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Dine Healthier with Sufood’s New Dishes

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Healthy dining gets even more colourful as Sufood Singapore introduces a myriad of fresh new dishes specially created by their chefs.

Having been known for its innovative and stylish approach to healthy dining, Sufood is certainly no stranger to health fanatics and vegans.

With the introduction of their new menu this June, diners will be treated to Sufood’s latest culinary gems. These carefully curated dishes are customised to suit local taste buds, with their nutritional integrity preserved through thoughtful cooking techniques.

Each of the new dishes are designed to promote good health and vitality, providing a crucial nutritional boost to Singapore’s busy urban dwellers. New additions include a variety of salads such as the Assorted Tossed Salad, Rainbow Fruit Salad  and Macadamia Fruit Salad. Some health benefits include reduced risk of stroke and other cardiovascular diseases, maintaining a healthy heart and immune support. All three new salads are going at SGD 9 each. 

Other dishes include the flavourful Creamy Potato Black Bean Soup (SGD 6); the fibre-rich Fruity Mixed Grain Rice (SGD 15); the protein-packed Curry Cheese Calzone (SGD 15), and the complexion-boosting Homemade Tomato Soup Pasta (SGD 15) that aids in breaking down body fats.

Roselle Yoghurt

Roselle Jelly Yoghurt

For desserts, the almond-sprinkled Roselle Jelly Yogurt (SGD 5) helps with high blood pressure. 

These new dishes are available at all Sufood’s outlets located at Raffles City, #02-19; and Wheelock Place, #B2-01.

For more information, visit Sufood’s website.



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