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Plentyfull at Millenia Walk, food is made from scratch, preservative-free with fresh ingredients sourced directly from the farmers. It offers seasonally changing menus serving cafeteria style light meals, as well as cakes and coffee. Plentyfull is also a grocer. It has a retail section where you can pick up fresh fruits, snacks and beverages.


The Summerhouse is a farms-to-table lifestyle destination located in the precincts of Seletar Airport brings an authentic experience through sustainable farming. Sourcing ingredients from local farmers and their in-house edible garden, they unite fresh seasonal produce with simple refined techniques, resulting in a line-up of breathtaking inventive


The Halia, located in the one-hectare Ginger Garden of the Singapore Botanic Gardens where over 250 species of gingers with their stunning foliage and colourful flowers thrive is “a restaurant in a garden and a garden in a restaurant”.


Strategically located in the heart of the hip Dempsey area, besides the classic BBQ menu, the Green Door’s extensive drinks menu also boasts subtle garden nuances. Together with distinctive and often playful presentations, their signature cocktails, which utilise fruits & herbs fresh from the garden, are often a sight and taste to behold.


In the middle of the sea, Smith Marine is Singapore ‘s Seafood Kelong Restaurant, a modern kelong, located between Pualu Ubin and Changi Point ferry terminal, serving you with the freshest seafood. And you need to catch the fish from their pond for them to cook for you.


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.