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Capture a piece of country life in bustling Singapore at this organic farm and bistro. Specialising in healthy locally grown produce with no chemical fertilisers, pesticides and growth hormones, Bollywood Veggies also offers hearty home-cooked meals...more
In far west of the island. It's a farm and a shop and a restaurant, presided over (and I choose these words carefully) by its owner and guru, Ivy Singh. She may well come over to your table and explain its origins, and also quiz...More
This place is off the beaten track, which is part of its charm. Expect a long drive then be rewarded by a range of tasty meals in a back to nature environment. It is quaint and cute. The children enjoyed the old style hoops to...More
The atmosphere here is really homely. It is not stuffy, service is friendly and the buzz is great.
The food is good. I love the nasi Lemak warrior and the dessert kuehs.
If you drive, this is a nice place to spend lunch.
A lovely place for kids to explore things that they hardly get exposed to in Singapore. The farm trail was easy to walk, even though it was drizzling when we were there. The food didn’t shout fantastic and they didn’t disappoint too! The Nasi Lemak...More
We went there on a Sunday for lunch after a walk at Sungei Buloh Wetland nearby. It was not very crowded. When we were at the door, no one really pay attention to us. So we just went to an empty table. We have to...More
We decided to come here to celebrate Mother’s Day lunch. Ivy welcomed us by ringing the bell at the entrance! We ordered the Nasi Lemak Platter which included the Bolly Wings, Kranji Eggs, Ikan Billis, peanuts, farm tempura, sambal goreng, sambal kangkong, blue nasi lemaek...More
As a companion to my 4yo field trip, to be honest before I came here, I don’t have so much interest, crazily hot afternoon son with loads of mosquitos .-.
Ok I hv to be fair. The trip went ok. The first part was to...More
Response from Yong Kian T | Reviewed this property |
Hello Dave! I'm so glad you're coming to Singapore and also considered visiting Bollywood Veggies! To get to Bollywood Veggies, there is a direct shuttle bus ($3 I think) at Kranji MRT Station (NS7, North-South Line) that... More
Hello Dave! I'm so glad you're coming to Singapore and also considered visiting Bollywood Veggies! To get to Bollywood Veggies, there is a direct shuttle bus ($3 I think) at Kranji MRT Station (NS7, North-South Line) that brings you directly to the farm! But to get to Kranji from Chinatown would be quite a distance. If by uber/cab, it should cost $20-$25 max. If via the MRT, you can take from Chinatown Station (North-East line) to transfer at Dhoby Ghaut (North-South Line), then direct to Kranji Station, or take from Chinatown to Outram Park (East-West Line) then to Jurong East (East West Line), then transfer to Kranji Station. Hope this helps and have fun! Do PM me if you want the shuttle bus timings!