Introductory Set Meal
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Fragrant White Rice
Description For Asians, the bowl of warm white rice symbolises home. And for the elderly, a meal without rice just doesn't feel complete. That's why we've made our rice extra soft and fluffy so that even grandma...
Description A bowl of warm porridge is often seen by many cultures as a comforting food for recovery. Serve it plain with our wide array of dishes, or drizzle some sesame oil for extra nutrients. Heating...
Description Blended porridge is a tricky one. But fret not, as we've perfected the formula - not too thick, not too watery, not too grainy. All you need to do, is heat and serve. By...
Description Enjoy a plate of fluffy mash, lightly seasoned with nutmeg and pepper for a tinge of warmth. Heating instructions: Heat from frozen: Microwave: Peel film/lid slightly and microwave on HIGH (800W) for 3 mins...
Description The cheerful colours of this dish will surely brighten up your meal. Broccoli provides important vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber, while carrots give our eyes a boost with their high Vitamin A content. Heating instructions: ...
Tom Yum Chicken
Description This classic dish is must-have in every Thai restaurant. It's bursting with flavour and has been tempered with our special touch to make it gentle for the elderly stomach. A tinge of sweet, spicy,...
Soft Fruit Cup
Is your loved one not eating enough during mealtimes? Not drinking a full 8 cups of water either? Try serving a fruity cup jelly to help him/her obtain more energy and stay hydrated. It contains 150...
Dietary fibre is important for our digestive system. It also controls our blood sugar levels and prevents insulin spikes. Unfortunately, most people don’t get enough of it in their meals, causing constipation and bloating. This is especially common...