Quan Shui Wet Market


Flavour Of The Herb

⁠Subtly sweet taste and cool sensation that comes from the menthol contained in the herb.

Health Benefits

Treat indigestion: Mint helps with digestion and can calm an upset stomach. Its oil can also ease stomach issues and infections. Plus, the menthol in mint can help relax your stomach muscles.

Suggested Recipes

Grilled Salmon with Basil & Mint (recipe here

Ingredient recommendations: Japanese Cucumber 日本小黄瓜 and 
Cameron Highlands Tri Colour Capsicum Bell Peppers 金马伦高原灯笼椒

Salad with Mint (recipe here)

Ingredient recommendations: Australia Lemons 澳洲柠檬 (Per Piece) and Fresh Norwegian Fjord Salmon-Trout 三文鱼

Fun Facts 

Did you know? In ancient mythology, mint was associated with hospitality. It was believed that offering mint to guests would bring them happiness and a sense of well-being.

Parts to Use

The leaves and the stems 

How to Harvest

Cut the mint stems just above a set of leaves.

Please note that these items are not for sale and are exclusively available for free at the Quan Shui Wet Market's Herbs and Spice Garden, located in front of our flagship Upper Thomson store at 50 Tagore Lane, #B1-01, Singapore 787494. 

You are welcome to pick and take them home as a complimentary gesture from us. We kindly ask that you pick the herbs mindfully, ensuring that other Pasar Kakis can also enjoy the experience.