GREEN LIV­ING

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Healthy eat­ing just got tastier and eas­ier with Tokyo Chopped Salad, Sin­ga­pore’s first chopped salad con­cept. De­vel­oped by well-known Chef Teppei Ya­mashita

(of the famed Man Man Unagi), Tokyo Chopped Salad is per­fect for those quick lunches, with only a spoon needed to eat your bite-sized greens.

This salad joint in­jects Ja­pane­sein­spired flavours to chopped fresh greens as well as bento sets. Sig­na­ture sal­ads in­clude the Premium Beef Tataki Salad ($14.80) and the Men­tai Teriyaki Chicken Salad ($13.80). The for­mer sees ten­der pieces of beef rest­ing atop crisp greens and a hearty com­bi­na­tion of quinoa and brown rice, laced with sesame dress­ing, while the lat­ter sees suc­cu­lent teriyaki chicken mixed with a flavour­ful Men­taiko Cae­sar dress­ing. There are var­i­ous other de­li­cious sal­ads too such as the Healthy Avocado Mush­room

Salad ($11.50) with bal­samic vine­gar dress­ing and Pork Shabu-Shabu Salad with sesame dress­ing ($12.50).

For hearty ben­tos, the Grilled Salmon Bento ($13.50) is a must­try, with moist, flaky salmon served along­side a med­ley of grilled and fresh veg­eta­bles, and whole­some brown rice. Other op­tions in­clude the Baked Chicken Bento with Ja­panese white rice ($11.50) and Roast Beef Bento with brown rice and baby spinach salad ($15.50).

Be­sides th­ese, there is also a

DIY op­tion where sal­ads and ben­tos can be cus­tomised ac­cord­ing to your pref­er­ence. A wide range of gen­er­ously-por­tioned pro­teins such as tofu, sashimi and wagyu, as well as unique dress­ings such as spicy miso and sea­weed sesame dis­misses the idea that salad can only ever be bor­ing.

Fruit-in­fused wa­ter such as the Power Pack ($3), fea­tur­ing a detox­i­fy­ing com­bi­na­tion of straw­berry, cu­cum­ber, lime and mint leaves, makes for a re­fresh­ing ac­com­pa­ni­ment to the meal. Tokyo Chopped Salad also of­fers of­fice cater­ing op­tions. The out­let at Mil­lenia Walk is open daily from 11am to 9pm.

Sal­ads do not have to be banal if they are lay­ered with fresh in­gre­di­ents and spe­cially con­cocted Ja­panese-in­spired

dress­ings by a top chef.

1. Premium Beef Tataki Salad2. Choose from a range of sig­na­ture sal­ads.3. CoroCoro Salad fea­tures tofu and shrimps with sea­weed sesame dress­ing.

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