Singapore’s healthy foodies’ guide for F1 fans

Singapore’s Formula One Grand Prix is approaching fast. From September 20thto 22ndthe island city-state will become so much more than a regular F1 destination.

The electric Singaporean nights will vibrate not only at the pace of the cars but also to international hit songs as Gwen Stefani, Muse, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Swedish House Mafia and many more international singers & DJs will perform at the famous Marina Bay. So for all the F1 fans who like to party, Jademoiselle thought it would be nice for you to have a list of the best places to eat healthy in order to recover from late night drinks and dancing… Here you go! 😉

Cafe at Harding, 28B Harding Rd, Singapore 249549.
Beautiful and relaxing location for a resourcing break surrounded by nature. This very nice café offers good fresh food for all tastes with some vegetarian/vegan options. Eggs Benedict and Pancakes are on their breakfast and brunch menus, along with a vegan Coconut yoghurt superseed granola with blackberry compote and honey, Yum yum!

Open Sun-Thu: 8am-11pm, Fri-Sat: 8am-12am (midnight). Last orders daily at 10:30pm.
Tel: +65 9070 8782

Mother Dough Bakery, #01-01, 749 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198717.
For those who like to have a nice slice of fresh crusty baguette or a warm buttery sourdough croissant with a good coffee and – why not – some choice of exquisite pastries… You will have to make a pass to this address during your stay in Singapore.
This bakery was found in May 2018 by head baker Naadhira Ismail who started her bread and pastry journey in 2012 at The International Culinary Institute, NYC before studying the process and rhythms of slow fermentation, and learned how to bake the best baguettes with incomparable flavours, textures and nutritional value. Her artisanal breads are handcrafted daily with organic flour sourced from environmentally conscious grain millers. To avoid a long queue or make sure to get the pastries you are looking for, I advise you to order online 1 day before.

Open Tue-Sat: 12pm-7pm,  Sun: 11am-5pm. Closed on Mondays.
Tel: +65 6909 6604

Kitchen by Food Rebel, 28 Stanley Street, Singapore 068737. p. 6224 7088.
​Founded in January 2016 in the heart of Singapore CBD, this 40-seater café is frequented by vegetarians, vegans, athletes, clean-meat lovers, those with food intolerances or simply looking to lead a healthier lifestyle. The owners Elika & Rick Mather have “a mission to improve their customers’ health through a recipe of awareness, education and great, wholesome food” inspired by the region to create unique fusion dishes.
If you are fond of Eggs Benedict or willing to try their Coconut Oat Pancakes, have a nice brunch there on Saturday from 9am to 3pm. Last orders are 30 minutes before closing on weekdays and 15 minutes on Saturdays.

Open weekdays 8am-6pm, Sat 9am-3pm. Closed on Sundays.
Tel: +65 6224 7088

Real Food, 181 Orchard Road, #02-16 to 19 Orchard Central, Singapour 238896.
This healthy food institution in Singapore, prepares daily healthy meals using only fresh ingredients. They have various locations but we recommend Orchard Central.

Open daily 10am-8:45pm.
Tel: +65 6737 9516

The Living Cafe, 779 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269758. p. 6468 4482.
Healthy dairy-free and nut-rich café serving a large menu of raw and unprocessed organic foods at affordable prices. “Started by Dana Heather, Master Nutritionist in 2011 as part of the Balanced Living wellness centre, the café utilises cutting edge nutrition research, ancient wisdom, and international food and nutrition experts to bring you truly healthy and inspiring fare.” Known for their Blackforest brownie and Blueberry cheesecake 😉

Open Mon-Thu: 11am-7pm, Fri: 11am-10pm, Sat: 9am-10pm, Sun: 9am-8pm.
Tel: +65 6468 4482

Afterglow by Anglow, 24 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089131, p. 6224 8921.
Little vegetarian/vegan café serving tasty and satiating dishes made with fresh, non-processed and eco-friendly ingredients. Among their best dishes you will find the chunky quinoa-strone soup, “meat”-balls spaghetti, drag-pom salad of dragonfruit, pomegranate and avocado with chopped macadamia and raw zucchini linguine.

Open Mon-Sat: 12pm-10pm. Closed on Sundays.
Tel: +65 6224 8921

Mahota Commune, Level 3 Kitchener Complex, 809 French Road, Singapore 200809.
Good choice of vegetarian, meat or fish dishes prepared with fresh and mostly organic food.

Open daily 10am-10pm.
Tel: +65 6295 8809

VeganBurg,44 Jalan Eunos, Singapore 419502, p. 6844 6868.
Vegans and meat / fish lovers will find themselves in paradise in this 100% plant-based fast food founded on 10/10/2010 and supported by vegetarian and animal rights activist American singer+guitarist Chrissie Hynde. They have 1 location in Singapore and 1 in San Francisco.

Open daily 11:30am-10pm.
Tel: +65 6844 6868

Little Farms, 491 River Valley Road #01-20, Singapore 248371.
Organic & Health food store at Valley Point Shopping Centre. They offer a wide range of organic products, meals to go and have a little lunch spot. Vegan ice cream and gluten free products can be found there.
Readers’ choice awards 2019 gold winner by Expat Living (category Gourmet & International food store).

Open daily 7am-9:30pm.
Tel: +65 6262 0619

Et voilà…!  This was my selection for healthy yet tasty food options in Singapore to enjoy Formula 1 festivities without feeling sick or tired! I hope you will find this information useful and have a great F1 Grand Prix in Singapore! 😘

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