Omnivore espouses healthy, balanced eating - a wholesome combination of carbs, proteins and greens are freshly prepared and boxed up in no-frills disposable containers made ready for takeaway in a few short minutes.

Extremely popular with busy office workers in the central business district seeking efficient lunches on the go, hearty portions are served at immensely affordable prices despite its generous use of premium ingredients. Simply check off desired items on an order slip, present it to the cashier for payment and thereafter proceed to collect the food in another corner when one's allotted queue number is called.

Sample Order Slip

Popular protein options: chicken breast, torched steak, smoked duck, salmon and tom yum prawns

Popular carbohydrate options: sweet potatoes, brown rice and pasta

Popular toppings: roasted peanuts, olives, garlic bean sprouts, raisins, edamame and sous vide egg

Here are our reviews of three separate purchases:

1. Chicken Breast, Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin Seeds, Black Olives And Sous Vide Egg (With Olive Oil Vinaigrette Dressing) - $9.90

The chunks of baked Japanese sweet potatoes (purple skin variety) were firm and cakey which exuded a naturally sweet essence in every bite, while an entire sliced chicken breast fillet heaped upon was midway between succulent and chewy in terms of texture. Overlooking the slightly miserable ration of pumpkin seeds and black olives dispensed, this made for a largely satisfying repast.

2. Torched Steak, Brown Rice, Roasted Peanuts, Roasted Capsicums And Sous Vide Egg (With Olive Oil Vinaigrette Dressing)-$10.90

The torched steak pieces (atop a bed of sufficiently nutty brown rice) were done medium rare - browned exterior vs pink cross section with hints of red. Appetites were quickly whetted at a glance, unfortunately the meat didn't quite meet expectations taste wise no thanks to a tangle of rubbery gristle which required careful circumenvention amidst an underlying dryness.

On one hand the sous vide egg was already punctured at the onset, thus compromising the crunchiness of them peanuts with its leaky core; the roasted capsicums of assorted colors on the other partially redeemed things through a zesty articulation of the bitter, sweet and fruity. In any case, this is surely one elaborate meal in itself, so be prepared to feel stuffed once you are down to the last morsel.

3. Tom Yum Prawns, Pasta, Sweet Corn, Seasoned Tomatoes And Button Mushrooms (With Olive Oil Vinaigrette Dressing)-$11.40

The tom yum prawns were quite a treat; lips tingled slightly from one potent delivery of both spicy and sour. The sauteed button mushrooms which were full of robust flavor enchanted equally. However to our absolute dismay the fusilli pasta turned out to be tediously plain spirals of durum wheat bordering on the unpalatable. As far as the seasoned tomatoes and sweet corn are concerned, we plead the fifth.

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Score: 7.3/10



Chevron House Republic Plaza The Sail @ Marina Bay
30 Raffles Place, 9 Raffles Place, 2 Marina Boulevard,
Basement 1 #01-13A #B1-08
Singapore 048622 Singapore 048619 Singapore 018987