Salad Days. The seasonal salad bowls and wraps at SaladStop! are the tastiest way to get your greens in

Salad Days

The seasonal salad bowls and wraps at SaladStop! are the tastiest way to get your greens in

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Foodie  Foodie Your Guide to Good Taste  on 8 Apr '20

SaladStop! takes customer safety seriously. They have implemented additional precautionary measures, with all SaladStoppers cleaning and sanitising their hands and stations every 15 minutes and undergoing temperature checks twice a day.

In partnership with SaladStop!

SaladStop! has introduced a tasty selection of seasonal salad bowls and wraps ($88 each) that make it particularly easy to be good to your gut. Their selection focuses on gut health, made with items that taste good and take care of your body.

You’ll find ingredients like takuan (pickled daikon), seared tuna, sauerkraut and cucumber pickles as well as Beyond Meat sausage. Two seasonal dressings that add extra depth to your greens include yuzu soy and mustard cider vinaigrette.

The seasonal salad bowls and wraps equate to meals that are chock-full of what your body needs to fuel it and keep it working at its best.

Attention, kale lovers!

Until 17 April, SaladStop! is offering free kale upgrades. SaladStop! uses Sustenir kale, which is locally grown in Hong Kong. The kale is harvested fresh daily by Sustenir, is 100% clean and grown indoors and tastes great. Available in-store and for pre-order online.

“At our core is a commitment to eat wide awake. We believe that eating should be more than just being good to our bodies. It should be about being good to everything around us. We are making the environment the heart of our practice.” – SaladStop! team

SaladStop!’s gut health bowls

SaladStop!’s gut health bowls

Admiralty: Shop 3, B3/F, Three Pacific Place, 2812 7130

Central: Shop 311–12, 3/F, Two Exchange Square, 2877 1600

Quarry Bay: Shop A, 1/F, Dorset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, 2812 7160

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