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FOR HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND DINING

Delight your guests, with fresh, local and tasty produce for your farm-to-table needs.

Farm-to-table doesn't have to be a farfetched concept. Our experienced team at Edible Garden City have collectively more than 100 years of food growing experience, and we specialise in regional, naturalised and native edibles, grown naturally and with social inclusion in mind.

 

Our organisation was awarded the President's Award for the Environment in 2021, and we have built more than 260 food gardens across Singapore, and supplied fresh produce to more than 220 dining establishments. 

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FRESH & LOCAL PRODUCE SALES

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Our farmers grow premium, pesticide-free produce locally,  specialising in fragrant herbs and vibrant flowers, to help you on your farm-to-table journey.

 

Our freshly-harvested farm herbs, edible flowers and greens have been supplied to more than 220 dining establishments across Singapore, from local cafés to Michelin-starred restaurants. All our harvest is grown at two farms - our HQ in Queenstown, and our heart-of-the-city rooftop farm at Raffles City.

Download our latest May 2022 catalogue and
email us at sales@ediblegardencity.com to enquire!

Our customers include:

1855 The Spot, 1880, 1-Altitude, 1-Garage, Atout, Alma, Arbite, CaffeB, Camp Kilo, CandleNut Kitchen, Carrotsticks, Cure, Chop, Suey Café (P.S Caffe), Chef's Table, Ding Dong, Gattopardo Ristorante di Mare, Gibson Bar, Restaurant Labyrinth, La Dame De Pic, Little Farms, Le Bistrot Du Sommelier, Lewin Terrace, Marina Bay Sands, Mirazur, Merci Marcel, Monti @ 1 - Pavillion, Native,  Noka, Open Farm Community, Project Ibid, Peony Jade, Smoke & Mirrors, Street Cooks, Tessbar & Kitchen, The Cooperage, The Guild, The Halia, The Sampan, The Summerhouse, Tippling Club, Tong Le Private Dining Pte Ltd, and more.

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BUILD AND MAINTAIN AN EDIBLE GARDEN

Is sustainability a core concept of your venue? If you've got an alfresco space with a bit of sunlight, let's have a chat on how we could enliven the area for your diners, and invite some beautiful biodiversity in as well.

 

We design, build and maintain gardens for a range of hospitality venues that embed high quality and sustainable produce into their purpose.

Write in today with a photo, and we'd be happy to explain what can or can't be done. For most projects, the required lead time is at least 6 months.

Edible Garden Design and Build

  • Our team of landscape designers will help you transform a suitable plot within your hotel or restaurant into an edible garden

  • The process briefly:

    1. A plot or a combination of plots are identified within the compound

    2. Our team of landscape designers will conduct a site visit to understand the intended purpose of the garden, the team's needs and the site conditions

    3. A plan will be proposed and presented to your team, with customisations done where possible as requested

    4. Once the design and other considerations are finalised, construction can begin.

Basic Maintenance Programme

  • We recommend a Basic Maintenance Programme for all gardens, to ensure that the farm remains productive, beautiful and inviting.

  • Maintenance will be recommended based on the needs of the garden

  • Maintenance training can also be provided upon request

  • Our team will also be able to work with you to formulate other complementary nature-based programming.

To view some of the projects that we have completed, please head over to our Edible Gardens projects page, or browse photos of some of the F&B-focused gardens we've built below.

OTHER HOSPITALITY NEEDS

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If you have other questions or enquiries, please feel free to reach out to us at sales@ediblegardencity.com, or complete the enquiry form here.

We also offer a range of programmes and events and have partnered with organisations that have an ongoing relationship with Edible Garden City to activate their spaces.

Additionally, we have a range of corporate workshops, if you would like to engage your hotel guests or diners in nature-based activities.