SaladStop! is the brainchild of father & son team, Daniel & Adrien. Having both grown up in the hospitality industry, we felt a need for healthier food options in Singapore and had a vision of bringing something innovative, fresh and tasty to increasingly discerning and health conscious Singaporeans. Innovative and delicious eating options at SaladStop! is just the tip of the iceberg lettuce!
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Delicious and nutritious, just ignore the staff
Salad Stop was my staple diet throughout the exam period. I would like to personally thank them for having a store near my school, as well as preventing me from eating only pop tarts for lunch everyday for months on end. Not only are they much more healthy, but I never realised how good a wrap full of healthy stuff could actually be. It’s also really good value for money, for under $10 you can get yourself a big *massive* wrap full of up to 7 fillings.
I enjoyed how you can pick everything from the style of wrap to how finely chopped you want your salad, you can make one literally whatever way you fancy, so embrace your inner control freak. I didn’t think that it would actually fill me up and leave me feeling full, yet I found it was actually a struggle to finish the whole thing. My only complaint? The people working there looked like they were there against their will and that they would rather be watching paint dry. A bit snappy and a tad impatient was not ideal customer service during a period of stress when I could have cried if somebody simply looked at me the wrong way.
Overall, I love the idea behind Salad Stop and what it stands for, their food is healthy, delicious, reasonably priced and the one at One North has a nice area to eat in as well. Apart from a few rude staff, I have not one bad thing to say about Salad Stop itself.
I went with my vegetarian friend to the Salad Stop at Fusionopolis for lunch one day after school. The place was a bit small compared to the one at Raffles Place, and full of workers.
Salad Stop offers you a choice of Signature Salads/Wraps or your own creation. I opted for a traditional Caesar Salad, which they titled 'Hail Caesar'. Pretty creative! My vegetarian friend had a 'Go Geisha', a Japanese inspired vegetarian salad, but in a wrap.
My Caesar Salad came in a huge bowl, well worth for the $10 I paid. The salad was tossed well by the staff, and the vegetables were fresh and crisp. My friend could not finish her wrap, and had to give some to me. For $10 a salad, I would definitely come back here for lunch.