A new healthy and affordable food option is now available for those in the Central Business District area.
Good Day, located in Asia Square, has grain bowls priced from S$7.80 to S$14.80.
Five different types of bowls are available, each with its own themes and nutritional information.
The most affordable option is aptly called “Green Day” due to its plant-based ingredients.
However, those who want some meat proteins in their bowl can swap the sambal tempeh with other options like black pepper chicken or cajun chicken.
Here’s the full list of ingredients:
Create your own bowls
You can also make your own bowls starting from S$8.80 for a small size, S$11.80, for a medium, and S$14.80 for a large bowl.
We opted for a large bowl, which lets us choose two base, three protein and two supplement.
Here’s what we ate:
And our ingredients:
- Buckwheat soba
- Romaine lettuce
- Cinnamon sweet potato
- Roasted mushroom
- Cajun chicken
- Mushroom ball
- Maple glazed salmon
Our favourite was the maple glazed salmon, which was not overly sweet and nicely fried.
Another honourable mention is the mushroom ball, which was made in-house, and unlike what you can find in supermarkets.
It did not taste overwhelming, and was a juicy ball with earthy flavours.
Overall, the bowl was delicious yet healthy tasting.
They used dry…