Food for Thought By David Heng

Food for Thought By David Heng

Food for thought is an interactive café it is an extension of Singapore Art Museum. It is designed to be flexible for seminars and installations. There are interactive exhibitions and enjoyable tasks things like a voting board or installation or a question wall that aim to create more socialising and play to the space.

The creator David Heng came up with the concept to serve every customer with sincerity, as well as show them his appreciation for the blessing of good food for a good cause. The café uses locally sourced produce and prepares freshly made food.

The lighting inside the café is made from 540 pasta jars and was accomplished from a community project the sauce from the jars was used to cook for families over one Christmas, children were asked to write their wishes on cards and put inside the jars.

They are determined to serve good food and have raised funds to give back to society, to charities and the less fortunate.

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