Labyrinth The First Farm-to-Table Restaurant in Singapore

The epitome of farm to table – Chef Han Liguang of Labyrinth took us to see exactly where he gets the ingredients for his restaurant. From floating fish farm (kelong) to a hydroponic farm growing corn, smaller herbs, and flowers, we got to taste most of the produce fresh on the farm and then again on our plate hours later at the restaurant. Singapore is only 1% farm land, so Chef Han is really leading the way in the industry in terms of locally sourcing ingredients.

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Chef Han Liguang at the hydroponic farm Edible Garden City
Chef Han Liguang at the hydroponic farm Edible Garden City
Quail eggs attacked by @sophisticatedfoodie
Quail eggs attacked by @sophisticatedfoodie
Ah Hua kelong lala clams – XO sambal, deep-fried wonton skin & Chinese spinach
Ah Hua kelong lala clams – XO sambal, deep-fried wonton skin & Chinese spinach
Labyrinth "rojak" salad – Edible Garden City herbs, natural stingless bee honey & jackfruit sorbet
Labyrinth “rojak” salad – Edible Garden City herbs, natural stingless bee honey & jackfruit sorbet
Chef Han Liguang's take on Singapore chili crab. Crab, strawberries, chili ice cream, egg white & salted mackerel.
Chef Han Liguang’s take on Singapore chili crab. Crab, strawberries, chili ice cream, egg white & salted mackerel.
Clam leaf snow, local herbs, peach gum & textures of grape.
Clam leaf snow, local herbs, peach gum & textures of grape.

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