Supergreek: The Team Behind Omakase Burger Opens SG’s First Fast-Casual Greek Kiosk Serving Healthy Bites At Raffles City

Supergreek, located at the basement level of Raffles City, was conceptualised by the team behind Omakase Burger and Picnic Food Park, and aims to bring the essence of Greek cuisine to those who are health-conscious about their food choices. With an excellent array of menu items, you will surely find something to enjoy, guilt-free.

Everything on the menu is less than 600 calories, and unlike the healthy grain bowls sold in the market, the grain bowls’ mixes are pre-selected for you, taking the fuss and trouble of having to select the ingredients yourself. Those who count calories, the calorie count information is shown clearly on the storefront’s menu. 

The food is handmade from scratch and authentically Greek—their pita wrap is air-flown directly from Greece, while their Greek yoghurt is painstakingly triple-strained to remove whey after fermentation. You can be confident of their high-quality and nutritious ingredients. 

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One of my personal favourites that keeps me going back to Supergreek is the Flame Grilled Steak (S$13.90). With the carnivorous appetite I have, this satisfies my love for meat, with premium USDA choice roast beef, paired with Greek vinaigrette, house-made tzatziki as well as hummus, served with brown rice. The hummus was nutty—with a slightly roasted taste—and was not as oily as regular store-bought hummus. 

There was a good variety of other ingredients which balanced out the richness of the meat, like the arugula, lettuce, roasted broccoli, sweet potatoes, with a sprinkle of sunflower seeds. 

One of the key ingredients that I appreciated was their house-made yoghurt. The Greek yoghurt added a refreshing dimension to the bowl with its thick and creamy texture; it made the meal a filling one that was worth every cent.  

The roasted beef was my favourite, as its fattiness delighted my palate. With every bite of the beef, the meat delivered an excellent mouthfeel—one that was delicate and juicy. 

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For seafood lovers, this one’s for you! The Fresh Norwegian Salmon (S$14.90) is packed with many ingredients that will guarantee your stomach filled, with the likes of quinoa, lettuce, spinach, roasted sweet potato and pumpkin, mashed potatoes, onions, cherry tomatoes, and sprinkled with sunflower seeds. Greek vinaigrette and beetroot sauce were drizzled all over to give the bowl more flavour. The salmon sat on top of it like a king on his throne. 

As I devoured the bowl, I noticed how smooth the sauce was, and how well it paired with the salmon, as well as with the other components of the dish. 

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For those who do not take beef, here’s a chicken option. The Grilled Chicken Steak (S$9.90) has ingredients put together like quinoa, spinach, mixed salad, roasted pumpkin, grilled capsicum, cucumber, Greek vinaigrette as well as sesame seeds. The Greek yoghurt avocado sauce, combined with the hummus, gave the bowl a creamy slant.  

The grilled chicken breast was not lacking in flavour, with its tenderness and juiciness, it is a must-get for those looking to fill your belly after a workout. 

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The Lamb Kebab (S$10.90) comes with imported Greek pita bread, which is not commonly found locally here. With its toasty and soft texture, this is a steal. But, how do the ingredients fare?   

The souvlaki of minced lamb kebab, paired with their house-made hummus and the spicy harissa was wonderful. This made the many kebabs I’ve tried before seem mediocre, and was a game-changer to my kebab experiences. 

The lamb didn’t have a strong gamey taste, which I appreciated a lot. 

The pita wrap wrapped up the experience with ingredients like basmati rice, grilled zucchini and eggplant, purple and white cabbage, cherry tomatoes and onion, and finally drizzled with orange vinaigrette.  

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For those looking for vegan options, fret not with The Roasted Vegan (S$7.90), as it’s gluten-free, and has a ton of Vitamin C. With a party of textures coming from the medley of quinoa, cured beetroot, purple and white cabbage, roasted broccoli and cauliflower, corn and cucumber, onions, and cherry tomatoes, the real cherry on top was the addition of their house-made hummus.

Dressing-wise, it had a drizzle of orange vinaigrette with a rather interesting sauce—a mango-capsicum sauce. The cured beetroot did not have an earthy taste, and added a refreshing crunch when eaten with the rest of the ingredients.   

Taking a bite of the various ingredients, it was refreshing. The hummus balanced the bowl with its savoury characteristics, and it was not overpowering the fruity elements of the recipe. 

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For those who are in search of a simple low-calorie dessert that will make you feel good, try The Greek Classic (S$4.90)

Carrying only 140 calories, it is topped with a combination that can never go wrong: honey and walnuts. Combined with the house-made Greek yoghurt, it’s creamy and rich and would satisfy both your taste buds and your tummy.  

I personally prefer Supergreek over many healthy fast-casual eateries out there, and you couldn’t pay me to lie about it! With its no-nonsense menu that did not stress me when it came to ordering, this was a relief. 

The bonus is the calorie information provided, which is useful when one’s trying to keep an eye on their food intake.

Expected Damage: S$8 – S$15 per pax 

Price: $

Our Rating: 5 / 5


252 North Bridge Road, Raffles City Shopping Centre, #B1-54, Singapore 179103

Our Rating 5/5


252 North Bridge Road, Raffles City Shopping Centre, #B1-54, Singapore 179103

Operating Hours: 10am - 10pm (Daily)

Operating Hours: 10am - 10pm (Daily)
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