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The Social Kitchen is truly a hidden gem at Orchard/Dhoby Ghaut. Nestled on the 4th floor of the YMCA building, TSK is a social enterprise that partners with community organisations to operate their kitchen and cafe to optimally benefit the disadvantaged. I chanced upon them while scrolling through Grab, where their 1-1 offer on their vegetarian series caught my eye.

The pasta was cooked perfectly al dente with an addictive tomato based sauce on the sweeter side. Not quite sure how I feel about the “NoMeatballs” as it is my first time trying them. I was served by a really sweet waitress and her friendly supervisor who quickly whipped up another portion of pasta when they realised they had gotten my order wrong ☺️.

The Social Kitchen at level 4 of YMCA Orchard opened with a social cause, helping those person from vulnerable community, providing food and skills to them.

So as you come here for their foods, you also in a way supporting their social cause. Please do give your support if you are nearby here looking for some meals.

They have both western and local cuisine here. For their laksa which is about $10, I personally love the curry; which was creamy and tasty.

This was pretty good for the price, had a one for one. Angelhair was a bit bland but I guess it’s to match the huge piece of Foie gras.

Lovely spacious Peranakan-style cafe with the sweetest staff ever, ideal for both chilling and working. Prices are a steal considering the location (near Dhoby Ghuat MRT) and spacious air-con environment.

Everyone from Uncle Steven, Kelvin, the manager and supervisor were so kind, warm and welcoming. Came here for lunch (the miso salmon was delicious and value for money at only $12.80 for two big pieces, with potato mash and fresh veggie), and stayed the entire afternoon to work. Kelvin and Uncle Steven were so so kind to keep bringing us water, their signature sambal chilli, and even replacing my tea bag for free when he realised that my tea was getting diluted. Never experienced such hospitality in Singapore before, and we felt so welcomed despite staying from 1pm till 7pm, and Uncle Steven even went to re-arrange tables for us so we could access the charging point.
The cakes were amazing too and very reasonably priced ($4.50 per slice), we had 3 Yuzu cheesecakes at one go, it was moist and light and a good balance between sweet and tart. Ondeh ondeh cake is also very good with the pandan, gula melaka and coconut flavours coming through well.
This is also a social enterprise hiring people with special needs, hence every dollar you spend here is contributing to a good cause. Very heartwarming experience, my second visit already and will definitely be back! :)

Really delicious well thought through dishes and I must say dessert was amazing too!!

with Shark Bay Crab Salad, Celeriac, Apple and Celery, Sherry Jus

with Jerusalem Artichoke, Wild Fresh Mushrooms and Sauce Bordelaise

with Capers, Rasins and Cauliflower