ‘Brekkie’ and ‘Platters’ like Cheesy Scrambles, Omelettes and Fry ups.

Salads come in 3 sizes and there is the option of upgrading your salad with add-ons like Soup of the Day + Iced Tea / a muffin/ a cupcake at an extra $3.80. Great for a healthy lunch option for those working in the CBD area.


Check out outlet locations on their website.


10. The Salad Shop



Salads come in three sizes to suit different appetites: Rabbit (S$8), Zebra (S$10) and Elephant (S$12). They have over 23 homemade salad dressings, enough to last you for one whole month of clean eating without feeling bored. To order, pick up an order form, you’ll be able to choose from 3 types of leafy salad bases with 63 types of toppings and 23 types of homemade dressings.

To complete your meal, they also have a constantly increasing selection of juices, yogurts, sandwiches, soups, ready-to-go pastas and salads.


Check out outlet locations on their website.


Green from ear to ear


Are you convinced yet? With meats, greens and even carbohydrates available and cooked in a healthier way, your body will definitely thank you for it.

Eating clean has never been easier. 


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3 best salad bars in Singapore

By Min Yan

In a world where the presentation of food is almost an art in itself, the humble salad is one of the only dishes that could get away with being a haphazardly tossed bed of greens, nuts, meat, cheeses and dressing, and be considered a gourmet meal on its own.

Yet, there’s something so alluring about the simple salad — light on the palate, easy on the waistline and heavy on the health benefits — that makes it the perfect lunchtime option for healthy eating, especially in hot summer weather.

We check out three salad bars that have made it their business to elevate the green salad into an art form.

The Green Bar

There isn’t much room for choice at The Green Bar — only 10 salad mixes are available, and you don’t get to build your own — but the beautifully presented and tasty home-made creations are definitely worth your lunch hour.

The Smoked Duck Surprise (S$10.50) will satisfy those who prefer their salads a little heartier, as slices of warm smoked duck with balsamic vinegar are served on top of a bed of cold greens and roasted pumpkin chunks and rosemary potatoes.


You know your salad is in good hands when the salad bar is lead by a French-trained executive chef Christophe Crot, who has previously worked at some of the finest establishments in the world, including The Pierre in New York.

Build your own salad from fresh greens and extras such as fried wanton skins and Cajun-spiced prawns, or take your pick from one of the many custom-made salads. The ever-popular Chicken & Pasta salad (S$9.50) is our favourite, hitting the spot with crunchy broccoli, penne and generous slices of herb chicken, without the inevitable post-lunch stupor.

Salad Stop

One of the fastest growing chains in Singapore, Salad Stop! is now an ubiquitous sight in the Central Business District.

The snaking lines of health nuts out at the many locations’ doors during lunch hour aren’t a huge surprise considering the sheer variety of dressings and ingredients on offer (50+ ingredients and 18 dressings last we checked). The business’ success is not only a reflection of the dish’s popularity, but also of father-son duo Daniel and Adrien Desbaillets’ creative business skills when they saw Singapore’s need for salads with a twist.

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5 Salad Bars that are Actually Delicious | by Zayne Seah

The first food you think of when you are trying to lose weight is salad. Honestly, not many people love eating grass.

However, these unique salad bars in Singapore actually do offer decent salad that I myself,a dedicated carnivore can actually savour and appreciate. Dieting might not be so hard afterall!

An Australian franchise, Sumo Salad isn’t just tasty but affordable as well. As you can probably tell, the Sumo in Sumo Salad indicates the large portion of salad being offered, well, compared to other stalls. So essentially you are given a fair share of your dollar and a satiating meal.

Best Salad: Warm Thai Beef

  • A delicious and succulent portion of tender beef strips that are grilled on demand, accompanied with delectable dressing for you to savour

313 Somerset Road, Singapore 238895


Credits: 100AM

An unpretentious salad place. this shop sells made-to-order salads, as well as some sandwiches and wraps. You can literally make your own salad here or go with the 12 chef crafted creations.

