Food For Thought (National Museum of Singapore)

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93 Stamford Road
#01-04/05 National Museum Singapore
Singapore 178897

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Grilled salmon with rainbow quinoa ($23++)

Comes with quinoa, corn, edamame, Cucumber, cherry tomato, purple cabbage. Didnt see any pomegranate. The base tastes bland. Grilled salmon was okay, flesh was still chunky and slightly moist. Didnt really like the dressing, luckily it was separate.

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Fried chicken wings ($9++)

Fried chicken wings came with kaffir lime mayo or sambal mayo. Chose the former. Overall also underwhelming and price is expensive for the portion and taste.

Mantou n dips ($9++)

6 small fried mantous with chilli crab sauce, kaya and salted egg sauce. The chilli crab sauce tasted like sambal chilli. Both the chilli crab sauce and salted egg sauce did not go well with the mantou. Only the kaya (nothing special) went with the mantou. Overall quite disappointing and the price does not justify the quality of the dish.

Lemon dill fish and chips ($18++)

Fish batter was crispy at some parts but thick and floury on some parts. Towards the end of the meal the inner of the batter was sticky and gluey.. probly not cooked long enough.

Fries was nothing impressive. Probly will not order this again.

Booked through eatigo so we have a 20% discount. Pricey cafe price at $22, ambiance was good and food was not too, bad. Prolly wouldn't buy the full works again, but will go again.

For any museum goer, you’d notice FFT tucked away in the corner of National Museum, where whiffs of coffee & food will carry you right to their doorstep.

The usual suspects of brunch is available, but there’s also a variety of mains & pastas.

For affordable dishes that can’t really go wrong, I went for the spicy pulled pork linguine. Stressed pieces of pulled pork were tossed in aglio olio styled linguine, topped with cherry tomatoes, a bacon slice & a sunny side up.