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Cityshop Deli is my favourite salad shop in Tokyo but now I’ve found a close second at PULP Deli & Cafe パルプ デリ&カフェ! Newly opened at Shibuya Cast (take exit 13 from Shibuya train station), it offers a DIY custom deli plate which adds a lot of points for fussy eaters like me. Their broccoli with ricotta cheese is the best and I’m going to have two servings of that next time!

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Between HeartBeet Organic and Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe, I prefer the former for sure even though the latter clearly has their share of fans. Flavours at HeartBeet are more “refined” (K will know what I mean ha) whereas my salad of smoky kale, roasted yams and tempeh bacon at Chaco is pretty one-dimensional.

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The Living Cafe is one of my all-time favourite cafes in Singapore and HeartBeet Organic Superfoods Cafe reminds me of TLC very much. There’s smoothies, salads, warm grain bowls and desserts, basically everything I want to eat! But reality is harsh and I can only pick one… HeartBeet burger it is. A walnut, sesame seed and sun-dried tomato burger patty with dehydrated “onion bread”, served with maple coconut chips and BBQ sauce. I love it but oh my, this is super dense and filling!

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Other than Cafe Flora, Plum Bistro is another well-regarded vegetarian restaurant in Seattle. I prefer the former though; my order of pan seared creole tempeh with wilted collard salad is not exceptional and the celery root puree is strangely cold hmm.

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The acai bowl at Jars Juice beats Jujubeet hands down because of one word: customization! I’m a fussy eater who knows what I like so it’s easy to create the perfect bowl for myself: acai veggie blend, coconut flakes, nut butter, hemp/chia/flax seeds, pecans and walnuts. I love this so much that I’m going to have it for lunch everyday for the rest of my stay in Seattle. (and I did!)

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The rule is universal — take anything fatty/creamy, fry it, and you will get a party in the mouth. I’m thinking of uni and avocado, mmm. The fried avocado strips at Cafe Flora are gloriously crispy and buttery, so bad yet so good. This place is well-known among vegetarians and I can see why. The menu is creative and goes beyond salads which anyone can toss together at home. I also tried the sesame crusted sunchoke-daikon croquettes with coconut lentils and grilled rapini. See what I mean? Don’t worry, I had to google “rapini” too so you are not alone!

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Ok, I can totally foresee myself lunching at Cityshop Delicatessen at least once a week. I love the fresh salads, the bold flavours, the gorgeous colours! Plus they go beyond the usual salad greens; think roasted pumpkin and brussel sprouts, fennel and kale with hijiki seaweed — basically salads not commonly found in Japan. Wish there’s more such delis in Tokyo to take my money ha.

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