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Dine Green: Eat at Sustainable Restaurants During Go Green SG

Singapore’s Go Green SG campaign is back, running from 12 June to 14 July this year. The message is clear: everyone has a role to play in creating a more sustainable future, and that includes diners and restaurants. A delectable way to Go Green is to visit restaurants that are making a conscious effort to be eco-friendly and sustainable.

If you’re looking for ways to contribute to a more sustainable future, consider supporting eateries that prioritise eco-friendly practices. Here are some excellent restaurants in Singapore that are leading the charge.

Butcher’s Block

Butchers Block - Produce from Butchers Block Local Farm

Butcher’s Block champions farm-to-table dining with a twist. They partnered with a nearby indoor vertical farm, farmd, to grow ingredients with minimal water usage just for their dishes. Their menus highlight seasonal vegetables and herbs, ensuring peak freshness and flavour.

Butchers Block - Miso Black Cod

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Butcher’s Block
328 North Bridge Road #02-02, Raffles Arcade
Singapore 188719

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Huber’s Butchery & Bistro

Hubers Bistro

This butcher shop is a champion for ethical sourcing and minimising their environmental footprint. They are committed to using renewable energy, reducing food waste through composting, and offering charging stations for electric vehicles. Additionally, they’re the first butchery in the world to retail cultivated meat, a more sustainable protein option.

Huber’s Bistro offers classic dishes made with the fine ingredients from the butchery.

Huber's Butchery

Huber’s Bistro Menu

Huber’s Butchery and Huber’s Bistro
22 Dempsey Road, Singapore 249679

Tel No:
Huber’s Butchery: +65 6737 1588
Huber’s Bistro: +65 6737 1488

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The Summerhouse

Summerhouse

Nestled in the Seletar countryside, The Summerhouse offers a unique dining experience that celebrates local produce. They have their own edible garden, source ingredients from a network of sustainable farmers, and minimise transportation emissions by working with local suppliers.

Botanico @ The Summerhouse

The integrated multi-concept and multi-experience destination offers a host of dining possibilities, including its uniquely imaginative Garden Domes; Botanico, where the sizzle of the grill meets the enchanting allure of Asian cuisine; and Wildseed Café, a floral café and patisserie. 

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The Summerhouse
3 Park Lane, Level 1, Singapore 798387

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LeVeL33

LeVeL33 Sustainable Dining

This penthouse restaurant with a brewery boasts the world’s highest urban microbrewery. They use only natural and certified organic ingredients for their beers, significantly reducing their environmental impact. LeVeL33 also showcases “Contembrewery Cuisine,” featuring dishes that creatively use spent grain, a by-product of the brewing process, to minimise waste. They’re also big on local sourcing and offer a variety of plant-based options.

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LeVeL33
8 Marina Boulevard
#33-01 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1
Singapore 018981

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Open Farm Community

Open Farm Community
    

A pioneer of the farm-to-table concept in Singapore, Open Farm Community allows diners to explore their fruit and vegetable orchards and enjoy dishes showcasing local and regional produce. They focus on local and seasonal ingredients, and actively promote sustainable practices.

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Open Farm Community
130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819

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Kaarla Wood-Fire Grill

Kaarla Restaurant and Bar

At Kaarla, the star of the show is their wood-fired grill, where they cook up flavourful dishes inspired by traditional open-fire methods. They take sustainability seriously, using fresh produce from local Singapore farms and ethical producers in Australia. They utilise ingredients from their very own rooftop edible garden, the World’s Highest Food Forest.

1-Arden Food Forest

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Kaarla Wood-Fire Grill
88 Market Street, CapitaSpring #51-01
Singapore 048948

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Seroja

Seroja

The first-ever MICHELIN Green Star awarded restaurant in Singapore, Seroja exemplifies fine dining with a commitment to sustainability. They source ingredients from Malaysia and Singapore, highlighting seasonal variations and minimising waste throughout their operation, even using vegetable trimmings in their non-alcoholic beverage pairings.

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Seroja
7 Fraser Street
#01-30/31/32/33 Duo Galleria
Singapore 189356

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AIR Circular Campus and Cooking Club

AIR

This innovative space combines a restaurant with an urban farm and cooking classes. They serve up delicious Southeast Asian and European fare featuring ingredients grown in their very own edible garden.

AIR Circular Campus and Cooking Club

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AIR
25B Dempsey Road, Singapore 249670

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Go Green SG Retail, F&B and Deals

Go Green SGwww.gogreen.gov.sg
    

Go Green SG is the annual national sustainability movement to encourage the community to take collective action towards a more environmentally conscious future. There are tours, workshops and other activities lined up from 12 June to 14 July 2024

Go Green Retail, F&B and Deals include Farm to Plate with Shangri La Singapore’s Refreshed Rooted in Nature Dishes; City Sprouts’ Wine and Chill(i) Night; and Green Fest @ Nee Soon Link.

Go Green Tours are interesting too for food lovers. Highlights would be City Sprouts Signature Farm Tour; Edibles Discovery Tour at the HortPark; Zero to Hero Sustainability Food Tour; and Learning Journey at Singapore Food Agency’s National Centre for Food Science.

For more information on Go Green SG events, visit Go Green SG Website

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