Established in 2011

Food Canopy operates food courts and institution canteens across Singapore. As a pioneer in eco-friendly initiatives, healthier eating and a successful cutlery return programme, our staff’s commitment to these causes is of utmost importance.

Canopy loves hearing ideas and implementing unique designs for our food courts to attract the masses. Being retro is part of Canopy Coffee Club whilst we also design our food courts to fit into the surroundings like our structural columns and food stall design for Botanic Gardens.

Eco-Friendly Tips

At Food Canopy, we believe that everyone has a part to play in keeping our environment clean and preserving the earth for future generations. Here are some easy tips on being eco-friendly around the house:

  • Reuse water used to wash rice, fruits and vegetables to water plants
  • Turn the tap off in the shower when shampooing or soaping
  • Cut down on plastic bags used by bringing your own bags to the supermarket
  • Go digital and avoid printing; if you must print, print on both sides of the paper
  • Bring your own water bottles out to avoid buying disposable bottles
  • Use rags for cleaning up spills instead of paper towels

Healthy Recipes

Sliced Fish with Bee Hoon Soup

Photos and recipes courtesy of
Health Promotion Board.

Treat yourself with this nourishing dish that combines succulent fish in sweet rice vermicelli soup...

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Mee Siam

Photos and recipes courtesy of
Health Promotion Board.

Jazz up your mealtimes with this local favourite of rice vermicelli in spicy, tangy gravy....

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Unpolished Mixed Rice in Braised Cabbage Roll

Photos and recipes courtesy of
Health Promotion Board.

Spring rolls are given a healthy twist with cabbage wrapping and unpolished rice stuffing....

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Health Calculator

How healthy is your favourite dish?

We’ve compiled a list of common local hawker dishes and taken a look at their calorie count, fat, saturated fat and sodium content.

While this reflects typical preparations of the dish, the cooks at Food Canopy use less salt, oil, and sugar to help keep our food healthier but no less tasty.

To get the full nutrient analysis of each dish, click the button below.
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Source: Health Promotion Board (HPB).

Chicken Rice (Steamed)
Energy / Calories (kcal): 557.7
Chicken Rice (Roast)
Energy / Calories (kcal): 596.27
BBQ Pork Rice
Energy / Calories (kcal): 604.95
Duck Rice
Energy / Calories (kcal): 692.9
Nasi Briyani
Energy / Calories (kcal): 861.25
Nasi Goreng
Energy / Calories (kcal): 919.6
Mee Siam
Energy / Calories (kcal): 362.71
Mee Goreng
Energy / Calories (kcal): 602.42
Mee Rebus
Energy / Calories (kcal): 571
Roti Prata
Energy / Calories (kcal): 162.6
Roti Prata with Egg
Energy / Calories (kcal): 287.59
Roti Prata with Onion
Energy / Calories (kcal): 303.53
Roti John
Energy / Calories (kcal): 722.38
Murtabak Chicken
Energy / Calories (kcal): 954.72
Murtabak Mutton
Energy / Calories (kcal): 785.98
Ban Mian - Fish Head
Energy / Calories (kcal): 868.3
Ban Mian - Soup
Energy / Calories (kcal): 475.2
Beef Noodle Soup
Energy / Calories (kcal): 192.06
Dry Beef Noodle
Energy / Calories (kcal): 500.96
Dry Wanton Noodle
Energy / Calories (kcal): 410.92
Wanton Noodle Soup
Energy / Calories (kcal): 290.47
Dry Chicken and Mushroom Noodle
Energy / Calories (kcal): 440.67
Chicken and Mushroom Noodle Soup
Energy / Calories (kcal): 346.09
Fried Kway Teow
Energy / Calories (kcal): 284.17
Hokkien Noodles
Energy / Calories (kcal): 521.56
Carrot Cake White
Energy / Calories (kcal): 402.5
Carrot Cake With Dark Sauce
Energy / Calories (kcal): 492.65
Chicken Chop
Energy / Calories (kcal): 572.25
Chicken Nugget
Energy / Calories (kcal): 57.6
Pork Chop
Energy / Calories (kcal): 375.98
Energy / Calories (kcal): 540.71
Energy / Calories (kcal): 400.08
Hor Fun
Energy / Calories (kcal): 324.86
Curry Chicken
Energy / Calories (kcal): 1164.9
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Cutlery Returns

Food Canopy implemented our Cutlery Return Programme in 2011, aiming to reduce reliance on cleaning staff and encourage diners to form the habit of clearing up after themselves. Through the programme, we also hoped to play our part in creating a society guided by graciousness.

Apart from the construction of Cutlery Return Stations that separate Halal and non-Halal items, all stalls and tables have signs and stickers that reminds patrons to return their trays and soiled cutlery. Canopy's crew has been trained to clear the Cutlery Return Station quickly even in peak hour and it has been a success in all of our outlets.

Astoundingly, the programme has shown a success rate of up to 90% of cutleries and trays being returned by diners. These results can be attributed to the combined operational experience of Food Canopy’s stakeholders, and a thorough pre-launch brainstorming session and study into diners’ mindsets – all of which are testament to Food Canopy’s dedication to and passion for the F&B industry.