Where to Eat for a Good Cause in Singapore

17 February 2016

Want to eat good food and do good at the same time?

 

More eateries, that are social enterprises, are opening in Singapore to provide training and employment opportunities and raising funds to support marginalised groups, such as those with special needs and medical conditions.

If you’re looking for new nom spots or want a break from your regular favourites, head to these places and support a good cause

 

1. Art Bar

What: Chill out over a Cafe Americano (from $2.90), Cafe Mocha (from $4) and other drinks such as Milo Smoothie ($4.50) and Ribena Freeze ($3). Pair these drinks with cookies, brownies and muffins (from $2).

Where: The Art Faculty By Pathlight, 01-07 Enabling Village, 20 Lengkok Bahru

Open: 9 am to 8 pm, Monday to Saturday, closed on Sunday

Info: Call 6513-0706 or go to www.facebook.com/theartfaculty

 

2. New Rasa Singapura

What: Serves dishes such as beef rendang ($14), mutton soup ($14), black pepper char kway teow ($12) and dry laksa ($12).

Where: B1-02 Tanglin Post Office 56 Tanglin Road

Open: noon to 3 pm; 5 to 10 pm daily except Tuesday, closed on Tuesday

Info: Call 9818-8102 or go to www.hawker.com.sg

 

3. Qita In The Park

What: Popular picks include toast with housemade kaya, made from fresh coconut milk (from $2) and coffee beverages such as espresso and long black (from $2.50). Lunch sets include Kampong Chicken Curry ($8.50).

Where: 20 Upper Pickering Street, Telok Ayer Hong Lim Green Community Centre

Open: 7.30 am to 6 pm, weekday; 9am to 3pm, Saturday, closed on Sunday.

Info: Call 6225-4318 or go to projectqita.com

 

4. Soul Food

What: Tuck into three-course set lunch menus ($25 to $30) with main courses such as barbecue prime pork ribs, chicken cacciatore with Mediterranean rice and stewed beef medallions.

Sides include minestrone soup, apple crumble and chocolate cake with cherries. Set menus change every two days.

Where: 01-10 Enabling Village, 20 Lengkok Bahru

Open: noon to 2.30 pm, weekdays (weekday dinners and Saturdays are reserved for private functions), closed on Sunday

Info: Call 6472-0266 or go to www.facebook.com/Soul-Food-Enterprise-Pte-Ltd-286503891431586

Read more here

 

Kenneth Goh, The Straits Times, 10 January, 2016

Photo: Soul Food’s Facebook page

 

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