Best Salad: Make Your Own, or Tossz Creation

  • A delectable mix of baby spinach, grilled chicken and mango which adds some sweet flavour along with some almonds for the extra crunch

29 Nankin St, Singapore 048660

6536 6280

Credits: Seth Lui

Probably one of the largest salad franchises in Singapore. Salad Stop! offers a huge selection of ingredients and homemade sauces. The choices you are offered are nearly endless, like Tossz, you can choose to either make your own salad or order pre-designed ones.

Best Salad: Omega 3 Baby

  • It consists of a rather large serving of smoked salmon, asparagus and some mixed greens as well as home-made sauces to provide you with a heart healthy meal

238 Thomson Rd, #02–24, 307683

6820 0158

Credits: The Best Singapore

Unlike Salad Stop!, The Green Bar doesn’t have a tonne of salads to offer. But the menu is most definitely creative and interesting. We promise you won’t get bored here. Hitachi Towers has an outlet, but it can get rather crowded though.

Best Salad: Smoked Duck Surprise Salad

  • This is surely a unique salad in Singapore. A nice succulent slice of roast duck accompanied by roasted pumpkin and rosemary might just be what you need to get your afternoon boost

16 Colley Quay Hitachi Towers #01–16/17 Singapore 049318


Fresh ingredients served to you daily. Munch Saladsmith is about offering an amazing and natural and gastronomic experience/ The meals are not only of excellent quality but very crisp too.

With over 61 recipes for different mixes of salads, you’re sure to find one that will appease your discerning taste. Additionally, you’re able to pick any number of ingredients you like as long as it fits into the bowl of your choice (Petit twos from $7.90). Great deal right? Head on down today!

Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, #03–11, Singapore 238858

9712 6860

90,000 Scheduled lunch: what they feed in the Russian army and what it tastes like

One centner of potatoes VS salad bar

If you need to keep up a conversation with someone who once served in the army for a long time, just start talking about food for the military. Here even the most laconic will surely show some emotions. Because it is impossible to forget a hundredweight of potatoes, peeled in two hands in a day, until the end of your life.

Talk about the most popular dishes in the army. Perhaps you will find out that a person does not eat cabbage in any form, because there was a lot of it in the army, including in the form of bigus – stewed sauerkraut with stewed meat and barley.Or maybe he will tell you how he crushed cabbage in a large pit, as if it were grapes in a winery.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

Tell him that there has been a salad bar and a buffet in the army for several years. A person who did not know about this and once experienced a bigus will probably be very surprised. Checked.

The news that I was going to taste an army dinner was perceived differently by my male entourage: some wished me luck, others asked me to tell you honestly how it was there, and others demanded to take photographs of the dishes as proof.There were no indifferent people.

Lunch 9 in 1

We came to the shooting together with TASS photographer Gabriel Grigorov. On the way, he joked that a couple of days ago we filmed food in a restaurant in Moscow City. The chef effectively put ice cream made from Adyghe cheese into the soup, and then blew out a light emulsion from coconut milk and broth from Kamchatka crab shells from the siphon. And today we are standing at the gates of the military unit of the 27th Sevastopol Red Banner Separate Guards Motorized Rifle Brigade in the village of Mosrentgen on the outskirts of Moscow.

The chief of the food service of the brigade, Major Vladimir Nesterenko, meets us and leads us to the dining room. Thousands of people are serving in the unit at the same time, cadets of the Suvorov Military School undergo field training, so everyone is fed at different times. But the food is different only for children, for adults the lunch is the same.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

Army canteens are inspected before every meal. According to Alexander Kamlashev, Deputy Head of the Food Directorate of the Department of Resource Support of the Russian Ministry of Defense, the duty officer, together with the paramedic, take samples of each dish, evaluate the consistency, smell, taste and compliance with the documents.Only after their written conclusion, the servicemen are allowed to the table.

There are aunts in white coats at the distribution, not soldiers. The Ministry of Defense decided that the military no longer deal with cooking: this job rests entirely with the civilians.

“You can choose one of three side dishes, three types of meat dishes, salads to choose from,” says Vladimir.

First of all, I would like to draw your attention to a stack of clean, snow-white, completely “Nestolovski” glass plates.No monograms along the edge of the “Public catering” type, broken corners or cracks. We take a couple of plates.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

Today there are two soups to choose from: pickle soup and borscht with sour cream. For the second – baked chicken, pork stew with sauce or beef stew. As a side dish – boiled buckwheat, pasta horns and boiled potatoes.

