Saturday, May 15, 2010

Food for Thought

Went to Food For Thought cafe tonight for dinner with Purple.  The cafe is housed in a chic building right next to the Singapore Arts Museum.  Looking out from the cafe's glass walls, you constantly see passers-by armed with their camera taking shots of the signage of  "The grass is always greener on the other side" on the museum wall. 

I ordered the 'Really good beef steak' while Purple orderd the "Szechuan pepper beef salad".  We are both beef eaters :P 

My 'Really good beef steak' turned out not to bad.  It is medium cooked, still juicy but not too raw.  The beef is tender, portion is just nice for one not too hungry guy.

The Szechuan pepper beef salad still has beef as its ingredient, but with a lot more healthy vegies to go with it.  Some kind of vinegar is used as the salad sauce.  The overall taste is quite pleasing. 

In terms of food, I think it is not too bad.  They are not too creamy or heavy on the taste buds, instead, it gives you a fresh feel, which is very nice under Singapore's hot weather. 

The sitting capacity of the cafe is quite small, on a Saturday night, be prepared to wait if you don't have a reservation.  The cafe is housed in a chic building surrounded by all the arts institutions of Singapore.  Very pleasant to just sit there and look out from their glass wall for all the hunks and babes passing by.  Perfect place for people watching. 

The price is quite reasonable and portions of the food is about right. 

It is a nice place and for sure, I will come back here again. 

Rating: 4/5

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