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Boost Your Day With New Salads From SaladStop!

Inspired by well-loved cuisines from all over the world, the refreshed menu boasts brand new Signature salads, wraps, and warm proteins to satisfy your every craving

Everybody's favorite healthy food chain, SaladStop!, continues its commitment to provide healthier food options that are locally and responsibly sourced, while delivering only the freshest ingredients possible. SaladStop! has just unveiled its refreshed, exciting menu line up, just in time for the summer and while our lives have been getting back to regular programming.


Dig into bold, new flavors

The SaladStop! menu has gotten a boost with four brand new Signatures inspired by well-loved cuisines.


Fu-Silly Me! is made for those who want a more filling option with a creamy bowl of fusilli pasta, oven-baked chicken thigh, romaine, feta cheese, cherry tomatoes, red onions, black olives, sunflower seeds, and Ranch dressing. For something more fragrant, opt for the Habibi, a Middle Eastern-inspired warm protein bowl with a bold mix of quinoa, romaine, falafels, red onions, cherry tomatoes, black olives, cucumber, capsicums, red pepper hummus, and Spiced Honey Vinaigrette to give a spicy kick.


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Make way for four bold new Signatures! (L-R) SaladStop New Signatures Samyo Sunrise, Fu-Silly Me, Habibi, and Taco Loco | SaladStop!

The Samyo Sunrise takes a cue from neighboring Asian flavors with its Peanut Vinaigrette along with a delectable combination of oven-baked chicken thigh, pan seared tofu, romaine, red & white cabbage, red onions, capsicum, and fried garlic. Enjoy a refreshing bowl of Taco Loco, a vegetarian-friendly bowl featuring plant-based taco meat, kidney beans, tortilla chips, romaine, red and white cabbage, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, red onions, jalapeño, cheddar cheese, and Smoky Ranch dressing that will make one go loco for more.


Crowd favorites that are here to stay

Joining Hail Caesar, Oh Crab Lah!, Man-Go Wild!, Cobb, and Omega 3 Baby! salads and wraps are enhanced fan favorites made more savory: Go Geisha featuring the earthy flavors of baked mushroom, Tuna San’s mix is made more filling with soft boiled egg, and Jai Ho’s protein ingredient is replaced with roasted chicken.


Enjoy the beloved seasonal offerings, the Yeobo Yeobo warm protein bowl & the Howdy! salad and wrap, as they become regular menu mainstays. Yeobo Yeobo carries a hearty and healthy mix of beef bulgogi, quinoa, romaine, edamame, sweetcorn, carrots, soft boiled egg, baked mushrooms, and Korean Chili Vinaigrette while Howdy! packs on the Southern flavors with oat-breaded chicken, grated cage-free eggs, romaine, cheddar cheese, cherry tomatoes, red onions, and Smoky Ranch dressing.


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Seasonal favorites have come to stay and some favorite Signatures have gotten a boost in flavor and nutrition, making choosing healthier food choices delicious and fun | SaladStop!

Eat Wide Awake and dig in a nutritious SaladStop! bowl or wrap that is heartily crafted to feed the mind and body with food that is globally inspired, delightfully fresh, and truly good. 


All new and classic signatures are available for dine-in, takeaway, and delivery within Metro Manila. For fuss-free meal planning and deliveries, avail of Daily Bowls by SaladStop!’s 3-day or 5-day plan via saladstop.pickup.ph!






View SaladStop!’s complete menu here. Updates are also up on the SaladStop! Philippines Facebook page and Instagram. Subscribe to a 3-day or 5-day Daily Bowls by SaladStop! meal plan via saladstop.pickup.ph and get fuss-free daily deliveries of fresh, healthy bowls and wraps from the store straight to one’s home.


Specialty Food Retailers, Inc. (SFRI) is the exclusive franchise holder of SaladStop! in the Philippines. SFRI is a member of SSI Group, Inc. SaladStop! is located at Central Square, Power Plant Mall, Greenhills, Glorietta 2, Burgos Circle, Alabang Town Center, Salcedo Village, SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, U.P. Town Center, Robinsons Cyberscape Gamma, TriNoma, Ayala North Exchange and their cloud kitchen in Pasong Tamo.