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Sunnychoice

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Sunnychoice Pte Ltd is a family business run by 5 sisters. Commenced business in January 2007, our store carries a wide selection of natural/organic products. Within our store, there is also a cafe area. Hurry down now to enjoy a healthy and tasty meal.

+65 68922383
$10 based on 24 submissions
Children/Family (3 votes), Healthy Eating (3 votes), Vegetarians (3 votes)
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Dishonesty in price calculation.

Beware of the prices of the product. If you buy it from different cashiers, they charged differently.
 One of the owner, who work usually om Sunday, even go to the extreme of charging the product price more than the keyed in price.

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• 17 May 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Healthy Eating at Sunny Choice

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We stumbled upon Sunny Choice, a casual-dining organic/ vegetarian restaurant at Railway Mall near Bukit Panjang, that serves vegetarian meals with 70% organic ingredients. The eatery is small but brightly lit, with a range of vegetarian food options, and several shelves packed with vegetarian/ organic products. It’s a family-run business, with friendly and efficient service. This is not exactly a hang-out place, tho’ we see people enjoying a book or magazine over their meals/ drinks, or just chatting up over a meal and a pot of tea.  They are generous with their food portions and ingredients, and we’ve found all the dishes to be tasty with a generous amount of wholesome ingredients, at an average of
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• 10 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Dishonesty in price calculation.

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Beware of the prices of the product. If you buy it from different cashiers, they charged differently.
 One of the owner, who work usually om Sunday, even go to the extreme of charging the product price more than the keyed in price.
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• 28 Aug 2014 • 82 reviews • 0 follower

Healthy (mostly organic/natural) vegetarian food at affordable prices

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Mostly Asian/Singaporean dishes but made with mostly organic/natural ingredients. They have many healthy options. My favourites: 
1) Xin Zhou Bee Hoon
2) Nasi Lemak
3) Fresh juices rich in enzymes

Sunny Choice is in my top list of restaurants with vegan/vegetarian options. Read more at http://www.eatprayflying.com/eatprayflyings-top-5-veganvegetarian-restaurants-in-singapore-and-more/
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