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The Garden

Raw FoodNaturalRestaurantSingapore

Outside seating
Air condition
W-LAN / WiFi
Price Range $$
The Garden has a unique concept of "conscious dining", whereby diners are empowered to know what they are consuming. No butter or cream is used and only small amounts of grapeseed or olive oil are added. The restaurant combines gourmet dining with nutritious benefits, allowing for diners to enjoy a healthy meal.The Garden is Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa’s unique conscious-dining restaurant housed within the charming heritage colonial building of So SPA – a 6000 square metres of pure pampering heave amidst tranquil nature-inspired surroundings. Offering wholesome contemporary cuisine, diners can enjoy meticulously crafted dishes made of the freshest ingredients, delicately prepared to retain the natural goodness and flavours of each ingredient. 

Healthy specials at The Garden

Coriander Marinated Chicken Breast
Coriander Marinated Chicken Breast
Wrapped in whole wheat tortilla, with carrot-mango slaw and citrus yoghurt. This is also the only dish that has the indicator, statign contains ingredients that help to lower cholesterol level.

“Chicken rice”
“Chicken rice”
The other main course that impresses is the signature “chicken rice”. Note the quotation marks :) I’ll explain. This isn’t your typical chicken fat and sesame oil laden Hainanese chicken rice, but a more heart-healthy rendition. The organic chicken breast is marinated in ginger-soy and paired with sauteed kai lan vegetable. The style seems more European than Asian. While I’m not jumping up and down over the rice, which is pressed like ketupat, the chicken scores points for being extremely appetising. I must stress that this isn’t anything like the Singapore version of Hainanese chicken rice, nor does it pretend to be. A dish like this stands on its own.

Grilled Portobello mushrooms
Grilled Portobello mushrooms
Grilled Portobello mushrooms, served with rice, roasted pumpkin, walnut and golden raisins. I believe my first reaction upon biting into the mushroom was a dramatic “Whoa! How juicy!” The succulent juices that ooze with every bite provide burst after burst of flavour.

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