Looking to switch your daily diet by adopting clean and healthy eating? One option happens to be a wholesome meal that is served in a bowl of nutrition-packed grains, proteins and veggie add-ons. And here is where you can find them in these recommended Top 10 Healthy Rice Bowls in Singapore.
Located at 140 Robinson Road, Pickleville operates as a toast bar early in the morning (from 8.00 am) and by lunchtime, they start serving assorted lunch bowls. You can choose their selected lunch bowls, namely quinoa-based Chicken or brown rice-based Truffle/Pesto Salmon. You could even go for the DIY bowl where you can pick your preferred base, proteins, dressings and other add-ons. Don’t forget to top up your bowl with their homemade pickles such as red onion and fermented pineapple salsa, making your meal all the more appetising and flavourful.
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At Kenboru, you don’t have to worry about digging deep inside your wallet for a healthy rice bowl. Their price range is affordable and best of all, they use quality ingredients. Ordering a bowl is as easy as 3 simple steps. You start by choosing your protein (e.g. Honey Glazed Tofu, Smoked Duck Breast or Torched Japanese Unagi), followed by the base and optional add-ons like extra protein and mentaiko sauce. Each bowl comes with fresh Japanese cucumber, cherry tomatoes, preserved pickles and sous vide egg. You can locate their shop at #B1-65, 80 Stamford Rd near a short walking distance from Bras Basah MRT.
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3) Tanuki Raw
Tanuki Raw specialises in Japanese-style donburis, offering delectable choices such as the beefy Truffle Sukiyaki and pan-seared foie gras Kapok Loco Moco. They also serve value-for-money lunch sets every day from 11.30 am to 3 pm, which comes with miso soup, green salad and green tea. Not up to some carb-heavy rice? Well, they allow you to replace rice with a salad base for just a small amount. Check out their page right here for other promotions.
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4) Lagoon in a Bowl
Lagoon In A Bowl is the brainchild of Zilch Ng, who operates his stall at Amoy Street Food Centre in Maxwell Road. The stall primarily serves Mentaiko Salmon Ricebowl, which comes with a salmon fillet and other ingredients like corn, sous vide egg and cherry tomatoes. For the base, Lagoon In A Bowl uses butterfly pea rice which is known for numerous benefits such as promoting eye and digestion health. You can also choose Wagyu beef as an alternative protein for your rice bowl or even pair them both.
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5) Poke Theory
At Poke Theory, they only prepare their ingredients fresh and in small batches to avoid unnecessary food wastage. Their menu consists of 4 simple steps, beginning with picking a bowl size (light, regular or large) and base of your choice (e.g. sushi rice, lemon herb quinoa). This is followed by add-ons where you can choose up to seven different colours such as honey pineapple, cherry tomato and pickled beetroot. Finally, you can top your poke bowl with up to 2 seasoned proteins (e.g. Avocado Miso Salmon, Spicy Garlic Sesame Tuna) and garnishes like garlic chips and tobiko. Other toppings such as lime avocado and crispy salmon skin are also available for an additional price. Poke Theory currently operates six outlets in Singapore including Telok Ayer, Somerset and Bugis.
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Located at Keong Saik Rd, Loloku’s poke menu comes in either signature bowl or wraps. Selections include seafood and poultry-based varieties such as The Wikiwiki 2.0 (raw salmon), The Bubba Gump (roasted shrimp) and The Muchacho (roasted chicken). You can also go for BYOB (build your own bowl, that is) where you get to pick your protein, base, add-ons and sauce of your choice.
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YOLO is a halal-certified food store that serves healthier versions of fusion comfort foods such as Cauliflower Rice with Herb Chicken and Bolognese Beef Pasta with Garlic Mushrooms. They also offer a customised menu where you can pick your own base, protein, sides and toppings. What’s more, you can even sign up for their 5, 10 or 30-day half-day/full-day diet meal plan and have them delivered right to your doorstep.
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8) Aloha Poke
At Aloha Poke, you can enjoy your favourite poke in a bowl or burrito (Pokeritto). They use only quality ingredients and everything is prepared fresh on a daily basis. Basic options include raw/marinated salmon and tuna or other pokes such as Nutty Sesame Tofu, King Mushroom or Habanero Chicken. You can have them with paired with rice or salad alongside other add-ons such as cherry tomatoes, dried cranberries and Japanese garlic chips. There are currently eight locations islandwide such as Amoy Street, Bugis Junction and Jewel @ Changi Airport.
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9) Salmon Samurai
At just $9.90 a bowl, you can enjoy wholesome donburi consisting of protein and base of your choice. Their salmon varieties come in either raw (e.g. sashimi, poke) or seared/cooked (e.g. Garlic Shoyu, Mentaiko). And for added prices, you have the option to top up your donburi with add-ons like half avocado, mixed nuts and ume sweet corn. Salmon Samurai is located at Ocean Financial Centre in Raffles Place and 100AM in Tanjong Pagar.
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Harvest specialises in healthy grain bowls using sous vide protein and natural ingredients. At just $12 a bowl, you get to pick a protein (e.g. chicken breast, dory fillet), base (e.g. brown rice, baby romaine), three sides (e.g. whole roasted garlic, baby carrots, marinated cherry tomatoes) as well as a topping (e.g. seaweed flakes, sunflower seeds) and dressing (e.g. sesame soy, balsamic vinaigrette). You can locate Harvest at 81 East Coast Road.
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That’s not all! More Top 10s in Singapore are waiting to be discovered!
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.