Let’s make one thing clear: Eating out does not require putting your weight-loss plan on hold until tomorrow. No one expects restaurants to serve only healthy fare but they should provide options.
There are usually items at eateries and chain restaurants that have the potential to be part of a perfectly sensible meal. Aren’t sure which menu option is the healthier choice? Just read this list of the healthier restaurant meals in Singapore before you decide where to go for your meal. We’ve even calculated the total number of calories, along with nutritional content, in these recommended dishes so you know exactly what you’re in for.
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What: This popular eatery sports a savoury menu that’s surprisingly very good for an establishment that specialises in the sweet stuff – we were pleasantly surprised by the hearty flavour of their satay, the simple yet tasty Macau pork bun and the innovative hazelnut butter spaghetti. Our top recommendation: the glass noodle salad. Bursting with Thai-inspired flavours, this dish boasts an addictive and tangy taste that’s complemented by succulent prawns and crunchy cashew nuts. Best of all, it fills you up.
Per Serving: 174 calories, 45g carbohydrates, 6g fat, 13g protein, 164mg sodium
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Where: Brazil Churrasco
What: It’s easy to get carried away: Brazil Churrasco offers a kaleidoscopic selection of straight-off-the-grill meats paired with a hefty assortment of options at the salad bar (the latter is good enough for a full meal on its own). The Gillman branch is also open for lunch, making it a perfect location for a bustling office luncheon. Although it’s hard to single out a meat of choice, we were especially impressed by the tenderness and flavour of the chicken pieces – so tender is the meat from the cooking process, it slips off the bones effortlessly. It was also infused with an intoxicating blend of spices and left no heavy aftertaste.
Per Serving: 245 calories, 39g protein, 10g fat, 0g fibre, 392mg sodium
Where: Boomerang Bistro & Bar
What: Quench your caveman craving with the succulent Rib Eye on Bone. This half-kilo slab of beef is for the serious meat eater, served with a side of mash and mesculin. Its rich, savoury gravy can be spooned on prudently or drenched on lavishly. This is not for the faint-hearted.
Per Serving: 820 calories, 105g carbohydrate, 125g protein, 30g fat, 6g fibre, 868mg sodium
Find It: #01-15 The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay, tel: 6738-1077 Map
Where: Café Cartel
What: Check out the Pan Fried Linguine from Café Cartel if you’re searching for a filling, protein-filled meal. With only three grams of saturated fat, it’s a healthy dish that’s bound to leave a lasting impression on your palate. Chock-full of chicken slices, shitake mushrooms, and blended with a scrumptious mix of garlic, olive oil and white wine, this dish will make it to the top three of any pasta enthusiast’s list almost instantly. Go easy on the free bread servings though, lest you unknowingly pile on the kilos.
Per Serving: 990 calories, 167 g carbohydrate, 50 g protein, 13 g fat, 10 g fibre, 260 g sodium
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Where: Chaozhou Inn
What: It’s difficult to find food that isn’t oily and that genuinely tastes good, but we reckon Chaozhou Inn might have gotten the formula down pat with the savoury crystal bun. Packed with oodles of prawns and chives wrapped in a delicate, translucent skin, this Teochew dim sum truly swept us off our feet at first taste. There seemed to be nary a drop of oil on each dumpling, but yet the explosion of flavour was indescribable. We’d happily give up char kway teow for this baby, any time.
Per Serving: (For 5 dumplings) 144 calories, 8g protein, 6g fat, 2.4g fibre, 491mg sodium
Find It: #B1-84D, Parkway Parade, Tel: 6346 6617 Map
Where: The Chicken Rice Company
What: Before you dismiss this eatery as yet another run-of-the-mill chicken rice stall, take a second look: The Chicken Rice Company uses Sakura Chicken (the poultry equivalent of wagyu… without the price tag), which boasts 5g less fat than regular chicken and about half the sodium content. Add in the “less salt and oil” caveat of the establishment and you’ll wonder how tasty its offerings can get. Pretty darn tasty, apparently, as the incredibly tender chicken meat blends perfectly with the homemade chilli and spring onion-ginger sauces. We feel positive that you’ll never look at chicken rice the same way again.
