Food For Thought at Botanic Garden

September 18, 2016

Food for Thought situated within the oldest and most historical garden of our busy city. Bringing family and community bonding closer together and away from the busy city. With an industrial themed café and surrounded by greenery and natural light, we find comfort and peace during our dining experience.

Food for Thought serves western cuisine, and local delights that only available on their special menu during your visit.

Food for Thought

Spicy Pulled Pork Cocciolini ($18) served with baby seashell pasta, cherry tomatoes, sunny side-up egg, bacon and rocket. Al dente pasta!

Food for Thought

Honey Hoisin Baby Back Ribs ($25) served with salt and pepper fries, charred corn and salad. Heavy pack main course that is shared for two! Awesomely glazed ribs, tender meat and finger licking good!

Food for Thought

Salt and pepper fries ($7) comes with kaffir lime mayo or sriracha mayo!

We are paying for the price of good nature and greenery ambience. It’s costly than the other neighborhood cafes. But it’s worth the ambience and experience. Food served was barely average. The café, Food for Thought is very convenience to get access to. It’s right next to the car park and short walking distance from the MRT station. What’s best is after you meal, you could have a stroll at our most historically garden.

This post is strictly not sponsored but based on personal preference.

Operating hours:

Mon to Sun & PH: 8AM to 9PM

Contact Number:

+65 6338 4848



1 Cluny Road, Tanglin Gate, #B1-00 Singapore 259569

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