We were looking around for food near our workplace, when i chanced upon this post from ieatishootipost and he was talking about how this particular chef is making use of his life experience and contributing back to society in hiring and imparting culinary skills to people who want a second chance in life. I think its a very meaningful thing, that what you learnt and are trained in can indirectly change the life of people around you, so I decided to go with my dad to try check out this place.
This is a very student friendly place. Prices are very affordable and catered towards students. It was an interesting menu! you first choose your base, rice,pasta or baked pasta, then you choose from 8 different sauces, main ingredient and top up ingredient. I wished this place was set up when I was still a student!
The waiter was very patient in telling us our food will take a while to come .. as well as attending to the needs of my dad (who kept on ordering almost everything off the menu so that he could also play a part in contributing to such a good cause)
This is pretty special! We tried it and thought it tasted like normal fish and chips though ..
My sister thinks we are blinded by wanting to contribute to this cause that we were agreeable with the food. I think for a change and to be able to contribute at the same time, why not?
I would return to try that blackpepper crab special as mentioned by ieatishootipost . We didn’t get to try it this time around because it was not available.
302 Tiong Bahru Road
Tiong Bahru Plaza