Two salads – grated carrots and boiled vegetables. In a bowl, chefs put half a raw onion in a bowl. On the third, there are two types of compote: from dried fruits and lemon.A soldier can choose any combination that he likes: for example, borscht, chicken and potatoes, vegetable salad and lemon compote. In total, you get two types of soup, salads and compote and nine different combinations of the second plus a salad bar. But we are allowed to take and taste everything there is. We collect three full trays and barely bring them to the table.

Taking samples

The first thing you notice when you try soldier’s food: there are practically no spices and salt in it, but the matter is fixable: there are salt shakers on the tables, you can add ground pepper, mustard (by the way, very decent!) And vinegar to taste.

Borscht is bright red in color, it contains a lot of vegetables, but as if it lacks saturation, what the chef calls “the body of taste”. But as a dietary version of borscht, the soup is not bad at all.

Sour cream is not placed in every plate, but several cans are added at once to the hot soup tank, this speeds up the distribution of dishes and does not create queues.

Pickle is prepared, as it should be according to the classic recipe, with pickles and pearl barley, but there are more cereals in the soup than in the homemade one.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

Pasta, potatoes and buckwheat differ little from those that are prepared in the school cafeteria: crumbly cereals, first grade pasta, boiled potatoes, nothing new.

For the second – delicious and soft stewed pork in pieces, beef falling apart into fibers, melting in your mouth like canned ham. Baked chicken. I am used to cooking chicken according to a Georgian recipe, with garlic and spices, and a creamy sauce, so this one seems fresh and dry to me.But it is dietary.

In a salad reminiscent of a capital, boiled potatoes, carrots, canned peas, pickled cucumbers and His Majesty onions. If you season with mustard and sunflower oil, you get something in between vinaigrette and Olivier.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

The second salad was a surprise. I really love grated carrots with honey and raisins. The carrot salad looked like it, but in fact there is no salt or sugar in it. Obviously, the salad needs to be seasoned to taste.Oil and a drop of vinegar work well for this.

Most of all I was interested in the salad bar. This is the place where I immediately go in the dining room at work, in the hotel restaurant on a business trip or on vacation – I like to collect salads to my liking. But the army salad bar turned out to be somewhat different. There were no fresh vegetables in it on the day of our arrival – they were allowed only for cadet children. And for adults – boiled grated beets, canned squash canned caviar, green pickled tomatoes and pickled cucumbers.Cucumbers are delicious, sweet and crunchy, beets are undigested and sweet. If you add salt, oil and mustard to the beets, you get a great healthy salad.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

Compote was served on the third. The one made from dried fruits had a classic kindergarten-school familiar taste, lemon – citrus bitterness. Both are delicious, but I liked the lemon better.

While I was nibbling off pieces of meat, trying side dishes and soups, picking at them with the instruments, my photographer ate lunch rhythmically.I only had time to taste half of the dishes when he was already finishing the compote.

“Well, how? – I asked. – Do you like it?”

“Quite, – concluded a colleague. – You are in the army, and not in a restaurant where you are served fish soup of three types of fish with the aroma of smoking smut. But if I was fed this way in the army, I would be pleased, and you find fault that I haven’t tried anything else. ” And he raised his eyebrows pointedly. I did not say anything about bigus and semolina porridge with boiled fish, I guess.

Everything according to the standard

From lunchtime Vladimir Nesterenko takes us to the bakery – here the pastry chefs make buns for dinner.I try it hot – I would add sugar and possibly cinnamon, but that’s a matter of taste.

“Can you make jam in buns? Or make a sauce for meat from sour cream?” I ask.

And why food in public catering tastes so similar. Try cutlets from different housewives – they will all be different, and in a hospital or military unit it is difficult to distinguish them from each other.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

“But if I am a cook, I came to work in a military unit, I have a set of products, I can take and prepare a dish at my discretion, so that it is unusual?” – I ask Vladimir.

