Lunch at U-Town
Unused patch of grass – build another foodcourt lah…

There’s this large patch of grass at U-Town, NUS that was today almost completely bare, bar three Ang Moh students playing a sad game of three man touch football.

If this had been on a campus in Australia, the lawn would have been chock full of students lying on it, getting some sun. There would also have been four or five games of different forms of football being played at the same time, with playing areas marked by shoes, slippers or bags.

But this is Singapore, and the only other populated area were the seats under the sheltered alfresco area across from us, where students looked like they were studying.

Just sayin’.

Anyway, it was really good to know that for all the branded-chained restaurants everywhere on campus, there’s one cafe that sells honest, healthy food: Central Park @ U Town.

(And especially for blazing saddle days like today, they carry Popaganda popsicles too!)

Kai tucking into a toasted pita topped with organic roasted veggies, arugula, baby spinach and feta
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