#01-01, Robinson Point, 39 Robinson Road, 068911
+65 81634429
$10 based on 29 submissions
Lunch (16 votes), Healthy Eating (9 votes), Take Away (9 votes) ...

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$8.50 Croque Monsieur - not Fresh+'s best moment, but their salads are very good.
$8.50 Croque Monsieur - not Fresh+'s best moment, but their salads are very good.
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Latest Review for Fresh+ (Robinson Point)

Overall RatingBased on 20 reviews
Most helpful review:

Great Salads that you can put together or pick, but some misses.

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 3 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 8

As a general rule, the salads here are good. I have posted a picture of my $8,50 Croque Monsieur which I once ordered when particularly hungover, needless to say, I was complained as it was being made but was informed that they didn't have the right sort of bread, So I got a CM the size of my finger.

The big problem for me, is that the staff don't eat the food they're preparing, the salad dressings offered are poor / non-standard (there are 6, vinagrette is not one of them) and sometimes the staff try to add too much of a strong dressing and murder the whole salad.  Better to offer dressing on the sides. 

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The management of Fresh+ (Robinson Point) responded to this review:
15 Jun 2015
Hey GAZ! Thanks for leaving a review. The opinion of our customers is taken very seriously at Fresh+. These are my answers to the points you raised: Very sorry about your croque monsieur, especially as the morning-after requires abundance of fat and carbo!! Dressings are poor: I am very surprised as frankly we get countless compliments on our dressings as they are all made in-house (no chemicals and stabilizers) with prime ingredients. No vinaigrette: Sorry to contradict you, but the sauce Ravigote is a variety of vinaigrette. If you just want olive oil and balsamic with/without salt and pepper, just ask my staff, they will be happy to oblige. Too much dressing: thanks for your feedback, we are now serving a standard portion of dressing from a measuring cup. Cheers Philippe

Fresh+ is still the best

Food/Drink 5 | Value 5 | Ambience 5 | Service 5
Total Reviews: 2

Fresh+ had been my regular salad joint from 2009 to 2012 but I had to stop going on a regular basis when I moved from Robinson Road to Phillip Street. No salad bar nearby to me came close to the freshness of the salads at Fresh+. The crunchiness of the salads when you bite into it is evidence of that. I have now resorted to talking a long walk to Robinson Road to enjoy a salad. Good news is that Phillipe has just told me that a new branch is opening at Ocean Financial Centre - finally I get to enjoy what a real salad should look like.

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My First and will not be my last.

Food/Drink 5 | Value 5 | Ambience 4 | Service 5
Total Review: 1

My colleagues took me to fresh + last week. The food was fresh, price was reasonable, service was welcoming and enjoyed my first visit at fresh +. You are what you eat!


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