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Dignity Kitchen @ Boon Keng Road

69 Boon Keng Rd, Singapore 339772

8189 7678

$3 · Halal Certified · Food Court · Singaporean · Chicken · Vegetarian · Seafood

Monday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Saturday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Sunday: Closed

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Lily Q

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

First visit to Social Enterprise Dignity Kitchen. Do visit and support when you’re around the area. Let’s support and contribute back in each of our small ways. Fish and Chips is good! Fillet is juicy and fresh, batter is crispy (even after some time). Signature Laksa has a good broth with generous ingredients. Upgraded $7 for a set meal to include dessert and drinks. Very good value for money. Portions are generous. Ondeh Ondeh Cake and Chocolate Fudge Cake both has fluffy sponge layers and generous cream. Flavourful and satisfying. However, we did find the cakes a little sweet towards the end of finishing an entire slice. If driving, best to park at the multi-storey car park opposite, walk across the traffic light and you’re there.


Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

Tried the laksa because it was highly recommended but personally I don't see what the fuss is about. It's decent but not fantastic. The fish and chips however, that's good. The fish is really crispy and I can see why some people mentioned it's like Han's. The sour plum drink was weak though, very diluted. Ondeh ondeh was great. Beef rendang is not bad. If you're afraid of heat, choose a seat under the fan, it's less hot because this isn't an air conditioned establishment.

Rebecca Chan

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

To come here only for food and not realising what this place has done for the community is simply missing the point. Hearing the story of this social enterprise, how and why it started, straight from the founder himself, is a story of passion and determination. The tour led by one of the staff helped to better understand the different functions of this kitchen and the unique qualities of the folks that run it. The food being most amazing just made this visit all the more worth it. Fish and chip is a must try, cooked to perfection. The kolo mee is simply unforgettable. I had one and bought another serving home!

Ami T.

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

I’ve been wanting to check out this place out for the longest time after learning that it’s run as a social enterprise. Was in the area today so dropped by for lunch. Place was pretty well organized. There is a central station where you order and pay, and then when your order is ready you head to your respective stall to pick up your order. There is a variety of Malay, Indian, Chinese and Western offerings. Plus a display case of baked goods and drinks of course. I had the nasi lemak with beef rendang which was good, and a slice of ondeh ondeh cake which was lovely as well. No air conditioning but clean with high ceiling fans for air circulation. Prices are comparable to eating at an air conditioned food court in a fancy mall. I didn’t mind paying a bit more as it’s going towards a good cause. Would come back again if I’m in the area.

just dave

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

Thumbs up to the establishment and to trainees. Patrons do place your order at the counter, once food is prep, they will announce your queue number for collection. Every visit is a new experience to the trainees, so do be patience when visiting. I finish everything that is on my plate and cup 🤤

cava lulu

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

A social enterprise that provide training and employment to the disadvantaged and challenged. The food is great and the dishes I like are the Nonya style laksa, chicken claypot rice and also the Nasi briyani is not bad. As they are very active in their corporate outreached, you might find yourself arrived and not able to dine in and the entire facility is closed to event. Perhaps check their Facebook or website if they indicate such a block out period. Safe period to go is early lunch if possible.

Pak Soon Lau

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

Nice working environment for those who need help to integrate into the workforce. A good social enterprise worthy of support. Do drop by to give them your encouragement and business.


Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Chanced upon this place during one of my morning walks and decided to give it a try. A little research about the place reveals that the kitchen actually trains and hires people who are physically and socially challenged. It is interesting to note that they serve up various types of food ... Claypot rice, kolo noodles, laksa, nasi lemak, western food and even cakes and pastries. You will definitely find something that suits you. We had a dry kolo noodle and a chicken laksa. You can top up to make it a set to include cakes(you need to check which are the cakes included) and drinks. The noodle we ordered has the QQ texture and wasn't soggy, though it looked plain(asked for original sauce), it was surprisingly well flavoured when we tucked in. Loved that the ingredients were placed nicely on top of the noodles and not haphazardly scattered. I seldom order laksa nowadays because in recent years, it is hard to find a stall that gives a good laksa gravy. But this laksa, I must say the gravy is pretty thick and fragrant. It comes with a whole boiled egg, some fish cakes and slices of chicken with thick bee hoon. It was very filling and I really enjoyed it. Price is also very reasonable. There was an elderly uncle who appears to be the supervisor was very helpful and walked us through on how to place our orders and collection, really appreciated that. Parking can be found nearby at the block of flats(but limited lots) or at the Bendemeer market. Overall, it was a pleasant new experience for me. Do lend your support when in the area.


Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Had a very nice Sunday lunch here! The chicken redang was soft and delicious, the fish and chips was also amazing! Come down to support! Will definitely come back to try other food :)


Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

🌟 Social Enterprise hawker stalls🍜🚀 In the hawker world, a social enterprise shines bright, 🌟🍜🚀 Empowering disabled people, a beacon of light. 👥🎗️🍽️ With South East Asian flavors, their stalls unfold, 🍽️🌍 Trained and employed, they serve culinary gold. 🎗️👨‍🍳👌 Professional chefs lend their expertise, 🧑‍🍳🌟 Ensuring food quality, a delicious feast. 👨‍🍳👌 Singapore and Hong Kong, their presence strong, 🇸🇬🇭🇰 Spreading meaningful impact, all along. 🌍🌟 💡 AJ suggests to the social enterprise 💡 Make payment system more efficient to increase turnover 💸🔄

Jo Jo

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Super delicious nasi lemak beef rendang!!! The sambal and rice were divine! The rendang was quite tender too. Pay and order at the counter and their system will call out your number. Friendly staff and service

Jasmine Adams

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

Just a wonderful place to have a meal. The variety and range is great . And it is one place to bring anyone - vegetarian, halal etc. One place to have a comfortable homely meal. The fact that differently abled persons are totally hands on and being given opportunities to be independent and employed

Kelvin Lee

Rated 2.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

Located near MRT stn, open & multistorey carpark so it's very accessible. Place is clean & cool for a suuny afternoon 👍 Food taste wise it's... Meh 😑 Ordered chicken rendang nasi lemak & kopi o kosong at a very reasonable $6.87. The chicken rendang is quite tasty, the ikan bilis, peanut, egg & achar were OK, But the soul of nasi lemak, the rice was too salty & the sambal is almost tasteless ☹️ As for the kopi O kosong, it's pointless 😑

Shing Low

Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

We went on a Sat about 10am. Not crowded. Pleasant environment with tissue box and sanitizer at each table. Food was served within 10 mins. The nasi lemak chicken rendang is yums. Portions of achar + ikan bilis are generous. Coconut rice can make do with more flavour. Highly recommend a visit .


Rated 5.0/5.0 a week ago

Really commendable set-up to help train the physically and/or intellectually challenged to become self-sufficient hawkers. The fish & chips are great value for money and the fish is thick and sweet. Awesome! Please keep up the quality!

Mei Mei

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 weeks ago

I always have my lunch here when I happen to come by this area. My favourite order is fish and chips. Not only it tastes good, the portion is generous, and pricing is also reasonable. This eatery place also offers various local choices and food quality has been well maintained. I would highly recommend this.

steven (steven)

Rated 4.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

My favorite place to have a morning coffee. Quality of the food here is well maintained, I cannot vouch for the food, but their coffee is really nice. Ordered Kopi C Kosong which is a balance mix of coffee and evaporated milk. Taste decent. The other thing that I really love about this place is the concept itself. This is a place where they give training for newly hawkerian. So you might see elderly or disabled workers trying to find their new purpose here. Service is nice, staff is welcoming, and they seems to be very dedicated and passionate about what they’re doing.

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