Bollywood Farm is not new to many Singaporeans, and having lived in the west now for many years, I have also been here several times myself on different occasions. However, only recently have I thought about trying lunch there.
To cut a long review short, the food was tasty and homely. I will definitely be back for the au-natural food and atmosphere. If you are lucky enough to meet their gungho, spunky and friendly female boss Ivy Singh during your visit, I’m sure she will have plenty of life stories to share!
After a full belly, you can go for a free walk around the farm and explore its grounds. Take note though, mosquitoes are a a pain in the ass so be sure to come protected! This is not the city afterall.
Upon your arrival, you will notice the green signs with yellow text with various sayings. I found that these adds plenty of character to the place, I love hand-crafty things!
Lunch at Bollywood
They have a main menu and also certain “seasonal” picks from the chef they call the “Wicked Wizard”. Hmm, who is this wizard, I wonder? We chose a Warrior’s Platter, which is the best way to try everything that is seasonal, and also a Special Nasi Lemak. The drinks are noteworthy too. We had warm Fig Tea and cold Lemongrass tea and both are fantastic and worth a try.
Down the Road of Fame
Actually, it is just a walk around the farm lah. The farm is actually very large and grows a huge variety of fruit trees and other plants. A very educational experience for young children and adults alike. It is always good to exercise after a heavy lunch.