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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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• 13 Feb 2015 • 50 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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• 16 Sep 2013 • 408 reviews • 12 followers

Not so fresh

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Being a little sleep-deprived I wasn’t so keen on a heavy dinner. Sumo Salad seemed an appropriate choice. The takeaway stall offered deli salads, toasties and wraps.


I’m a big fan of pumpkin and settled on two salads featuring the orange fruit.
I began tucking into the roasted pumpkin and chickpea with sesame oil dressing (medium $8.90) to find it a little sour. Even the strong flavor of the dressing couldn’t mask it. Moreover, the salad was sticky and upon scooping fine threads could be seen linking the ingredients. We were dismayed at the stale salad and discarded it.
The pumpkin and cous cous with garlic dressing (medium $8.90) was a tad dry and we could hardly taste the dressing but at least it’s edible.

We also bought a sandwich to share, and the chicken, bacon and avocado with tomato relish ($6.90) turned out to be the only thing we liked. Not fantastic but compared to the salads it’s much more delectable.

Dinner was undoubtedly disappointing. We didn’t expect such bad quality so perhaps we’d avoid patronising the stall after lunch time in future. Total damage: $24.70 nett
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