A tasty meal that uplifts the underprivileged
A popular brunch spot that combines good food with a chance to do good, you can donate to a water charity or buy a food bundle for the poor as you order your meal.
THE DIFFERENCE YOU MAKE
While enjoying your Slow Roast Pulled Pork Burger or your Satay Rice Bowl, you can choose to support water projects in Asia or buy a food bundle for a needy family in Singapore via Foodbank Singapore. Food for Thought also opens its space up to host initiatives that benefit the community.
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Good for kids
The nearest MRT stations are Bras Basah station (Circle Line) and Bencoolen station (Downtown line). It is also within a 10-minute walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT station and City Hall station.
If travelling by bus, look for buses that stop around Singapore Management University, which across the road from National Museum of Singapore.
Combine your meal with a visit to National Museum of Singapore, which is Singapore's oldest Museum. Or walk off the calories at historic Fort Canning, which is behind the museum.
Food for Thought has a child-centric branch called Food for Tots at the Jacob Ballas Children's Garden in the Singapore Botanic Garden. It features a self-service kids' counter where they can learn to order themselves.