Per Serving: 482 calories, 63g carbohydrates, 23.5g protein, 14.8g fat, 4g fibre, 590.9mg sodium
Where: Curry Favor
What: There’s more to Japanese food than just sushi and tempura. At Curry Favor, everything is slathered with their lovely homemade version of Japanese curry. It’s hearty, exotic, and an addictive addition to a meal that just makes you want to stuff more and more down your throat. Their menu incorporates udon and bento sets, but we especially loved the Beef and Mushroom Stewed Curry, served with lightly sauteed button mushrooms and strips of beef tenderloin. The flavours of the two combine perfectly to give the dish an unmistakable woody, tangy character.
Per Serving: 1070 calories, 195g carbohydrates, 45g protein, 14g fat, 19g fibre, 135mg sodium
Where: Domino’s Pizza
What: The nine-inch Extravaganza pizza makes an ideal meal for two. This light and oil-free crust pizza is topped with beef pepperoni, peppers, olives and mozzarella – a well-balanced combo, we believe.
Per Serving: 509 calories, 60g carbohydrates, 24g protein, 19g fat, 1g sodium
What: Pamper yourself silly at Dozo with their a six-course degustation lunch or a seven-course dinner, but make sure you select the scrumptious beef tenderloin on pu-ye leaf, sizzling as it’s served to you on a hot granite stone. Amazingly, the flavourful beef is not marinated, making it a salubrious dish that’s easy on the waistline. You’ll also eat significantly less if you partake slowly, such as during a degustation meal, says Vidya G. Bhat, a dietitian from Nutrition Network Services. That’s because it takes about 20 minutes for your brain to signal to your body that it’s full, she says.
Per Serving: 273 calories, 0g of carbohydrate, 47g of protein, 9g of fat, 0g of fibre, 90g of sodium
Find It: #02-02/03, Valley Point Shopping Centre, Tel: 6838 6966 Map
Where: Everest Kitchen
What: A plate of chicken momos from Everest Kitchen is a satisfying way to start lunch. These succulent Nepalese dumplings are stuffed with chicken and vegetables, and accompanied by a hot, tangy dipping sauce. You get to choose between the leaner, steamed variety or the crispier, fried ones. You can also get a plate that has a sampling of both. So tasty you’re guaranteed not to stop at one.
Per Serving: 456.7 calories, 3.5g carbohydrates, 3g protein, 3.5g fat, 1.07g fibre, 126mg sodium
Find It: 518 Macpherson Road, Tel: 6844 4170 Map
Where: Fish & Co.
What: Get a mouthful of Fish & Co.’s Grilled Salmon and be surprised at the explosion of flavour it packs. Irrepressibly tender, the salmon made it to the top few of our list with the trademark spices and lemon butter sauce of the restaurant chain. Also availiable in Cajun and teriyaki flavours, you can now get your ticker-friendly Omega-3 fatty acid dose in a much better tasting way than from a jar of pills. If you don’t want to put a dent into your gym regime, finish only half the fries, and you’ll add eight less grams of fat to your waistline.
Per Serving: 920 calories, 108 g carbohydrate, 59 g protein, 29 g fat, 6 g fibre, 200 mg sodium.
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Where: Food Republic (Suntec)
What: Totally devoid of meat (save for slivers of ikan bilis), Thunder Tea Rice at Suntec City’s Food Republic may look like tasteless rabbit fodder at first glance, but don’t be fooled. A bowl of brown rice forms the main dish, slathered with a myriad of vegetables like green beans, pickled radish, tofu and groundnuts for that extra texture and crunch. Pour in the piping hot, piquant mixture of tea leaves, basil and mint, stir, and chow down. It’ll probably take you two to three mouthfuls to get acquainted with the taste, but you’ll fall in love with it after that.
Per Serving: 480 calories, 66g of carbohydrate, 18g of protein, 18g of fat, 11g of fibre, 45mg of sodium.
Find It: Level one, Suntec International Convention and Exhibition Centre Map
What: Wasabi Wrap Filled with smoked chicken, romaine lettuce and a wasabi dressing that is savoury and not overpowering, this wrap is filling without weighing you down. The wholewheat tortilla wrap is steamed to improve its texture and moistness.
Per Serving: 509 calories, 60g carbohydrates, 24g protein, 19g fat, 1g sodium.
