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Singapore has its spell over many of us at the moment. Where to go? What to do? The hustle and bustle of the island national is a little slower these days and we are becoming more discerning when it comes to our dining choices.

Expat Choice readers gave us creative feedback on where to consider farm to table menus. So, in true Lion City style we are in a position to offer a great list from our loyal contributors.

Visit one of these amazing farm-to-table restaurants and relish nature’s bounty in the form of gourmet, seasonal dishes made using local produce and catch. Here are the ones we love!

 

Poison Ivy Bistro

Poison Ivy Bistro

Image Credit: Bollywood Veggies Facebook Page

Eat farm fresh food surrounded by the farm it was grown in. Poison Ivy Bistro sits proudly within Bollywood Veggies, a farm managed by Ivy and Lin, a couple you’d definitely want to meet. Full of stories and happy vibes, they have done amazing work with the farm as well as the bistro. You can relish seasonal delights here including samosas, spring rolls, Hunter’s Fish and Chips, Nasi Lemak and Warrior Thali - rice, farm tempura, aloo gobi, dhal, Warrior’s chicken curry and Bollywings. Do swing by their Earth Shop after your meal and shop for fresh produce to take back home!

INFORMATION

a. 100 Neo Tiew Rd, Singapore 719026

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6898 5001

w. bollywoodveggies.com.sg/poison-ivy-bistro/

s. www.facebook.com/BollywoodVeggies

 

The Summerhouse

The Summerhouse

Image Credit: The Summerhouse Facebook Page

Growing most of the greens themselves, Summerhouse is a beautiful place to dine. Surrounded by lush greenery of the gorgeous garden and the countryside, the setting is idyllic even more so when you dine in their garden domes. Come here for leisurely brunches or a family dinner and relish the amazing French food they plate up. Taste the fresh produce as you bite into dishes like Moroccan Eggplant with goat cheese, leek ash, coriander and crouton; Duck Leg Confit with duck fat roasted baby potatoes and red onion jam; Elderflower Sorbet with mint jelly, crispy yoghurt, honeycomb and fresh strawberries.

INFORMATION

a. 3 Park Lane 798387

e. [email protected]

t. +65 8809 5840

w. www.thesummerhouse.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/thesummerhouse

 

Chef’s Table

Chef’s Table

Image Credit: Chef's Table by Chef Stephan Zoisl, Facebook Page

A wonderful concept for those who love something new, spontaneous and fresh. Chef’s Table by Chef Stephan Zoisl creates a new menu daily and the team doesn’t believe in repeating a dish. Once seated, you’ll be given a selection of 28 ingredients and you can remove the ones you don’t prefer and even communicate about your dietary restrictions. Once the selection is out of the way, get ready for a tantalizing experience as dish after dish wows you with its zesty flavours wherein the fresh farm produce shines and stands out. Bon appétit!

INFORMATION

a. 61 Tras St 079000

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6224 4188

w. www.chefstable.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/chefstable61tras/

 

Labyrinth

Restaurant Labyrinth

Image Credit: Restaurant Labyrinth Facebook Page

Celebrating the crunchy fresh greens and crustaceans of Singapore, Labyrinth is the brainchild of Chef LG Han. His menu reflects the dedication the restaurant has towards local farmers and fishermen. Experience vivid flavours and textures as you bite into their signature dishes - Rojak (edible garden herbs, natural stingless bee honey and jackfruit sorbet), The OG Labyrinth Chili Crab v2014 (Crab Lovers Farm’s soft-shell crab, chili crab ice cream and crab foam), “Ice Kachang” (baby “ice cream” mango, fresh coconut milk, shaved coconut ice).

INFORMATION

a. 8 Raffles Ave, #02-23 039802

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6223 4098

w. labyrinth.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/pg/RestaurantLaby

 

Open Farm Community

Open Farm Community

Image Credit: Open Farm Community Facebook Page

Grab a quick lunch or enjoy a laid-back brunch at Open Farm Community, a restaurant surrounded by splendid greenery. Have a walk amidst the blooming vegetables and fruits or simply spend some time breathing in the clean, crisp air. Their menu celebrates fresh ingredients leading to some wonderful dishes you’re sure to enjoy - Kin Yan Mushroom Tortellini with eryngii bacon, potato and sauteed oyster mushrooms, OFC Empanadas with home-made puff pastry, sweet corn and house hot sauce, Spice Braised Beef Brisket made with Five Founders’ carbon-neutral beef and served with enoki mushroom, daikon radish and caramelized onion. Yum.

