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Afterglow By Anglow

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Afterglow by Anglow, a new lifestyle concept focusing on healthy living

has recently launched on up-and-coming Keong Saik Road promoting

farm to table plant-based soul food and only partners with artisan

producers from around the world that take pride in their crafts; who

believe that the items and food that they make are meant to be

enjoyed and respected.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 23:00

+65 62248921
$56 based on 9 submissions
After Work (3 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes), Vegetarians (3 votes)

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Clean Eating at Keong Saik Road

For pictures and full review, do visit https://tenthousandtastebuds.wordpress.com/2015/07/23/afterglow-by-anglow-clean-eating-at-keong-saik-road/

Raw food eateries are a rare find in Singapore, and Afterglow by Anglow offers inspiring dishes that tastes as good as it sounds. I liked the concept of Afterglow by Anglow even before I stepped in, and after having tried it I can attest it’s a place with good whole foods that indeed leaves an afterglow to your memory. The prices are steep but if you’re feeling like a treat after indulging in processed foods, this may be an option to consider. Their raw zucchini linguine with walnut meatballs and raw chocolate fudge are the top recommendations.

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• 23 Jul 2015 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

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For pictures and full review, do visit https://tenthousandtastebuds.wordpress.com/2015/07/23/afterglow-by-anglow-clean-eating-at-keong-saik-road/

Raw food eateries are a rare find in Singapore, and Afterglow by Anglow offers inspiring dishes that tastes as good as it sounds. I liked the concept of Afterglow by Anglow even before I stepped in, and after having tried it I can attest it’s a place with good whole foods that indeed leaves an afterglow to your memory. The prices are steep but if you’re feeling like a treat after indulging in processed foods, this may be an option to consider. Their raw zucchini linguine with walnut meatballs and raw chocolate fudge are the top recommendations.
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• 16 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Too pricey and not filling.

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I stumbled there when I couldn't find Happy Realm vegetarian around the Outram park area. I was slightly taken aback by the prices, but decided to try it out anyway. I was interested in the potato salad ($15), and so I asked the waiter whether it was filling. He said it was very filling for a lady. When it came, the bowl was big...but very misleading! It was mostly filled with salad greens, together with some pieces of potatoes (probably makes up 1-2 small potatoes). I finished the whole bowl, and it was not filling at all as the waiter claims. The potato salad was nice but it is really not worth the price. I really wouldn't have minded at all if they added more potatoes.
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• 19 Sep 2014 • 295 reviews • 15 followers

A little pricey raw (not all organic) foods

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We missed #MeatlessMonday by a day, but we're trying to make up for it: here's the raw zucchini linguine with tomato sauce and coriander pesto. Like most of the dishes at Afterglow by Anglow, it's a little pricey at $16 (especially when not all ingredients used are organic). But this cold dish has flavour and texture. We just wish it had a little more punch.
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