More Healthy Bowls at Plentyfull
There’s no doubt that healthy bowls are the major food trend of the moment. Sometimes I wonder how healthy they really are though. You know what I’d really like to invent? A laser that zapped over your food and told you how many calories were contained therein. Sometimes we think we’re eating healthy but my money is on a much higher calorie content than we’d like. Healthy bowls are a good way of disguising what could otherwise be quite a calorific meal. Not that I’m suggesting we’re all being swindled. Hell no, that would never happen 😉
The space is light and bright and fairly huge in scale. Service is speedy and very friendly. A great upside of the whole healthy bowl phenomena is that prior preparation means less waiting time. It’s also good to have choice, but not too much. Pick one of three bases (greens, rice or noodles), then a protein and then two sides. And a sauce of course.
The space was busy on our visit, but not too much that we couldn’t easily find a seat for two. They also take reservations. Plentyfull is open till 10pm from Monday through to Sunday so you could also pop in for dinner. For me though it’s a great spot for lunch or brunch though.
Little Farms also have a section with fresh produce, including delicious treats like these Espresso Orange Energy Pearls. At $6 for two they aren’t a cheap snack but they are tasty and are made of purely fresh ingredientsm, minus any refined sugar. I liked them so much I went back to get more. On my second visit I tried the Coconut Cardomom flavour. OMG, so fricking good!
Reasons to visit Plentyfull:
- friendly staff and good service
- a healthy approach to food, there’s thought in the menu
- a nice, bright space to sit for lunch or brunch
- prices quoted in full
- Energy pearls!!
9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-79 Millenia Walk, Singapore
phone +65 64932997
Opening Hours are Mon-Fri 8am-10pm , Sat & Sun 10:30-10:00