It’s time to treat yourself! Hit up Clarke Quay for that value-for-money office lunch (or weekend brunch) deal
Ever had to deal with the problem of not knowing where to go for lunch with the office mates? We know we do – all the time – and that’s why we’re thankful for Clarke Quay’s lunch deals that start from $10++ at all sorts of different dining spots (three cheers for endless options!). And hey, if you’ve got little ones at home, you can now swing by the area on weekends for irresistible offers on brunch!
Craving Chinese fare?
You’re in luck. At outlets like Long Jiang Classic Noodle & Congee House, you and the colleagues can order lunch sets featuring creations like sweet and sour pork and assam curry fish head for up to four pax. There are also fresh eats at Red House Seafood (don’t forget to try their signature chilli crab!), and places like the ever-popular Haidilao Hot Pot, Da Miao Hot Pot, and Spice World Hot Pot are for perfect those who can’t resist piping hot, belly-warming broth.
Need that Western (or European) food fix?
If you’re craving juicy beef or a hearty bowl of spaghetti, then take your pick from this list. You could drop by Hot Stones – known for cooking steak and seafood on scorching hot volcanic stone slabs. For $10++ feast on mains like Salmon Fillet and Seafood Aglio Olio, or go for a two-course $15++ lunch set instead, which comes with a ‘Soup of the Day’. Pizza lovers will want to visit Motorino Pizzeria for its Neapolitan-style offerings such as a garlicky Brussels sprouts and bacon pizza that won’t break the bank.
For American comfort food, drop by Hooters – there’s a three-course set lunch going for just $10++, and you can choose from items such as sandwiches, sirloin steak, and the restaurant’s famous wings and fries. It all comes with a soft drink and ice cream. Score!
Still can’t decide…?
With so much to choose from at Clarke Quay, we really don’t blame you. Let’s try and help you out…
Rendang and fried rice sound good to you? Check out Indonesian and Balinese restaurant Bayang for their $15++ two-course set lunch, which comes with a main course and a drink. Prefer Thai food? Renn Thai‘s menu consists of Tom Yum Soup, a main course (classics like Green Curry chicken and Phad Woon Sen aka stir-fried glass noodles) are on the list), and a refreshing Calamansi drink. If you want Mexican food and plenty of tacos, you can head to Señor Taco for a range of delish specials, and fans of Japanese cuisine can pop by Tomo Izakaya for bento and don sets that cost $15.50+ and below.
Oh, by the way, did we mention that parking’s free from Monday to Friday, 12:30pm to 1:30pm (excluding public holidays)?
Brunch out on weekends
Clarke Quay’s not just great for its weekday lunch promos. Restaurants like Fremantle Seafood Market and Talay Thai have “Sunday Treats”, where one kid dines for free with every two paying adults. For places that have a kid’s menu, there are joints like McGettigan’s, Privé Clarke Quay, Wings Bar, and loads more. Besides, now that Hong Kong’s famous Tsui Wah has arrived in Singapore and landed in Clarke Quay, you have a number of reasons to stick around the area and eat to your heart’s content.
Ready to feast? Visit Clarke Quay for a full list of participating restaurants and their lunch and brunch offerings.
This article is sponsored by Clarke Quay