Buffet restaurant Clove has since pivoted to become Burgers and Shakers. At this new concept, burgers come made with sustainably sourced ingredients – with beef from an Australia-based family-owned farm, tilapia from Swissotel The Stamford’s own hydroponics farm, and Impossible meat-free patties. Part of its signature creation is the vegan Moo-CHAS Grass-IAS ($18), which comes with an Impossible Meat patty topped with homemade chilli, guacamole, jalapeño mayonnaise, pickled chilli, and yoghurt lime sauce. To amp up the health factory, opt for swap the buns for a kale sourdough variant, and round off the meal with a vegan kale almond thick shake ($10) made with soy milk, fermented miso, toasted almonds, and dehydrated kale.
Burgers aren’t just for the meat-lovers. Nowadays, these juicy stacks can come filled with healthier, greener alternatives – from meatless alternatives to soy patties. Plus, they can taste just as indulgent too. And while you’re chowing down on these plant-based creations, know that you’re also doing a small part for the environment, since most of them are made with lower carbon emission. So now you no longer have to feel guilty about having a cheat meal.
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