The folks behind Omakase Burger and Picnic over at Wisma Atria recently opened a fast-casual Greek food outlet at Raffles City. Called Supergreek, the takeaway-only kiosk serves eight items created around the souvlaki (grilled skewered meats). They come either as grain bowls, salad bowls, or wrapped in a thick, traditional pita.

“I wanted to start something tasty and healthy, with no compromise on one or the other,” said owner Cheng Hsin Yao, 34. “The best food is anchored in a single cuisine and Greek food was a natural choice for a healthy concept because most of the fat used in it is olive oil, which is heart-healthy. The rest of it is mostly seafood or plant-based, so it was the perfect vehicle to deliver healthy food.”

Supergreek also makes its own Greek yoghurt from scratch. “Greek yoghurt is one of the healthiest snacks around,” Hsin Yao added. “It packs 10 grams of protein per 100 grams of yoghurt and it’s full of pre- and probiotics. Because our yoghurt is freshly made, it tastes much sweeter than the packaged stuff which tends to sour slightly after packaging.”

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