He tells the main principle: if somewhere he took more products from the norm, then somewhere they will definitely decrease. You can’t take eggs and cut them into a salad, because then there won’t be enough eggs for breakfast. The norms are spelled out for everything: the amount, weight of products, their calorie content. The combined-arms ration rate for three meals a day is distributed according to the energy value: for breakfast – 30–35%, for lunch – 40–45%, for dinner – 20–30%. The calorie content of the army ration depends on the type of troops, but everywhere it is high.

So, according to the norms of combined-arms rations, a soldier undergoing military service is entitled to 250 grams of meat, 120 grams of fish, 120 grams of cereals and legumes, 45 grams of butter, 150 grams of milk, 10 grams of cheese, 1 egg, 900 grams of potatoes and other vegetables – cabbage, carrots, onions, beets, cucumbers and tomatoes.

© Gavriil Grigorov / TASS

“A soldier receives 250 grams of meat per day,” explains Major Nesterenko. “The instructions say: plan one hundred grams either for dinner or for breakfast, and plan the remaining 150 grams for cooking for lunch as portioned meat.120 grams of fish is planned either for breakfast or for dinner, but since dairy products are available in the morning, fish are planned for dinner. Fish is better absorbed with a vegetable side dish, so we serve it for dinner. “

The head of the food service of the unit says that he is trying to diversify the food of the military by redistributing food. The norm of milk can be replaced with a portion of sour cream for dumplings (according to the instructions, they are often given for breakfast in the army). In the unit, they periodically conduct a survey, interview the conscripts, what they would like, and what is better to remove from the menu.

“For some reason, they ask you not to give cocoa for breakfast,” says Nesterenko. “And, on the contrary, I really like dumplings.”

What products and in what quantities should be on the menu of employees of various types of troops is regulated by the RF Government Decree No. 946 “On food supply for military personnel.” For example, a combined-arms ration includes 150 milliliters of milk per day, and a flight ration – 250. Pilots are also given cottage cheese, sour cream (30 grams of each product), chocolate (15 grams), fresh fruit (200 grams) and, in addition to beef , poultry meat (100 grams).In addition to meat, fish, dairy products, vegetables and fruits, the submariners’ menu includes salmon caviar (5 grams) and dry red wine (100 milliliters).


In the summer season, the tables include fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, herbs, and apples. In the cold season, only canned vegetables are in the salad bar, due to the complexity of storage. Fresh fruits are handed out on holidays, and on weekdays they are replaced with packaged juices.

“For the holidays we have tangerines, apples and bananas. And also sweets – chocolates, waffles and muffins. This is additional food.”

The difference in the rations of servicemen of different types of troops is due to the fact that the load on the body, for example, among pilots and in the infantry, is not the same, explains Alexander Kamlashev. “The dietary norms were drawn up on the basis of complex calculations. The pilots’ workloads are more intense, so they have a higher milk norm. At the same time, they are not allowed to certain foods because of work at height: cabbage, peas,” he says.- Red wine is given to divers on a hike because in a confined space and low mobility it helps to maintain digestion and immunity. Red caviar is given only on nuclear submarines, because it is believed to diversify food and cheer up. “

Karina Saltykova, Gabriela Chalabova

90,000 Best US Universities According to Students

University is not only learning, but also life on campus.In 2015, the Princeton Review surveyed students at 380 US universities to find out how satisfied they were with the quality of their education. The results were included in a very interesting, but very practical list of nominations: best campus, food, career, sports, ecology.

Best student city

Boston University, Boston, MA

Boston University students believe Boston is the ideal destination for those seeking a balance between a serious study and a busy student life.Students from Boston University, Boston College, MIT, Northeastern, Berkelee College of Music and, of course, Harvard make up 20% of the city’s total population. Boston has the largest concentration of educational institutions, historic sites and cultural sites in the United States, from museums, libraries and a symphony orchestra to Quincy Market and a baseball stadium.

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Best Campus Food

James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

The JMU campus houses 28 different food courts, ranging from restaurants, coffee shops and smoothies to pure American Dunkin Donuts and Starbacks.At Mrs Greends, you can always take your salad, hot soup and fresh pastries with you. Fans of hearty food will love the all-you-care-to-eat cafeterias, where special-order omelette is made for breakfast and wood-fired pizza for lunch. All campus establishments have a vegetarian menu, a huge salad bar and a large selection of desserts.

