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Guide to Singapore’s CBD – Set Lunch

Guide to Singapore’s CBD – Set Lunch

If you believe in eating well for lunch because working life in can be a b**** sometimes, and you just need some good food to make the day better, read on! Especially true if you work in/around the CBD area, here’s our guide to set lunches in the Central Business District in Singapore that will surely brighten your day!

 

Violet Herbs

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Choose from a variety of modern European appetisers and mains like Rosemary Pumpkin Veloute and Parma Wrapped Chicken Breast. Upgrade your meal to enjoy more premium selections including Truffle Foie Gras and Sous Vide 48 Hours Wagyu Beef Cheek. Vegetarian options available as well. Not forgetting desserts; we don’t think you can resist their Chef Special Tiramisu which comes with a Bailey’s Ice Cream!

Violet Herbs Singapore

Price: 3-Course @ $33++ per pax
Address: 81 Tras St, Singapore 079020

The Black Swan

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No, not the Natalie Portman movie. Located in a restored building built in the 1930s, enjoy the exquisite set lunch in the magnificent decor. European bistro classics using only premium ingredients, check out their Alaskan Snow Crab Salad, Duck Leg Confit and Dark Chocolate Dome for desserts!

The Black Swan

Price: 2-Course @ $42++ per pax | 3-Course @ $48++ per pax.
Address: 19 Cecil St, Singapore 049704

Kinki Restaurant & Bar

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For those craving for some Japanese cuisine. You might have visited this place for their modern rooftop bar, but they do open their doors to diners during lunch time too. Sushi, sashimi, chirashi, US prime ribeye steak, Kurobuta katsu curry, you name it. A good selection for you to choose from, and all set lunches come with garden salad, miso soup and mochi dessert.

Kinki Restaurant & Bar Singapore

Price: Various set lunches from $20 onwards
Address: 70 Collyer Quay, #02-02 Customs House, Singapore 049323

The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill

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New English seafood galore at The Pelican, which is located Fullerton Pier! Oyster Rockefeller, Gazpacho with Prawns, Baked Salmon Fillet and Chilli Crab Linguine. For those who prefer some non-seafood dishes, you can opt for the Roasted Pumpkins and Pan-fried Chicken with Cauliflower.

The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill

Price: 3-Course @ $38++ per pax
Address: 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049214

Zafferano

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Located on the 43rd level of the Ocean Financial Centre, Zafferano is the place to enjoy some quality modern Italian food and the gorgeous view of the CBD and Collar Quay. Their menu is partially in Italian, but it works the similarly to other set lunches where you choose a starter, mains and a dessert from a list of selections.

By opting for the Gourmet Set Lunch, you get to choose from more premium dishes, such as Hokkaido Scallop Carpaccio and Pan-fried Norwegian Salmon Trout Fillet. House pour wines available as well, at just $12!

Zafferano SG

Price: Business Set Lunch 2-Course @ $42++ per pax | Business Set Lunch 3-Course @ $52++ per pax | Gourmet Set Lunch 2-Course @ $68++ per pax | Gourmet Set Lunch 3-Course @ $78++ per pax
Address: Level 43-01, 10 Collyer Quay, 049315

Long Chim

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Helmed by celebrity Chef David Thompson, Long Chim serves up authentic Thai food at the Atrium 2 of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Be prepared to indulge in the strong asian flavours, especially in the Chive Cakes, Thai-style Grilled Pork, Green Curry, Mashed Prawn Curry. Definitely look forward to the desserts, where you can choose between the Thai Mango with Sticky Rice or Banana Roti, both which are equally desirable. Probably the hardest decision ever!

Long Chim Restaurant

Price: 2-Course @ $35++ per pax | 3-Course @ $40++ per pax
Address: #02-02, Atrium 2 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave, 018955

JING Seafood Restaurant

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If you prefer some oriental cuisine, you’ve got to try out Chef Yang Lai Fatt’s creations, which brings some Western flavours and ingredients into the Chinese classics. After some irresistable appetisers such as Crispy Prawns coated in Wasabi Mayo, you will be served a bowl of abalone or shark fin soup.

Next up, some homemade tofu and Kurobuta pork chop or Lobster noodle, and a chef’s special dessert to end things off. They also have a Business Special Set lunch for 8 pax and above, perfect for ‘jio-ing’ the the whole office to have lunch together!

JING Seafood Restaurant

Price: Executive Set Lunch @ $68++ per pax | Standard Set Lunch @ $78++ per pax | Business Special Set Lunch @ $398 onwards for 8 pax and above
Address: One Fullerton, #01-02/03, 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213

Casa Tortufo

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Truffle lovers, rejoice! Casa Tartufo, which is Italian for ‘house of truffles’, incorporates the earthy, funky yet aromatic truffle into most of their dishes. Be excited to find truffle in various forms, truffle oil, truffle cream and even truffle shavings! Set lunch comes with an antipasta of the day, a pasta of your choice and dessert with coffee. We recommend getting an additional glass of Prosecco to truly complete the Italian truffle meal!

Casa Tartufo Singapore

Price: 3-Course @ $38++ per pax
Address: 33 Erskine Rd, Singapore 069333

999.99 Five Nines

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The name of the restaurant, 999.99, symbolises the purest form of gold as the restaurant believes in serving the quality food using only the best ingredients. Expect to find some Japanese-French fusion cuisine around here. The prices are really affordable, starting from $19++, you get to choose a main course which includes Lobster Gratin, Hamburger, 200g Striploin Steak or Pasta of the day, as well as a drink.

999.99 Five Nines

Price: 2-Course @ $19++ per pax | 4-Course @ $29++ per pax
Address: 29 Keong Saik Rd, 089136

 

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