Social enterprise cloud kitchen The Social Kitchen has launched its newest outlet at the Supertree Observatory and they have linked up with various partners to bring some new grub up into the air at Gardens by the Bay’s tallest Supertree.
The Social Kitchen is a social enterprise with a mission to benefit the vulnerable community by creating jobs with food. It was founded by Ang Kian Peng, whose contributions in the social sector include setting up a central kitchen at the Enabling Village, and Alvin Yapp who runs the private home museum The Intan.
The Social Kitchen at Supertree Observatory, Gardens by the Bay
For the new outlet at Gardens by the Bay, The Social Kitchen has worked with various partners to deliver to visitors delicious food while they enjoy the stellar view from the Supertree Observatory.
Look forward to the sustainable and accessible no-meat options from The Vegetarian Butcher such as their Curry NOCHICKEN with Kueh Pai Tee, NOMEATBALL Tomato Pasta BBQ NOBEEF Sliders with Fries and more.
For sweet treats, enjoy some long-missed sweet treats from Boufe Café such as their Milky Way cake and speciality drinks from The Ginger Pantry and The Chambers by Cask.
Gardens by the Bay DCEO Lee Kok Fatt said, “As a people’s garden, Gardens by the Bay is always exploring new ways of reaching out to the community and making this a garden for all Singaporeans. Located at our iconic Supertree Observatory, The Social Kitchen not only enables us to help vulnerable groups and give back to society but also adds to our visitors’ experience, offering them another F&B option at the Gardens. We are happy to be a part of this meaningful initiative.”
$6 Off Food Purchases
Currently, there is a promotion where you can enjoy $6 off your food purchase from The Social Kitchen while at the Supertree Observatory. Simply show your e-Ticket upon payment to deduct the $6 off your purchases. Terms and conditions apply.
The Social Kitchen at Supertree Observatory is open from 4 pm to 9 pm.