I visited The Social Kitchen earlier this month. It’s Singapore’s first social enterprise cloud kitchen that aims to help the underprivileged pursue a F&B career.

A massive plate of fried bee hoon topped with two types of ngoh hiang (meat roll) and crispy prawn crackers. I must say the fried bee hoon wasn’t oily. But the pork filling in the ngoh hiang lacked the flavour and oomph I was expecting. Prawn crackers were crispy and not oily which was good.

They hire staff that are from low income families, single mums and persons with disabilities. So come down, have an affordable meal that will help to empower the livelihoods of others as we weather through the pandemic and recession. 🙏🏻

Get 1-for-1 on mains with Burpple Beyond. You can order their food for delivery through GrabFood and Oddle too.

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