Don't we all want to eat healthy but tasty food every day if we can? Unfortunately it's not easy to get that in the CBD for a good price. Grain Traders at CapitaGreen is a good example of that. Rice or grain bowls have been trending in recent years as the next big thing to have for lunch, but they are essentially what we Asians have been having since forever - just healthier versions of nasi padang, or point-point rice as we call it, in a bowl.
I tried them a couple of weeks ago for the sake of research. Food was great. Super flavourful, healthy, wholesome. Zero complaints about it.
This is the menu. Hero bowls are $$16 each (nett) and there are 6 types of them. Otherwise you can order your own for the same price. One type of grain, one protein, one hot veg, two cold veg, a sauce and one topping.
You queue up and pick your ingredients, by pointing at them :P
I loved how colourful and homemade they looked in these containers. I guess this is what you're paying for as compared to dishes in regular steel squares.
A great chomping ground if you're feeling up for some healthy grains and tasty food. Now if only they were more affordable to be had more often!
138 Market St, #01-01/02/03 CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946
8am to 8pm, closed on Saturdays and Sundays
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