INFORMATION

a. 130E Minden Road 248819

e. [email protected]

t. +65 9672 8959

w. www.openfarmcommunity.com

s. www.facebook.com/openfarmcommu

 

Vineyard

Vineyard

Image Credit: Vineyard at HortPark, Facebook Page

Aged-wood tables, lush foliage hanging from its roof and a view of the verdant herb and vegetable garden outside; all this and the delicious French-Italian food offerings make Vineyard the perfect date spot in our humble opinion. Tuck into sumptuous pizzas and pastas like Italian Prosciutto Ham Pizza, Truffle Mushroom Pizza, Primavera Pasta and Squid Ink Pasta with grilled scallop. Do a little mix and match with the cuisines as they serve up some amazing French classics and save some room for their equally mouth-watering desserts like Lemon Lava Cake with fresh fruits and vanilla ice cream.

INFORMATION

a. 33 Hyderabad Road 119578

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6479 7977

w. www.vineyardhortpark.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/vineyardhortpark

 

Kausmo

Kausmo

Image Credit: Kausmo Facebook Page

Let’s talk about a dining experience like no other; because celebrating what the food industry discards is no ordinary feat and turning it into a sumptuous six-course meal is exemplary. Kausmo does this extraordinary job by taking ingredients like overstocked and over-ripened fruits and vegetables or ones with an odd shape or size, secondary cuts of meat and forgotten native greens and florals. They have a carte blanche menu showcasing gourmet European dishes with Asian influences. Relish these with kombucha or choose from a decent selection of wine, champagne and cider.

INFORMATION

a. 1 Scotts Rd, #03 - 07 Singapore 228208

e. [email protected]

t. +65 8126 8538

w. www.kausmo.com/

s. www.facebook.com/kausmo/

 

Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong

Ah Hua Kelong

Image Credit: Ah Hua Kelong Facebook Page

Fresh fish and crustaceans in Singapore have got to be celebrated and treated right and this is what Scaled does by sourcing the freshest catch from their own fish farm, Ah Hua Kelong. The farm supplies their catch to citizens as well as restaurants including their own. At Scaled, the menu has been kept simple and you’ll find seafood-based dishes throughout. We recommend their Sambal Lala (sake, sambal, belachan, garlic confit toast), Dang Gui Mussels (angelica root broth, steamed mantou), KFC (kelong fried collar) and Chilli Crab Lobster. Pair their yum crustaceans with chilled beer and ciders.

INFORMATION

a. 8 Hamilton Rd, Singapore 209179

e. [email protected]

t. +65 9830 0117

w. ahhuakelong.com/scaled-by-ah-hua-kelong/

s. www.facebook.com/kelongfish

 

Noka

Noka

Image Credit: Noka Facebook Page

Relish amazing Japanese food at Noka bursting with flavours from local ingredients of Singapore and some of which even grows on the rooftop of the restaurant. They use ingredients like Koshikari and Wagyu aged in snow from Niigata. We recommend going for their Beef Cheek Gyoza, Fish Popcorn, Chef’s selection of 5 kinds of seasonal sashimi to begin your meal. You can also indulge in their six-course omakase menu or mains like Unagi Shira - Yaki, Wagyu Sirloin and Vegetarian Cabbage Roll. Indulge in their sweet treats too - Seasonal Fruits, Yuzu Creme Brulee, Mochi Cream & Gelato.

INFORMATION

a. 109 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179097 #07-38

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6877 4878

w. www.noka.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/nokasingapore/

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Bollywood Veggies
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4 October 2020
Poison Ivy bistro takes farm-to-table food back down to earth with its wholesome and hearty cooking style and cheap and cheerful prices. We also use our fresh produce for value-added farm products such as banana bread, tapioca and sweet potato chips, sambal and kaya! Our à la carte menu (https://bollywoodveggies.com.sg/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Jul-2020-Menu.pdf) is seasonal and changes often for you to enjoy the freshest food!
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Kausmo
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4 October 2020
Staying true to our goal of promoting thoughtfulness through challenging food norms and unnecessary food wastage, Kausmo does not have a fixed menu but instead offers a Carte Blanche menu, based on availability of produce. The dishes that are served at Kausmo are created from: -Aesthetically filtered fruits and vegetables that are overstocked, over-ripened and oddly shaped and sized. -Sustainably sourced seafood from local or regional small farming communities. -Fresh secondary cuts of meat that are often overlooked in favour of prime cuts. -Forgotten native greens and florals. Join us for a hearty dining experience over conversations!
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