3 Singapore Restaurants Serving Healthy, Home-Grown and Organic Food

17 November 2015
<p>Roasted goldband snapper at Open Farm Community.</p>

Roasted goldband snapper at Open Farm Community.

Look no further for fresh, home-grown produce and organic ingredients at these cafes that cater to the growing demand for health foods.

 

Open Farm Community

Feast your eyes and appetites on this sunlit urban farm-cum-restaurant that prepares dishes with greens grown off the land. A spirited collaboration between Spa Esprit Group, Edible Garden City and Tippling Club’s Ryan Clift, diners can expect fresh dishes such as the char-grilled Boston lobster fermented carrot tartare, and refreshing lemon tart with basil ice-cream.

Where: 130E Minden Road
 

 

Guac & Go

Guac & Go

Choose from wraps, salads and (most recently) brown rice burrito bowls filled with superfoods like kale, quinoa, and smoked salmon, all topped off with a variation of avocado! Juice cleanses are made to order and begin at $10, but they also serve up mean smoothies, cold-pressed juices and nut milks.

Where: 32 Maxwell Road
 

 

AEIOU

AEIOU

This cafe-lifestyle store infuses conscious green living with simple, honest food. Drink coffee-infused avocado smoothies out of “upcycled” Vodka bottles, or sample comfort foods like the beef cheek pasta or glazed pumpkin with quinoa made with locally-sourced herbs. Don’t forget to poke around the bric-a-brac and retail sections!

Where: 111 King George’s Avenue

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