Find It: #01-09 Hitachi Tower, Tel: 9844-8002 www.froots.com
What: If you reckon fried rice is all about stir-frying overnight rice soaked in oil, you’ll want to do a second take with this version from Grains. The dish is not only made with less oil, but one-third of the dish is prepared with brown rice. A salubrious mix of prawns, scallops, fish and wolfberries is thrown in for extra texture and taste, this dish breaks free from the usual humdrum mould of regular fried rice recipes. Shovelling a spoonful of the mixture into our mouth proved to be quite an experience: The flavour was slightly smoky and very tasty, with nary a hint of the oily consistency you get at the zhi char stall.
Per Serving: 311 calories, 64g of carbohydrates, 8g of protein, 3g of fat, 5g of fibre, 59mg of sodium
Find It: #02-92, Central Tel: 6534 7707 Map
What: Lucas prides itself on being an unpretentious grill that specialises in meat and poultry. We found the Seared Duck Breast to be a crisp-on-the-outside and tender-on-the-inside treat, bathed in a rich and slightly tangy sauce. A consistent pleasure with every single bite.
Per Serving: 453 calories, 31.9g protein, 32.5g carbohydrates, 7.5g fat, 0.4g fibre, 594mg sodium
Where: Madam Saigon
What: Madam Saigon is the place to go if you’re looking for authentic Vietnamese cuisine, especially if you’ve got a craving for phở, the traditional Vietnamese dish of beef noodle soup. We especially love the interesting medley of raw bean sprouts, mint and basil that you can toss into the piping hot soup according to your tastes. A slurp of the silken kway teow noodles in the broth reminds us vaguely of the local beef noodles in food courts. But the herbs, slices of lean beef, beef tendon balls, and a squeeze of lime add a positively addictive texture to the dish.
Per Serving: 322 calories, 42g carbohydrates 24g protein, 5g fat, 1.3g fibre, 843mg sodium
Find It: 30 Liang Seah Street, Tel: 6333 8798 Map
What: They call themselves the “Starbucks” of green tea and rightly so, with OChaCha’s amazingly tasty myriad of green tea creations. From ice-blended varieties to the frothy, full-bodied matcha (top grade green tea made from actual tea leaves), you’ll revel in their clean, light flavours. Shore up your tea with the Sakura Egg Sandwich, chock-full of onion, lettuce, pepper, diced eggs and topped with panini bread that produces a surprisingly filling dish that kicks nutritional butt.
Per Serving: 239 calories, 30g carbohydrates, 14g protein, 6g fat, 6g fibre, 547mg sodium
Find It: #B1-44F Raffles City Shopping Centre, Tel 6333-5886 Map
What: The Chicken Caesar Salad from PastaMania is ideal if you’re looking for the kind of lunch that’ll fill you up without weighing you down when you return to the office. It’s made with skinless chicken breast, hard-boiled eggs and crunchy romaine lettuce with a rich dressing on the side, so you can decide for yourself how much of it goes onto your plate.
Per Serving: 210 calories, 11g carbohydrate, 24g protein, 9g fat, 9g fibre, 1g sodium
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PastaMania offers full “dine in” restaurant selection of pastas and pizzas in a casual setting and prides itself for its quick service.
Where: Pasta de Waraku
What: Sometimes, it’s the simple dishes that truly excel, both in taste and in keeping your waistline in check. Pasta de Waraku’s Spaghetti alle Vongole is as straightforward as it gets: Spaghetti, clams, seaweed and olive oil. The pasta is delicately infused with a distinct seafood taste, and is perfectly complemented with just the right amount of seaweed and olive oil. It’s also a taste found nowhere else, because the establishment prides itself on providing a unique Japanese-Italian fusion blend that simply rocks.
Per Serving: 369 calories, 39g carbohydrates, 18g protein, 16g fat, 3.7g fibre, 210mg sodium
What: The festive season is nigh upon us once again – and that usually means we’ll be stuffing lots of grub down our gullets. Knock yourself out with Prego’s offerings of Italian festive dishes like the Coffee Marinated Lamb. Grilled to perfection, the meat is exceedingly tender and infused with the aroma of coffee and a hint of rosemary. We also love how easily the meat slides off the bones and the simplicity of the dish – well cooked, hearty and unpretentiously genuine. Located at Fairmont Singapore, Prego is but one of many restaurants in the hotel that will offer premium festive fare this month.
