(SPOT.ph) Much as most of us love to go for greasy, heavy eats once in a while, but when it comes to fueling up on the daily (without feeling sluggish after!), going the relatively light and balanced route is the way to go. One of our reliables is definitely SaladStop, whose star salads and protein bowls deliver great flavor in a fresh and rejuvenating medium—and while we've all got our go-to orders, you'll want to consider changing it up this time around. Yup, the Singaporean brand's got new bowls that you'll want to try out, stat!
Try the new salads and bowls from SaladStop:
Yup, SaladStop's bringing in four new bowls to their lineup—and each bowl has its own distinct personality. The Fu-Silly Me! (P365/salad or wrap), for one, takes after the Italian-American classic that is pasta salad, with fusilli pasta, oven-baked chicken thigh, romaine lettuce, feta cheese, cherry tomatoes, red onions, black olives, and sunflower seeds joining forces along with Ranch dressing. A more Middle Eastern-inspired option is the Habibi (P395/bowl), which goes for a spiced, soulful medley of falafel, quinoa, romaine lettuce, red onions, cherry tomatoes, black olives, cucumber, capsicums, red pepper hummus, and Spiced Honey vinaigrette for a sweet-fiery punch.
If Asian flavors are your jam, go for the Samyo Sunrise (P395/bowl)—a vibrant-umami party with oven-baked chicken thigh, seared tofu, romaine lettuce, red and white cabbage, red onions, capsicum, and fried garlic coming together with SaladStop's rich Peanut Vinaigrette. And for a zesty Tex-Mex fiesta, try the vegetarian-friendly Taco Loco (P395/bowl); featured here is plant-based taco meat lent crunch and flavor with accompaniments of kidney beans, tortilla chips, romaine lettuce, red and white cabbage, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, red onions, jalapeno, cheddar cheese, and Smoky Ranch dressing to tie everything together.
You can try these new signature bowls at your nearest SaladStop outpost, or get your fix for delivery via GrabFood or Foodpanda.
SaladStop is a chain hailing from Singapore and known for their salads, wraps, and other nourishing bites. They came to the Philippines in 2015, brought over to our shores by the SSI Group.
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