20 Michelin-recognised establishments have come together to deliver 2,000 meals to The Food Bank's beneficiaries from May 18 - 24, 2020.
Funded by Michelin Singapore, these establishments range from Michelin-starred, Bib Gourmand, Micheline Plate-recognised restaurants, and even previous Michelin-recommended restaurants.
The list includes:
- Odette (three-Michelin starred)
- Saint Pierre (two-Michelin starred)
- Shisen Hanten (two-Michelin starred)
- Zén (two-Michelin starred)
- Alma (one-Michelin starred)
- Buona Terra (one-Michelin starred)
- Burnt Ends (one-Michelin starred)
- Hawker Chan (one-Michelin starred)
- Nouri (one-Michelin starred)
- Chey Sua Carrot Cake (Bib Gourmand)
- Heng Carrot Cake (Bib Gourmand)
- Hjh Maimunah (Bib Gourmand)
- Ka-Soh (Bib Gourmand)
- Muthu’s Curry (Bib Gourmand)
- The Blue Ginger (Bib Gourmand)
- Ji Ji Noodle House (Plate eatery)
- Keng Eng Kee (Plate eatery)
- Char (previous MICHELIN-recommended restaurant)
- New Ubin Seafood (previous MICHELIN-recommended restaurant)
- Meatsmith (Burnt Ends’ sister joint)
On the menu
The team at Odette has prepared meal boxes of roasted chicken thigh in the restaurant’s signature Vadouvan spice mix, with baby carrots and broccoli on Niigata rice.
It is accompanied by a caramelised apple and cinnamon tart for dessert.
On the other hand, Tan Sai Heng, who owns Heng Carrot Cake, returned to his stall on his only day off to fry up 80 packets of black and white chai tow kway.
This is despite the fact that business has dropped by 30 to 40 per cent during the circuit breaker period for Tan.
Here are more meals from New Ubin Seafood and The Blue Ginger:
The food will go to low-income families, the elderly, and the less fortunate across Singapore.
If you would like to help, you can visit Food Bank's website to find out more.
Top image via Michelin Singapore