Per Serving: 173 calories, 11g carbohydrates, 20g protein, 6g fat, 1.4g fibre, 58mg sodium
Find It: Prego, Fairmont Singapore, Tel: 6431 6156 Map
Where: The Prime Society
What: Grass-fed Eye Fillet. The Prime Society prides itself in serving only the best cuts of meat. Our favourite cut of beef – the eye fillet – is naturally lean, requires less cooking and maintains a succulent tenderness with every bite. We recommend the garlic roast potatoes as a side dish.
Per Serving: 320 calories, 0g carbohydrates, 40g protein, 17g fat, 0g fibre, 220mg sodium
Find It: #01-20 Block 10, Dempsey Road, Tel: 6474 7427 Map
Where: Red House Seafood Restaurant
What: In a restaurant famous for chilli and black pepper crab, the Spicy Seafood Combination from Red House surprisingly holds its own. Fresh scallops, shrimp, squid and fish are cooked in milky gravy flavoured with aromatic Thai spices. This deliciously hot and hearty stew goes well with steamed rice or buns – and is great for sharing with company.
Per Serving: 140 calories, 8g carbohydrates, 16g protein, 4.5g fat, 220mg sodium
What: Hail Caesar — the fast food version of the classic Caesar salad is a filling meal that does not weigh you down, which means no post-lunch drowsiness or yawning. Hail Caesar is made of romaine lettuce, chopped boiled egg, croutons and Parmesan cheese. What’s great about Saladstop is that you decide the quantity of the ingredients, so you determine how much or how little of what you want. We found this useful as we opted for less of the rich, creamy dressing.
How Much: $9.50
Per Serving: 349.1 calories, 24.8g carbohydrates, 15.5mg protein, 20.8g fat, 3.1g fibre, 899.9mg sodium
Where: The Screening Room
What: This is sushi like you’ve never tasted before. The brainchild of Michelin-starred chef Wayne Nish, the seasoning used in his new nigiri sushi range is crystallised in small jelly-like blocks or slices – meaning, you don’t have to dip the delicately crafted item into soy sauce at all. The wagyu beef with picked garlic, black caviar and spring onion caught our eye with its artful presentation and amazing blend of flavours. The freshness and bite of the beef was simply sublime. And when married with the crunchy, salty taste of caviar, we were left wanting more.
Per Serving: 326 calories, 37g carbohydrates, 19g protein, 9g fat, 2g fibre, 34mg sodium
Find It: 12 Ann Siang Road, Tel: 6221 1694 Map
Where: SKY Café
What: Fancy a filling, muscle-building meal right after your lunchtime workout? Swing by the luxurious SKY Café for a protein-packed meal with the Tender Chicken in Tomato Olive. Succulent chicken breast is doused in a tangy tomato-olive sauce, with Parmesan cheese, herbs, mixed salad, a dash of white wine sauce, and a side of brown rice. You’ll find it difficult to believe that this tasty creation is actually very healthy. Another must-try is their new creation, SammyO: smoked salmon with egg white omelette on a slice of multigrain bread. Despite being exceedingly smooth and creamy, it’s nutritious to boot.
Per Serving: 417 calories, 45 g, protein, 68 g carbohydrates, 10 g fat; SammyO: 253 calories, 17.2 g protein, 27.4 g carbohydrates, 7.9 g fat
Find It: #16-01 Harbourfront Tower Two, Tel: 6271 0818 Map
What Made from meat that’s never frozen, Superdog sells itself big on freshness and taste. A refreshing change, especially after all the sausage horror stories we’ve heard. We locked our eyes instantly on the Chili Dog, consisting of a beef sausage topped with Superdog’s special chilli blend and diced onions. We took a hefty bite, and realised how long we’ve not had real sausages. It was meaty, tasty and didn’t smack of artificial flavourings. The soft bun (you can select a baguette if you like) perfectly complemented this classic snack. Awesome.
How Much $4.20, $6.80 for a set
Per Serving 442 calories, 40g carbohydrates, 20g protein, 23g fat, 2.1g fibre
Where: The Sweet Potato Place
What: Sweet potatoes are probably one of the few foods that make our stomach rumble at the mere mention of them. And The Sweet Potato Place produces some awesome varieties of this traditional Taiwanese dish. Their charcoal-roasted sweet potatoes are presented with the skin still intact. Though slightly grimy in appearance (it’s perfectly clean though), its taste combines perfectly with the orangey-yellow flesh within to give the dish its signature flavour. What’s more, it’s also nearly devoid of fat and boasts a low glycaemic index, making it an excellent pickup meal to fuel you through the workday.
