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.

130E Minden Road
Singapore 248819

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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Loving this locally sourced, farm to table restaurant. Simple ingredients but very tasty. Fulfilling by the quality not quantity! I like it.

All the dishes are meant for sharing. That's why each portion was very small. Everything tasted very fresh and clean. Everything was flavourful and tasted healthy as well.

Fried frog legs that taste like Korean fried chicken. Slightly oily but well fried. What makes it unique is the caramel with fish sauce. Salty and sweet. The best of both worlds.

However, I find it salty for my liking. Would taste better with a bottle of wine available on their menu.

As stated in their menu, they got their frogs locally from Jurong frog farm 🐸

Cost:~$18 for 6 pieces
Only available in their Kampong French edition


Interesting taste with a few drops of shrimp paste chili oil with thinly cut coconut. The light sour taste of the leaves makes it refreshing and add a little fun to the experience. Egg is smooth and melts in your mouth. However, small portion and salty. A bit expensive for its portion.

Would not recommend for a repeat order. Once is enough for the experience

63 degree egg, black vinegar hollandaise,
horseradish baby spinach, spring onion waffle

Interesting combination. Fresh eggs done well. Pulled pork could be slightly less salty, though it went well with the spring onion waffle.

For a family brunch or girly catch-up in a green oasis near town, Open Farm Community's the place. The food at this rustic-chic, farm-to-table dining space is put together with much thought and very delicious β€” Burppler Jackson Sim really loved the Rigatoni with Local Mushrooms, Smoked Pancetta, Stilton and Balsamic Glaze ($28). Also, don't miss the Burpple community's favourite of Lemon Tart with Basil Ice Cream ($14) β€” so refreshing! Enjoy your food at the spacious alfresco area when you have your dogs with you. The greenery is great for roaming, both for fur kids and children.
Avg Price: $45 per person
Photo by Burppler Jackson Sim

Curried lamb scotch egg ($28) was so good that it reminded me of the ones I had in UK. Rigatoni ($28) had blue cheese in it and I didn't know until I was half way done with it (I dislike blue cheese btw. Haha) And the most creative dish was the Carbonara style "donut" ($28) which looked pretty much like an atas dumpling 😍

Meat so tender and flavourful, you can truly taste the chicken and that glistening barbecue sauce never tried to take first place. Corn, uhm, yaas! And did I mention crispy chicken skin?!? Ok, that's all.

Tears of joy with every mouthful. La vita e bella. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Ok, that's all.

So chio, right? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Not my pasta, but I was told this was divine. Ok, that's all.

Beautifully balanced flavours thanks to its liberal use of ginger, spring onion and coriander, the texture of this steak tartare is further enhanced by that organic egg yolk and the crusty garlic toast. Ok, that's all.

Reserved a table a week in advance but only outdoor seats available 🀣 where mozzies and heat were a concern, and the ventilator was too strong and made me sick 😷
Pulled pork Egg Benny was $32++

Taste wise, nothing much to rave about.
Grouper fillet in the burger was way salty.

This brunch was so packed, I was filled throughout the day. Hearty chic brunch at the middle of permaculture! Good options for dinner too.

When eaten, it immediately reminded us of Thai mango sticky rice, but yet it was not. That was the beauty of their food here, inspired by Asian cuisines but with their twists.
The textures of coconut were a mix of creamy smooth coconut ice cream, shredded coconut and thick coconut sago beneath which created the resemblance to the former. The airy meringue-like wafers enhanced the joy of eating the dessert with its crunchy touch. Overall, this was an enjoyable dessert with a familiar taste but different experience.

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.

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Western Western Generally Just want to "jiak kentang" (combination of "eat" in Hokkien and "potato" in Bahasa Melayu).