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Best Career Services

Northeastern University, Boston, MA


Co-op program at NU combines training with internship and brings together about 3,000 companies around the world.The Career Development Office regularly hosts events for students like LinkedIn: Create Your Own Profile or Interview Basics. Recruiters from Amazon and Johnson and Johnson come to the NU campus every year. Another bonus from the career center is training on pay negotiation. Thanks to them, the average salary for NU graduates is $ 52,700 per year.

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The best sports equipment

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

The GMU Patriots’ women’s and men’s teams compete in 12 sports including basketball, tennis, volleyball, baseball, rowing, football and lacrosse.Fans of extreme sports will love underwater hockey and Quidditch. Swimming and diving teams train at the award-winning Aquatic and Fitness Center, worth over $ 11 million. The center houses a 50-meter Olympic pool, fitness room, aerobics and group training areas.

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The “greenest” university

University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont

University of Vermont translates from Latin as “University of Green Mountains”.Since its founding in 1791, UVM has proudly carried the name of America’s Greenest University. Installing solar panels, recycling used notebooks, and avoiding bottled water are all the work of green UVM activists. Since 2009, the university has been participating in the Real Food Challenge project, the goal of which is to move away from spending budget funds on industrial fast food and use funds to purchase organic products from local farmers. UVM students personally supervise the quality of supplied meat and dairy products, vegetables and fruits, as well as drinks and pastries in the university canteen.

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Other universities in Princeton Review nominations:

  • Best Hostels – George Washington University
  • Best Library – University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Best University Newspaper and Radio Station – Syracuse University
  • Most Beautiful Campus – Pepperdine University

Katya Khodeeva – Mandarin

To learn English, be inspired by the beauties of the country, make new friends and bring back the desire to study and develop further – a plan that was easily completed by Katya Khodeeva, a 14-year-old schoolgirl from Khabarovsk.

Katya recently returned home after a 2-month language course in Singapore and hurried to tell us about her impressions.

Katya Khodeeva, 14 years old

Language level: Upper Intermediate (above average)
Where studied: Geos School in Singapore
Study period: 7 weeks
Learning outcome: noticeable improvement in English language and a strong motivation to know it even better.Katya “finally figured out all possible tenses of the verb”, significantly expanded her vocabulary and learned to understand by ear the English speech with a variety of accents.

Katya is an experienced tourist. She has already managed to visit several countries and study at language schools in America and Australia. However, she still liked Singapore the most. Why? The main reason is a noticeable improvement in your English skills! It was in GEOS that it turned out to significantly “tighten” the language.

Katya says: “It seems that material is not presented anywhere else in such detail as in GEOS! All the nuances are explained over and over again, teachers pay attention to everyone and make sure that everyone understands everything.Even the complex grammar gave in and was structured in my head. Talking is no longer scary. It’s been a super healthy 7 weeks! ”

Below is Katya’s story about the trip.


“At the airport, we were met by Koko, a friendly Indonesian who was to stay with us during the Singapore holidays.

Coco’s apartment we lived in is on the 35th floor of a tall condo with a swimming pool and gym.Koko turned out to be attentive and courteous: he made sure that we did not go hungry from breakfast and that our life was comfortable. For breakfast we had toast with jam, scrambled eggs, fruit. For those who like a hearty breakfast, Coco offered bacon, cutlets, sandwiches. Everything was delicious!

In our new apartment the windows were full-length. The sight was breathtaking: hurray, we are in Singapore!



The GEOS School was opened in 1997.Today students from Russia, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, France, Spain and other countries study in it. Lessons at GEOS are taught by experienced native-speaking teachers, each of whom has a higher education and a certificate confirming the professional category. The school is located a stone’s throw from Orchard Road, Singapore’s liveliest street! Courses start every week. At the end of the school, a certificate is issued confirming the completion of the program.

During their studies, children live in families or in a hotel.Studying English in Singapore is a great opportunity to improve your knowledge and get to know the culture of this amazing country.

School GEOS is located near various attractions of the city, literally a minute from the metro, it is very convenient!