Per Serving: (100G) 134 calories, 33.2g carbohydrates, 0.3g protein, 0g fat, 3.5g fibre, 87.9mg sodium
What: With the revamp of their menu last year, Swensens has since launched a slew of new dishes, one of the most notable being the Tic-Tac-Toe sandwich that’s a veritable protein powerhouse. It’s huge and difficult to eat without unglamorously spilling its contents over the plate, so just be prepared to open really wide to take a bite. Egg, ham, lettuce and tomato clasped in the sourdough bread give the sandwich a hearty, crunchy flavour, well complemented with a serving of crosscut potatoes and coleslaw. Go easy on the chips if you’re watching your weight.
Per Serving: 622 calories, 64g carbohydrates, 36g protein, 13g fat, 3g fibre, 1,255 sodium
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What: You’ve never seen local cuisine look like this: Serving bite-size portions tapas-style, Taste restaurant at the Ibis Hotel prides itself in offering variety. With the option to choose three to five dishes from a 20-item menu that comprises perennial favourites like char kway teow, you’ll be surprised at how much flavour and value this gives. Our favourite: A combination of satay, chilli crab and chicken rice (opt for breast meat) for a protein-packed lunch. The food is surprisingly tasty, infused with a flavour that’s hard to come across in hawker centre equivalents.
Per Serving: 407 calories, 31g protein, 10g fat, 5g fibre, 617mg sodium
Find It: 170 Bencoolen Street, Tel: 6593 2886 Map
Where: Thai Express
What:Traditional Thai food doesn’t always have to be artery-clogging, as Thai Express’ Tom Yum Seafood Soup demonstrates: it’s prepared without coconut milk, resulting in a clear, yet potent broth. Flavoured with real chicken stock and boiled for around two and a half hours each time, the spicy concoction is infused with just the right blend of herbs and spices. Also try their Thai Popiah Wraps if you’re a weight watcher; it’s so salubrious that it comes with only one gram of fat.
Per Serving: 440 calories, 49 g carbohydrates, 47 g protein, 6 g fat, 5 g fibre, 2060 mg sodium
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Where: Viva Mexico
What: Viva Mexico’s stoneground, unseasoned corn chips caught our attention. Served with green and red chilli dips, they make a tasty starter. What really got our taste buds revving was the Beef Fillet with Cuitlacoche (a type of fungus and a delicacy). Even if you’re not crazy about Mexican fare, you’ll like this dish. Grilled to a melt-inyour-mouth consistency, the beef is enhanced by the earthy and aromatic sweetness of the cuitlacoche.
Per Serving: 503 calories, 82g carbohydrates, 68g protein, 20g fat, 2g fibre, 179mg sodium
Find It: 23 Cuppage Road, Cuppage Terrace, Tel: 6235 0440 Map
Where: Wonton Story
What: Before you dismiss Wonton Story as just another dim sum joint, consider the innovative dumpling varieties on offer. You can choose from fillings such as mushroom, tako (octopus) or prawn, and have your dumplings served either soup or dry style. We went for the Asparagus T-bone Wonton, which combines crunchy asparagus slices with tender pork mince for a taste explosion. Prices range from $5.90 to $8.90 for a set meal (dumplings and noodles).
Per Serving: 19 calories, 2g carbohydrates, 1g fat, 1g protein, 48mg sodium, 0.1g fibre
Find It: #B1-18 The Cathay Building, 2 Handy Road, Map
What: It’s 3pm and the ol’ tummy’s yearning for some nosh. Had enough of fattening curry puffs and spring rolls? Then give Yoshinoya’s Mini Congee with Gyoza a try. Haven’t heard of this dish yet? That’s because it’s meant to be served as a light afternoon snack, from 2pm to 5pm. Pan-fried with less oil and combined with fresh herbs and spices to improve the flavour, the gyozas are sensational when paired with the bowl of congee and a vinegar and ginger dip. It’s a great low-fat, low-calorie answer to the pesky mid-afternoon hunger pang.
Per Serving: 132 calories, 12g of carbohydrate, 5g of protein, 1.8g of fat, 1.2g of fibre, 225mg of sodium
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Information is correct at time of publication. Last updated 12 August 2009