From farming to food with creative and inspired interpretations of produce, and a big outdoor recreation space promoting balanced living, OFC emphasises on the importance of education by helping children and families expand their mind through farming workshops, events and activities, all for the love of growing our relationship with food.
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130E Minden Road
Singapore 248819

Friday:
12:00pm - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Price

~$40/pax

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One of those places that make heroes out of natural elements from the farm and garden.

They take on some Asian cuisines with modern touches.
This was a duo of braised lamb shank and beautifully cooked lamb loins, complemented with familiar Indian flavours. The lamb was not the least gamey and tasted like a good beef.
In the background was crispy Jurong frog legs in lemak curry, very bold in taste.
Surrounded by garden, dining here was a relaxing getaway from our concrete city.

The entire evening was an ode to nature and so it was befitting that the grand finale looked like a flower in full bloom.

The moreish cheesecake crumb, roasted toffee carrot purรฉe, aerated sweet cream and iced lemon thyme ended our evening on a high note! We really enjoyed our @100gourmet dinner as we found the courses fun, light and had lots of elements of surprises.

Quail, mushrooms and apples.

This was another fun dish. When we cut open our little apples, it was stuffed with more quail! Love the element of surprise. My friend said this reminded her of meat fruit!

For our next course, we weren't given any cutleries.

This was because we were meant to get really "hands on" with our Kuhlbarra barramundi chicken stack.

Well, just as I was admiring my bowl of crocodile carpaccio adorned with peaches, roasted fennel and cured egg yolk, a hot broth of roasted chilli onion was poured over it.

The texture of the crocodile carpaccio wasn't what I had expected. It was chewy, almost sinewy and I really enjoyed it. The broth was out of this world and all of us slurped up every bit of it. If the salad was the conversation starter, this course was the conversation killer, only because it was so good that all of us focused on devouring it.

Grey mullet and beetroot, this course really took us by surprise.

Salt baked beetroot, pickled baby beets and the raspberry yogurt came together in such perfect harmony, complementing the grey mullet ceviche. It was tangy but in the most pleasant way, whetting our appetites for the next course.

Our first course was the Minden Road 30 components salad.

Well, on our evening, it was actually 44 ingredients to be precise. It was fun trying to identify which was which and we were later told that this is meant to stimulate conversations. We even had Nutella and our fav ingredient had to be the spicy chilli which came with a twist. This was a fun way to start the evening!

Like the proverbial frog under the coconut shell, I have never dined at the Open Farm Community.

So when @100gourmet dinner for June came by I jumped at the opportunity. Bread service came in the form of crispy crackers with 3 types of butters. Can you guess what they are?

Lemon tart with basil ice cream.

Oh I really love this dessert!! I usually steer clear of sour stuffs but this is indeed good ๐Ÿ‘

Loving the crispiness of that pastry, the unique taste of basil ice cream to counter balance the sourness of lemon curd & my fav, chia seed ๐Ÿ˜ Can't stop scooping up the chia seed & ๐Ÿฆ ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜… Additional points for this visually stunning dessert ๐Ÿ’— Taste as good as it look ๐Ÿ˜Š

Roasted Red Snapper

At first sight, I was impressed with the plating of this Roasted Red Snapper (S$32.00) from Open Farm Community, because the decorations with the sauces looked so pretty. Then the reality kicks in when I saw that the portion of the fish was merely the 2D size of one fist.

But I must admit that the combination of taste on this plate deserves a special mention. The blot of hibiscus ketchup was really sour on its own, but when I dap the fish on the sauce, it actually brings out two distinct taste of seafood and a bit of tanginess. The squid ink (guessing) barley rice and the calamansi and sesame cucumber salad also gives the main course a little more dimension.

It seems like the restaurant always runs at full capacity during dinner service, so either make a reservation beforehand, or opt for the communal table (facing the kitchen) if preferred.

Rigatoni with Local Mushrooms, Smoked Pancetta
Absolute yums.

Rigatoni is cooked perfectly. Not chewy and yet very 'Springy' to the bite according to my Mom. I love the mushroomy cheesy goodness and I will have it all over again. #burpple

Lamb Shank

A beautifully presented plate of lamb shank. Looks good! Taste good! All is good ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Tonight's dinner situation: farm-to-table dining at #OpenFarmCommunity.

Their revamped menu of familiar, local flavours also features fresh ingredients sourced from farms in and around Singapore, as well as their own backyard garden! #MediaTasting #SupportLocal

Dessert Garden๐Ÿ‚๐ŸŽ

Love how they infused all the local taste into this chio dessert! Very Creative when it comes to the culinary techniques as well! Have a Try, be fast cause they do change their menus after awhile๐Ÿ˜…

Atas Fillet O Fish

First bite into this burger and the first thing it reminded me of was Mac's fillet o fish. My comfort food at its best. The fish fillet was definitely more gao and the fries were fried to perfection.

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