Stuff'd

October 20, 2016 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Stuff'd
200 Victoria Street
#B1-K7 Bugis Junction

180 Kitchener Road
#B1-K1 City Square Mall

Various Outlets Islandwide


https://www.facebook.com/stuffedsg/


Chicken Spit Roast



Delicious, Filling, Affordable Wraps

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 6
Ambience & Setting: 4
Food & Beverage: 8
Service: 5
Value for Money: 10
Spent about SGD $8 per person.


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Have been visiting Stuff'd fairly frequently in recent months, due to its convenient location near my night classes. Founded in April 2014 by Chiang Zhan Xiang, the same owner behind other fast casual, food kiosk brands such as Pezzo and Crave, Stuff'd is a fast casual food kiosk known for their hearty Mexican and Turkish wraps. With their large, hearty portions; affordable prices; delicious halal-certified burritos, kebabs, and bowls made with fresh natural ingredients of your choice, Stuff'd has consistently drawn long queues at their outlets.

Ambience at Stuff'd is near non-existent, as they are solely a takeaway food kiosk, with no seating at all. However, the menu is large, clear, and easily understood, particularly helpful since you get to choose your own ingredients. The display case is clear and clean, with all the items neatly laid out. Part of the appeal is watching the staff build your meal, and the long queues in front of the stalls only get longer when you walk by and smell the appetizing aroma of grilled meat.

Service at Stuff'd is quick and functional. There is little interaction beyond telling the staff which ingredients you wish to choose for your meal. However, staff work quickly and efficiently, a well practiced process that gets food into your hands and your feet out of the line in under 5 minutes. Don't expect much conversation, in fact, staff do show signs of impatience if you ask too many questions, as their priority is to clear the queues.

Food at Stuff'd is designed to be handheld, takeaway, or eaten on the go. Largely consisting of Turkish kebas, Mexican burritos and quesadillas, and daily bowls, with a range of over 25 different ingredients, both Western and Asian in style. There is a range of pre-set quantity of ingredients for each type of wrap / bowl, but generally, portions are large and hearty, and ingredients are fresh and tasty. Prices are very affordable, comparable to other fast food / food court pricing, budget about SGD $8 per person for a meal here.


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They have 4 different options; the Bowl, the Burrito, the Quesadilla, and the Kebab; with the last 3 all featuring a soft flour tortilla wrap stuffed with ingredients. Besides the different style of wrapping for each, the other major difference is the variety of ingredients. The Bowl has the most options for ingredients, is the most filling, but is also the most expensive. The Burrito has a good range of variety of ingredients, is filling, and is the most compact wrap to eat. The Quesadilla requires a 20 minute cooking time, and while it has a limited range of ingredients, you get a bigger portion of each ingredient. The Kebab is the smallest, lightest, and cheapest option here, with a limited range of ingredients, but is the most healthy and clean, featuring more vegetables than anything else.

Stuff'd Facade
Stuff'd Facade


Stuff'd Menu
Stuff'd Menu



The Bowl is the most filling base of all, and the range of ingredients you can choose for this is the most. I tried the Bowl - Chicken, Guacamole, Lettuce, Corn, Broccoli, Sweet Potato, Black Beans, Couscous (SGD $8.50), and the Bowl - Beef Con Carne, Hummus, Cucumber, Onions, Edamame, Beetroot, Mashed Potato, Lentils (SGD $9). Loved both of them!

Bowl - Chicken, Guacamole, Lettuce, Corn, Broccoli, Sweet Potato, Black Beans, Couscous (SGD $8.50)


Bowl - Beef Con Carne, Hummus, Cucumber, Onions, Edamame, Beetroot, Mashed Potato, Lentils (SGD $9)



Got the Burrito - Beef Con Carne, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Corn, Black Beans, Onions, Cilantro Dirty Rice (SGD $7.80), with a combination of classic Mexican ingredients. Big on flavour, rather filling, the contrast of textures (crunchy, chewy, juicy, tender, creamy), along with the complex flavours (sweet, sour, savoury, salty, tangy, acid sharp, bitter herbal, earthy), make this a delicious wrap. This has a good range of options for variety of ingredients. Good!

Burrito - Beef Con Carne, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Corn, Black Beans, Onions, Cilantro Dirty Rice (SGD $7.80)


Burrito - Beef Con Carne, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Corn, Black Beans, Onions, Cilantro Dirty Rice


Burrito - Beef Con Carne, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Corn, Black Beans, Onions, Cilantro Dirty Rice



While I'm fine with the 20 minute cooking time for the Quesadilla - Chicken, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Smoky Barbecue Sauce, Cheese (SGD $8.30), I didn't quite like the messy wrapping for this. However, the large portion of ingredients stand out, though the variety of ingredients is limited. Still rather filling, thanks in part to the larger than usual portion of cheese sprinkled over. The Mexican flavours (sweet, savoury, tangy) are bold here, making this an overall decent choice.

Quesadilla - Chicken, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Smoky Barbecue Sauce, Cheese (SGD $8.30)


Quesadilla - Chicken, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Smoky Barbecue Sauce, Cheese


Quesadilla - Chicken, Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Lettuce, Smoky Barbecue Sauce, Cheese



The most healthy option on the menu might be the Kebab - Chicken, Hummus, Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomato, Onions, Mayonnaise Cucumber (SGD $6.30), as it has the most vegetables. With a combination of classic Turkish ingredients, and an overall smoky savoury sweet flavour, this is incredibly satisfiying. Not as filling as the other wraps, this makes for a decent meal. However, this also has the least variety of ingredients, though it's good enough to stand on its own.

Kebab - Chicken, Hummus, Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomato, Onions, Mayonnaise Cucumber (SGD $6.30)


Kebab - Chicken, Hummus, Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomato, Onions, Mayonnaise Cucumber



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