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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 22 submissions
Healthy Eating (3 votes), Vegetarians (3 votes)
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Healthy (mostly organic/natural) vegetarian food at affordable prices

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/

The HGW community like this place for...

  • leicha2 votes
  • pineapple rice2 votes
  • fruit rojak1 vote
  • organic food1 vote
  • salad noodle1 vote
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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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• 06 Jan 2014 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

Healthy food at affordable price!

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For details, http://gingybite.blogspot.sg/2014/01/sunnychoice.html
SunnyChoice is my go-to place whenever I want to eat healthy without spending too much. The food here are decent, refreshing and most importantly, healthy. 


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• 04 Feb 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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The food is not mind blowingly good but its nice and healthy. Only natural, real ingredients were used (70% organic) and there is a clean and fresh taste. I saw a staff taking vegetables from the fridge of organic veggies that were to be sold so I trust that its all good. According to the enthusiastic waiter, they use:

- a mix of cashews and almonds for the leicha, instead of peanuts

- fried mushroom strips instead of ikan bilis

*The leicha tastes authentic but healthier and less salty.

 and for the curry noodles,

- soy instead of coconut milk

- whole wheat noodles or brown rice noodles, can't remember but it's healthier than normal noodles.

I also asked for their chilli paste, kind of like vegan sambal, which was sweet and only slightly spicy.

Their portions are reasonable, just enough for one person (my friend and I shared). The other options looked really good too, like the salad noodles and the sushi. They didn't offer water or give serviettes, maybe to save the planet but I don't know. Desserts are limited (chendol/dessert of the day) but I'll try it the next time.

I'd definitely recommend this place! It's much better than spending half the price on the oily food court versions that makes you feel gross after.

You can also get organic but expensive products there, but they have a section selling expiring items.

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