Shop #B1-36, Promenade @ Pelikat, Singapore 537643

About Us

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Tanya Soman

Founder & Head Chef

Tanya is a Singapore based former designer and food blogger turned entrepreneur. After spending ten years designing amazing restaurants and boutique hotels across Asia, she decided to pack it all up and pursue her passion for kid's food writing and cooking.

The concept for “Fusspot & Foodie” was born from Tanya’s passion to share her cooking and recipes with fellow parents and fueled by the experiences of her own parenting journey. She believes that every child can has the potential to be a good, mindful eater if they are consistently offered good choices and is proud to be the helping hand that busy parents need, to achieve this.

When she takes a break from juggling her various roles as a mum, wife and entrepreneur, Tanya will most likely be found reading to her little girl in an animated voice, teaching herself origami, dreaming about the hillside B&B she hopes to own and reminding their goofy pooch that crayons & Lego are not actual food groups!

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Vishakha Shahane

Sr Chef & Operations Advisor

Vishakha joined our team at the beginning of this year as a senior chef and operational advisor. With a masters degree in hotel management and catering technology, Vishakha started her career in the demanding and competitive Taj Hotel kitchens in India. Her love for teaching lead her to working with reputed hotel management schools in both India as well as Singapore where she got a chance to share her knowledge and expertise with the next generation of chefs.

Pouring out her passion in every plate, Vishakha’s undeniable love for food and feeding people, attention to detail and cheerful friendly personality make her an asset to our team! 

As a mum of two athletic kids (one a gymnast and the other a competitive swimmer!) she recognises the importance of high quality nutrition for growing bodies. When she isn’t cooking or teaching, Vishakha enjoys listening to classical music, gardening, and indulging in playful banter with her kids and husband! 

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Dr. Reshma D. Adwar

Nutrition Consultant

Reshma is a US-based Nutritionist and passionate foodie. After a successful career as a Physical Therapist, she returned to university to study Nutrition and Dietetics with the goal of making a difference in the way people eat.

An avid cook, baker, and gardener, Reshma believes that fresh, from-scratch food made with love is the best kind. Her experience has taught her that food can be healthy and delicious at the same time. Her greatest source of pride are her two boys who are adventurous little gourmands and sous chefs in her kitchen.

F & F Friends

F & F Friends are products, brands and services that we have discovered and experienced first-hand as a part of our own parenting journey in Singapore. We are now thrilled to partner with these amazing businesses to bring you exclusive offers to enjoy and benefit from! Follow Fusspot & Foodie on facebook and instagram and sign up for our mailing list to stay updated on the latest developments and never miss out on special offers and deals from us and our wonderful friends!

Riyana Rupani, NTP

Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Mom of three, and a lover of all things food, Riyana is focused on helping individuals & families create lasting health changes through real food and lifestyle.  Riyana found her passion for holistic nutrition after suffering from a multitude of health issues herself. After many years of medication and doctor visits, she started to research ways to heal and eventually found the power of Holistic Nutrition. Riyana was able to turn her health around by nourishing from the inside out and is now passionate about helping others do the same.  Being a mother to 3 growing boys, she understands the struggles of being a busy parent but at the same time want's to equip families with the tools and information to live healthier & happier lives.

https://www.healthyishandhappy.com/

House of Happy

A boutique event planning company, House of Happy specialises in unique, hand-made and custom designed decorations. No set packages = no restrictions! Your party is customized exactly how you'd like it, keeping your budget in mind, any theme under the sun (the whackier, the better!) and your choice of vendors! With as little single use plastic as possible, there's a clear emphasis on quality and a high level of detailing. 

https://www.houseofhappy.sg/

The Meat Club

Founded in March 2016, The Meat Club specialises in bringing fresh (never frozen) beef and lamb direct from farms in Australia. With a recently expanded product list that now extends to sausages, as well as salmon from New Zealand, The Meat Club offer home delivery for less. Join them for a one off order or enjoy the benefits of their flexible subscription model, Auto Pilot!

Exclusive to Fusspot & Foodie friends, enjoy 10% off your first order using promotion code FUSSPOT on checkout.

https://www.themeatclub.com.sg/

Spice Spice Baby

Spice Spice Baby is the brainchild of Kanchan Koya who's Ph.D. in Biomedicine from Harvard University and training from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition offers a unique lens to view health and wellness. Through her first cook-book, Kanchan is on a mission to bring ancient, healing spices to modern family tables worldwide.

http://www.spicespicebaby.com/

Angel Floss

Angel Floss is a bespoke cotton candy cart service for events and parties. Angel Floss cotton candy is hand-crafted using organic cane sugar and all-natural flavours and colours. Their unique range of flavours puts a truly modern spin on classic cotton candy.​ Fun toppings such as glitter, sprinkles, paper umbrellas, edible flowers or sugar feathers can also be added upon request!

https://www.angelfloss.com/

Gift-It-Forward

Want to teach your kids about charity and reduce toy clutter at your next celebration? Gift-It-Forward is an online invitation and gifting website that helps you do both! By sending party invitations through their platform, you can save for your dream gift (think bicycle or trip to Universal!), while donating to a charity that's meaningful to you. Your guests will appreciate being able to make a donation online rather than spend hours shopping! And you're also reducing your party's carbon footprint by reducing waste! That's something to celebrate! Create your invitation now!

http://www.gift-it-forward.com/

Daughters Of Tomorrow

Founded in 2012 by Carrie Tan, Daughters Of Tomorrow (DOT) is a registered charity organization in Singapore whose mission is to facilitate livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women. DOT  helps their beneficiaries build financially independent and resilient families and provides skills-training, job-bridging and support programmes. By deep-diving into practical day-to-day constraints of these women, the team offers hand-holding and individual coaching to help each woman reach regular and sustained employment.

https://daughtersoftomorrow.org/

MEDIA

We partnered with NTUC Fairprice, Singapore's largest supermarket chain for a three-part video series to share some of our favourite kid and family-friendly recipes : Super healthy (and super fun!) Fruit & Veg Popsicles, Easy-peasy Spinach Pesto and a delicious, fiber-rich breakfast option, Overnight Oats! Check out the recipes using the links below and remember to tag us using #fusspotandfoodie if you try them out!


Childhood obesity, diabetes, lowered immunity to common illnesses, are some of the very real challenges that our kids face today. Mediacorp Channel 5 interviewed Fusspot & Foodie for their show TALKING POINT (Episode 22, aired on September 28 2017) and chatted with founder, Tanya Soman, about our efforts to make healthy eating for children easy, accessible and fun!

In The Press

tabla! is a weekly English language newspaper that provides local news to the growing community of expatriate Indians in Singapore. Fusspot & Foodie's Founder & Head chef, Tanya Soman, was featured along with five other female entrepreneurs in Singapore, all of who are finding innovative solutions to problems using technology. 

Click here to read the feature published on September 22, 2017.

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