Open 7 Days A Week

We are pleased to announce that Farm To Plate will be open 7 days a week.

Do drop by for a cup of coffee or have some beer and Iberico Ribs throughout the week.

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If you would like to host an event, do give us a call or email myfarmtoplate@gmail.com for inquiries.

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We are available for parties and events!

Farm To Plate is open for bookings!

If you have a party or an event you would like to organise, why not consider having it at Farm To Plate? The place is available for bookings, you can hold various types of events here from birthday parties, baby fullmoon, baby showers or even a private dinner with friends and family. Let us know and we can arrange it for you.

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We are also in contact with party & event planners as well as decorators so if you are in need of any of them, we are more than happy to connect you all together.

You can book it through VMO or you can give us a call (03-7732 9552) and let us know your requirements.

 

Understand what is From Farm to Table

This video readily sums out what it means to be from Farm-To-Table.

Here is a synopsis of the video.

From humankind’s first farmers to the present-day battle over GMOs, photographer Jim Richardson takes us on a 5,000-year journey documenting how agriculture has transformed our planet and how we must continue to transform in order to feed Earth’s ever-increasing population.

The video is definitely worth a watch!

What is “farm-to-table”

“Farm-to-table” is a phrase that can mean different things to different people. At its heart, however, “farm-to-table” means that the food on the table came directly from a specific farm, without going through a store, market, or distributor along the way.

In its purest, most honest form, “farm-to-table” means the table is actually at the farm and cooks or chefs prepare and serve the food at the farm (even in the field), as in Outstanding In the Field events.

These are often special meals or fundraisers planned as one-off events.

More commonly, the use of “farm-to-table” emphasizes a direct relationship between a farm and a restaurant. Rather than buying through  distributor or food service, some restaurants establish relationships with farm and buy directly from them.