Food Anatomy: Where Design Meets Culinary

I came across an interesting restaurant in Ayer Rajah Crescent area. It is where design meets culinary – Food Anatomy. This restaurant allows you to try “design food” where delicious is not just enough, it must also be beautiful and perfectly crafted. It also allows you to create your own meals in bite sizes. You can freely mix and match different flavors of your own choice.

Food Anatomy Storefront
Dining Area
They also serve hot coffee and tea

There are a lot of flavors to choose from. Here are some of the best flavors available during my visit:

Pork Lasagne: pasta marinara, mushroom cream and organic pasta
Korean Braised Pork Rice: 6-hour braised pork, spinach and rice
Thai Cod Fish Rice: Thai marinated cod and turmeric rice

I really like the Bacon Potato Rice. It includes three different kinds of potatoes: Japanese sweet potato, local Singaporean potato and Food Anatomy home grown potatoes. It also has cheese on top that makes it more yummy.

Bacon Potato Rice: bacon and creamy mashed potatoes
Thai Basil Pork Rice: wok-fried basil pork and charcoal coconut rice
One of the local juices

Food Anatomy is located at Timbre+ Unit 31, 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139957. They are open every Monday to Saturday from 11 AM to 11 PM.

Where design meets culinary

You can reach them through their social media pages:
Instagram: foodanatomysg

The verdict: It’s an ACE!
The Tennis Foodie’s favorite: Teriyaki Chicken Rice, Bacon Potato and Beef Rendang Rice.

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39 thoughts on “Food Anatomy: Where Design Meets Culinary”

  1. I think I’ll hit an ace on the yummy Bacon Potato dish- will definitely visit Food Anatomy when in SG.

  2. I love when food can be art and delicious! I would love to try the one you liked but also the pork lasagne!

  3. I would love to give this restaurant a try. I would definitely start with the Bacon Potato Rice.

  4. Bacon and potatoes sounds like my kind of food combination! I like that they went the extra step with presentation even though it isn’t a necessity.

  5. Korean braised pork rice sounds really good! This restaurant is really interesting! I would definitely check out.

  6. I would love to give Food Anatomy a try. It looks like such a great dining experience and the food sounds delicious

  7. Oh wow! That looks like an amazing experience! I can cook a little, and I’m always looking to try something new. I think that would be a lot of fun!

  8. This restaurant looks really cool! I love the atmosphere and presentation 😊. And the food sounds so unique! Thank you for sharing your experience with us.

  9. Do they serve anything vegetarian-friendly here? This looks great. It’s amazing seeing food like this because where I live, there aren’t too many restaurants which serve this. Great blog post.

  10. This restaurant allows you to try “design food”?! I had never even heard this term before but it totally works. Thanks for educating me on this!

  11. The name is so freaky. And the food options look pretty inviting. Would love to visit when I am around.

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