A Catholic café open to everyone. It is a social enterprise, funded by several Catholic donors.
All profits will be channelled to charitable causes.
The cafe seeks to provide employment opportunities and personal
development for the disadvantaged so that they can have a better future.
Crossings is currently collaborating with Assumption Pathway School, a
Catholic vocational institute, to take on interns and graduates from the school to
work at the café.
The café will serve simple yet delectable fare. The menu is primarily
western, offering comfort food and all-time favourites such as chilli crab pasta,
honey mustard ribs, burgers and some Asian dishes such as braised pork belly
with rice and laksa, at reasonable prices.
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 1 user(s)
Great Food, Greater Cause
I love anything with a good cause. Places like Food For Thought or 17 Chefs always encourage me to visit them more than once. Apart from using your money on the great food, the thought behind it is for a greater cause, so I feel a sense of fulfillment and it's so worth it!
Here's my review on what I tried at Crossings Cafe:
Baked Cilantro Sea Bass ($16)
Served with sambal cream sauce, fresh salad and mashed potato. The catch is very fresh, you can tell by the aromatic scent and how tender the sea bass is. There sauce is also very addictive, especially because I love spicy.
Sweet Potato Fries ($6)
This is a MUST-TRY! The two times I went there, my friend and I shared the sweet potato fries and it was a sweet treat indeed. It is also healthier than the usual potato fries, so you get all the nutrients and vitamins :)