Cafe review: Farmers & Chefs is an oasis of healthy and homely food in Singapore’s CBD

There’re a lot of fancy buzzwords in the clean eating scene these days – raw food, grain bowls, plant-based, and the like.

But say you aren’t on a vegan regime or any special diet, and you’ve had enough superfood salads (or, god forbid, zucchini noodles) to last you a lifetime.

All you want is nutritious soul food – the kind your mum might have cooked at home.

That’s exactly what you’ll find at Farmers & Chefs, in the heart of the CBD no less. Set beneath a charming canopy outside Singapore Conference Hall, Farmers & Chefs dishes up wholesome meals free of MSG and artificial enhancers.

Any seasoning is done with a very light hand, allowing the natural flavours of the mostly locally-sourced ingredients to speak for themselves.

The goal is what owners Mr and Mrs Elliot Chia (also founders of LeClare Preschool) call ‘real food’ – fresh, less processed, and nourishing as your homecooked nosh.

Amidst the scorching concrete of Shenton Way, the whimsical white canopy housing the restaurant appears like a desert oasis.

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