Every meal is an opportunity. Support restaurants that support eating fresh, eating healthy, and eating local.
Oxwell & Co, nestled atop Ann Siang Hill in the heart of Chinatown houses its very own rooftop organic herb garden, that is freshly grown specially for their restaurant and bar below, dishing out contemporary British classics, draft cocktails and an eccentric Apothecary inspired bar serving up with house-made elixirs.
Orchid Live Seafood tuck away amongst a lush green vegetable farm, off Sembawang Road is famed for their Live Lobster Porridge. All their Seafood including Lobsters are fresh from the tanks.
OFC unites local farmers, creative chefs and an innovative spirit in a first-of-its-kind dining concept in Singapore. The open-concept kitchen and restaurant focuses on locally sourced, seasonal and innovative dishes.
Open Door Policy (ODP), contemporary European bistro cuisine in Tiong Bahru introduces a brand new dining concept, an entire menu that is gluten and diary free. With an indoor garden which lined up the walls. The rows of fresh watercress and vegetables are harvested daily by ODP’s chefs for salads and cooked dishes.
JANICE WONG SINGAPORE within the National Museum of Singapore is the flagship for her sweets retail shop including a 40-seat restaurant and it will be the only sweets boutique in Singapore that creates interactive, edible art for imaginative souls. All her dining establishments apply the farm-to table approach to her creations.
Bollywood Veggies is a small-scale agriculture in urban Singapore. Poison Ivy Bistro, a part of Bollywood Veggies is nestled in a farm features local and fusion cuisine that will take farm-to-table to a whole new level serving up healthy and quality dishes with minimal additives. They support local agriculture and a lifestyle of sustainability.