Our lessons at school took place in two shifts, three hours before lunch and three hours after.
The teachers were native English speakers from different countries: Colin from Ireland, Beryl from Canada and John from America. Open, kind people! They say everyone at GEOS is like that.

My friend Leroy and I were the youngest in the group. The rest of the guys were 10-12 years older than us, but this did not stop us from communicating both in lessons and after them. The company for evening city tours was selected without any problems every time!

By the way, Singaporeans speak English, but the accent is so strong that it was difficult to understand them at first! I only got used to it in the fifth week and began to feel comfortable in the company of locals. Nevertheless, communication with teachers and classmates was easy!

The first lesson always began with each talking about how they had spent the night before.Then we corrected mistakes in stories, read tongue twisters and did phonetic exercises, listened to stories on various topics and discussed what we heard. After lunch, it was usually grammar time. It was taught to us by Beryl, thanks to whom I learned that this section of knowledge, it turns out, is not so difficult!

There were always few homework assignments. And everyone did them regularly, because everyone remembered that they had come to Singapore to study!

I am glad that I managed to learn many simple everyday words and expressions that cannot be found in textbooks and which are usually not used in lessons in Russia.I think this is just an invaluable acquisition! For example, I never knew before that the pinky is pinky!

All of our teachers have been living in Singapore for a long time. You can ask them about anything: where to go, where to buy food, which cafe is worth visiting. Very comfortably! And you don’t need a guide. In the photo I and Beryl.

The atmosphere in the classroom in Singapore is very different from the one we are used to in Russian schools. Friendly, conducive to communication. During the lesson, Beryl could even have a snack on candy.We treated everyone, so she didn’t swear!

Beryl turned out to be not only an excellent teacher, but also a good friend! In recent days, we walked with her a lot. While walking, they liked to go to the 1-Altitude bar to admire the views. By the way, they have the best milkshakes and fruit cocktails in town!

My group! One photo shows students from Spain, Bulgaria, Thailand, South Korea, Singapore! I really didn’t want to part with my classmates!

There is a salad bar in the school building, where you can always have a tasty snack.Until we found him, we dined at the food court in the Plaza Singapura located across the street from the school and at the Burger King.

Lessons at school lasted until 16:30, after which there was free time.
We used it with pleasure on walks. My advice to everyone who is going to learn a language in a new country: do not sit at home! Try to see as much as possible, so that when you return to Russia you do not regret a missed opportunity!

Singapore is very, very beautiful!
And by the way, this is the only country where I was completely confident in my safety.And the strict passers-by in a hurry on business turned out to be benevolent and ready to prompt the answer to the necessary question.

We enjoyed the ride to the downtown waterfront on the Raffles Place subway. We’ve also been conquered by the ethnic districts of Singapore, Arab Street and Chinatown, and a visit to Little India made me love this country! I even got myself a mehendi – a henna tattoo.

Be sure to visit the Art & Science museum, there is always something interesting going on! We were lucky to see the inhabitants of the underwater world and visit the DreamWorks studio exhibition! True, for this we had to escape from the lesson.Beryl, whose class we skipped, was not happy, but forgave us: “You are tourists, you can do it once!”

The river cruise gave a lot of impressions. You can see everything in one trip!

We visited Universal Park on Sentosa, Gardens by the Bay, and walked around the entire Marina Bay Sands area …

Cold Storage is a store where you can buy inexpensive and high quality products. Teacher John told us about him. We bought fruits, berries, sweets there. Another tip: On Sundays, Fair Price has fruit discounts!

With new friends from Singapore, we exchanged contacts and communicate with might and main on Instagram, send each other photos.Here, for example, is a photo of the fireworks that took place on August 9 in honor of the 50th anniversary of Singapore. Coco sent it to me.


I didn’t want to leave at all! I will be looking forward to next summer to return to Singapore.

Overall, my 7 weeks in the country turned out to be an unforgettable and vivid adventure.
I learned a lot, had time to admire the beauty of the city’s sights, made new friends.

And I am pleased to recommend the GEOS school to everyone who really wants to learn English! ”

Tourist company “Mandarin” every year sends everyone, including schoolchildren and students, to study English in Singapore and other countries.

