In our crazy fast paced nation, a slow food trend is burgeoning. At Tiong Bahru Bakery Diner, they’ve taken slow food and made it fast and casual. Almost every element of each dish is is made from scratch, using locally sourced ingredients and minimising food waste. Of course, the result is new flavors and food that is good for your gut and soul. The two diners are located at Raffles City and Funan Mall and provides diners with convenient all-day breakfast options with a whole lot of vegetarian and vegans dishes. At the helm of the bistro is the sweet and enthusiastic Chef Paul Albert, who cut his teeth at several Michelin starred restaurants in France and Rio. Paul brings along his experience in sourdough baking, after his experience with The Slow Bakery in Rio where he learnt a great deal about wild fermentation.
A look at the menu and one may be surprised at the number of vegetarian and vegan options. It’s a concerted effort to do so in fact. Trust me, it’d change your mind on going green if you’re a serious meat eater. For starters, reach for the Chayote Kimchi & Mung Bean Salad ($18) which features a toss-up of slow-cooked mungRead full content from Ms Skinnyfat