There has been an explosion of health food offerings across Southeast Asia. According to a Nielsen global survey, 7 in 10 consumers in Southeast Asia view health and wellness as a key priority, which drives their purchase decisions. Let’s look at 5 restaurants & eateries making waves in the region’s health food scene.
YOLO - Singapore
YOLO offers healthier takes on popular local food items, such as laksa, fried rice and more. All menu items are co-created by an in-house nutritionist and chef. To increase accessibility to health foods, YOLO also offers self-pick-up and delivery options.
With four branches in the Philippines, The Wholesome Table offers family-style dining, with a focus on wholesome and high-quality ingredients. The Wholesome Table is planning to start its own farm to minimise uncertainties with food traders and product prices. This will also help to reduce raw food prices so that the establishment will be more accessible to more families.
Recipient of The Best Restaurant in Indonesia 2017, and ranked No. 21 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018, Locavore celebrates the fresh seasonal, local produce of Indonesia, with 95% of the kitchen’s ingredients sourced from local farmers, fishers and food artisans.
A plant-based cafe that serves unprocessed whole foods, Nourish Cafe is looking at opportunities in Singapore and possibly other parts of Thailand, but currently focuses on getting Bangkok as successful as its sister outlet in Yangon. The goal is to have Nourish Cafe in every major city and international airport, one step at a time.
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