22 students from Khabarovsk and other cities of the country studied at the GEOS school in the summer of 2015.

Find out more about Singapore language schools by calling us!

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Gordons gin, Italicus liqueur, tangerine, lime leaf, sugar syrup, fresh lemon, rosemary

Green Island

Green Baboon gin, lemon juice, green apple syrup, cucumber, basil

Passion fruit tiki

Maraschino liqueur, spicy rum, passion fruit puree, ginger syrup, fresh raspberries, sugar syrup

Irish Lemonade

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Lynchburg Lemonade

Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7, triple sec, seven up, lime

Hemingway Daiquiri

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Secondary education in the US school for children

  • Residence in the residence: from 13 years old
  • Location: Los Olivos, CA
  • Programs: High School Diploma, Advanced placement

Dunn School

Founded in 1957, Dunn School teaches children from grades 6 to 12 through the American education system.65 students in grades 6 through 8 attend Dunn School High School, and 162 students in grades 9 through 12 attend High School. In total, 107 students from 8 states and 14 countries of the world live in the school, among which Russia is not yet represented. The school offers strong academic training in mathematics, science, humanities, and the arts. High academic results are achieved thanks to small classes, about 11 people. Therefore, 90% of students study at least one subject at the Advanced Placement level.100% of graduates receive an offer from universities in the United States and other countries of the world. Students not only show excellent academic success, but also go in for sports, music, art, social activities, and also attend various hobby groups. The child’s school day is very busy and starts around 7 am and ends at 11 pm.

Study Programs:

Dunn School offers 69 courses to students, of which 15 are taught at the Advanced Placement level: mathematics, statistics, chemistry, biology, the world around them, English and English literature, world history and US history, micro and macroeconomics, Spanish and Chinese. art, computer technology.

The school offers additional training programs: language support for foreign students, an entrepreneurship program, an individual student support program.

How to Apply at Dunn School:

To enter the school, you must provide marks for the last 3 years, as well as recommendations from teachers of English and mathematics on the form of the school and on its letterhead. Each candidate writes the SSAT entrance test as well as the TOEFL English Proficiency Test.All candidates are invited for an interview at the school or by Skype, if it is impossible to arrive soon.


Dorms are located in the heart of the campus, boys and girls live in different buildings. School staff live in each hostel with their children and pets. The hostel is equipped with a kitchen, a seating area with a TV. Clothes washing is organized directly at the hostel. All rooms are double, amenities are on the floor.

Three meals a day at school can be awarded a quality mark.All dishes are delicious, fresh and healthy. There is always a salad bar with fresh vegetables, fresh juice, low-fat sauces, fruits, fresh meat and seafood. The school offers a special menu for vegetarians and allergy sufferers.


Situated in the shade of centuries-old oak trees, the 55-acre green area of ​​Dunn School is very attractive for students and their parents.

The Department of Art consists of a drawing studio, a ceramics studio and a sculpture workshop, rooms for digital and classical photography, and a film studio.

Created and run by high school students, Earwing Cafe is not only a place to grab a bite to eat, but also hang out with classmates and complete your homework.

There are many sports grounds and equipment on the school grounds: 6 tennis courts, 4 sports grounds, a swimming pool, a sports hall, volleyball and basketball courts, a climbing wall, bike paths, table tennis tables.

Cozy high school, located on a separate school grounds, has sunny classrooms and its own patio.

The high school classrooms are designed with the latest technology and designed specifically for easy workshop use. The picnic area is suitable for socializing with friends and doing activities together.

For study and life at school, they actively use the library, laboratory rooms equipped with computers and everything necessary for conducting natural science experiments, a theater, music classes, a school store, a canteen, student lounges, and a medical center.

Sports and Recreation:

Children play sports at a professional level (basketball, volleyball, American football, tennis, lacrosse, athletics) and amateur (rock climbing, horse riding, yoga, mountain biking, dancing, fitness, swimming, surfing). Students are engaged in a theatrical circle, attend an art studio and a music school. Students can enroll in one or more hobby clubs: medicine, chess, cooking, debating, knitting, investing, and more.

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