It was no surprise to find Food For Thought completely full on a Friday night, and fortunately we made prior reservations for a big group of eight for dinner. The outlets at Queen Street and Singapore Botanic Gardens sport two slightly different menus and I was keen to visit the cafe for its dinner menu after having patronised the place for its breakfast and dessert menu a couple of times.
|Food For Thought at Queen Street|
|Full house sign, waiting was approximately 40 minutes if you did not make a prior reservation|
|Food For Thought's Feature Menu|
They featured a special menu with a starter and two main course choices, only available for a limited period of time.
|Malt & Malteasers Milkshake |
|Crispy Curry-Spiced Chicken & Spicy Chilli Fries|
The chicken was crisp and moist with an appropriate dash of curry powder.
|Tempura Soft Shelled Crab and Spicy Cream Tomato Linguine with Egg Ribbons|
|Chai Spice Brûlée Salmon|
|Pan-seared Salmon and Basil Almond Pesto Risotto|
|Moist Carrot Cake|
|Old Southern Red Velvet Cake|
|Hazelnut Chocolate Crunch |
|Profiterole with Vanilla and Chocolate Ice Cream|
We abandoned our cakes immediately when this arrived. It was huge (fork placed at the side for comparison). This was the highlight of the day with the wonderfully crisp pastry puff storing five luscious pearls of ice cream. Definitely a dish that I would return for.
Food for Thought
8 Queen Street
T: +65 6338 9887
Mon - Sat : 9am to 10pm (Last orders from kitchen 8.50pm)
Sun : 9am to 9pm (Last orders from kitchen 7.30pm)