Studies suggest that the physical workspace has an impact on employee experience and that there are well designed offices in nice buildings which may actually make employees excited about going to work. However, cool offices in beautiful buildings downtown usually also mean expensive eateries when the time comes for lunch. It is thus a nice surprise to find that we can get a good weekday set lunch for $15 at Kith Cafe in the plushy Millenia Walk.
Kith Cafe in Millenia Walk obviously caters to the office crowd during weekdays. It even has meeting rooms so that the busy executives can do their work while they are having their coffee or meals.
Kith Cafe Menu
Kith Cafe serves fairly simple unpretentious food. Brunch items are available till 5 pm. We have been to Kith Cafe for brunch and you can read our earlier post here. Here are pictures of pages of their regular menu and the weekday lunch specials menu.
$15 Set Lunch
We ordered a grilled sandwich ($10) from their regular menu and the $15 lunch special which was Spaghetti Aglio Olio with a glass of iced tea.
The grilled sandwich of bacon cheese and egg was served with salad. It was of the expected standard – simple but quite tasty and satisfying.
The portion of the Spaghetti Aglio Olio with grilled chicken and sun dried tomatoes was quite substantial. It did not look great and we already had rather low expectation since it was a $15 set lunch. However, it was quite tasty. There was a nice aroma and flavours were well balanced. The spaghetti had a just right chewy texture.
Lunch at Kith Cafe Millenia Walk might not be a gastronomical delight but we had food of better than average quality in a comfortable inviting space at a very reasonable price. Eateries like Kith Cafe Millenia Walk should make employees working in smart offices excited about going to lunch as well.
Food : 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs
Kith Cafe Millenia Walk
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel : +65 6333 4438
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm
Nearby MRT Stations: Promenade, Esplanade
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