We had brunch at Open Farm Community a few Saturdays ago. To be honest, I wanted to visit Open Farm Community because of their playground. I saw it on someone’s Instagram account and just had to take the kids there to play. The cow and pig are too adorable for words and the sand is nice and clean.
I love how bright and open the place is and the staggering amount of greenery surrounding it. The food is great and the service is very decent. Adrian is happy to go back again just for the coffee. There’s a large garden area where the kids can explore and run around before the food comes. There’s even a little shop selling children’s clothing, bags, waterbottles, etc.
Even though we really liked the food, it is quite pricey and portions are rather small. I also wish they would open earlier, especially on weekends. But I like that they are trying to promote local farming and cooking with locally-grown produce through events such as community gardening sessions (last Sat of the month) and workshops like Pasta Masterclass and Jam & Sauces Masterclass.
Open Farm Community
I do not have a green thumb
climbing into the cow
a game of ping pong, perhaps?
some retail therapy
lovely children’s plate
from the outside
exploring before brunch
potato rosti served with scrambled eggs, sliced pork sausages, crème fraîche & red onion brown jus
taglierini with fresh clams & garlic sauce, parsley shad, lemon butter
rigatoni, local mushrooms, smoked pancetta topped with stilton & balsamic reduction
open-face lasagna with bolognese and béchamel sauce
kids loved the food
OPEN FARM COMMUNITY
+65 6471 0306
130E Minden Road
Mon – Fri: 12pm to 3pm; 6pm to 10pm
Sat/ Sun/ PH: 11am to 10pm