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Sumo Salad (Raffles City)

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Despite its name, Sumo Salad offers not only salads but also a wide assortment of wraps, rolls, pastas and yoghurts. Sumo Salad assures that the freshest ingredients are used in its dishes and aims to deliver exceptional quality food to its customers.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63377715
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Good fresh salads which you can mix up

I like Sumo Salad for quick lunches when I need to get back to the office quickly, although a lot of times the problem is with the queue! They're quite popular and I think it's obvious why. Fresh salads and a mix of different salads ready to go too. A bit expensive, sadly, but still pretty good if you're trying to eat healthy.

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• 20 May 2015 • 261 reviews • 38 followers

what's your groupon deal objective?

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I thought the main purpose of a Groupon deal is to draw customers to your eatery with a bargain, let them sample the food and hope they will be back as full paying customers. I tried Sumo Salad throug a Groupon deal and was disppointed.

First they created a different salad pack for Groupon customers, the plastic container is smaller and they only allow salad that are on display. So my salad pack is a small box of salad that have been sitting around for a while and it tasted awful. Don't think I will return to Sumo.
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• 13 Feb 2015 • 23 reviews • 2 followers

Good fresh salads which you can mix up

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I like Sumo Salad for quick lunches when I need to get back to the office quickly, although a lot of times the problem is with the queue! They're quite popular and I think it's obvious why. Fresh salads and a mix of different salads ready to go too. A bit expensive, sadly, but still pretty good if you're trying to eat healthy.
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• 29 May 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

False Advertising!

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False Advertising!
"Sumo" suggests huge, large ...
The salads are really tiny! IMO way over priced though the salad is palatable
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