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.
Anti:dote Set Lunch is the perfect prescription for those looking for an affordable set lunch deal in a stylish dining space right in the heart of the city. Lunch Matters at Anti:dote is the new lunch menu of the hip cocktail bar of Fairmont Singapore. The new menu features a $28++ 2 course set lunch.
Singapore may rank as one of the world’s most expensive cities but the Michelin-starred restaurants here can be affordable, especially if you take advantage of set lunch deals. One Michelin starred Alma By Juan Amador at Goodwood Park Hotel is a contemporary European restaurant where you can get a good 3 course set lunch for $39++.
French onion soup, pan-fried foie gras, soufflé and profiteroles. These were the classic French Dishes that we had during a recent visit to Bistro du Vin, a French Bistro in Singapore.
The .elia Singapore is a newcomer to the Keong Saik dining neighbourhood. It is located along Jiak Chuan Road, a side road that branches off Keong Saik Road. Its neighbours include famous Spanish tapas bar Esquina on one side and budget hotel, Hotel 81 on another side. What does its name “.elia” mean? The answer my friends, is written on the chalkboard in the restaurant.
Royal Pavilion Chinese Restaurant at Park Regis Singapore is not a new Chinese restaurant. It has been in operation for a few years, but it has not been on our dining radar, until recently. With the usual Singapore Cantonese restaurant heavyweights like Wah Lok, Summer Pavilion, Imperial Treasure and Crystal Jade always at the front of our minds, the less familiar Cantonese restaurants tend to get forgotten. We therefore made a specific effort to have lunch at Royal Pavilion Chinese Restaurant. A dive into the unknown rather than going to a familiar favourite.