Want to indulge in a fancy meal at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands before pay day? We've got you covered with these great set lunch deals
A fancy lunch out doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg – not if you know where to look, that is. We’ll let you in on a little secret: Some of the outstanding dining spots at Level 2 Dining (find your way there via the lifts near Miu Miu or Tasaki at Level 1) at The Shoppes have weekday set lunches that start from as low as $20++! We know, that’s truly a steal for Marina Bay Sands, which is known for its collection of celebrity chef restaurants and iconic, award-winning eateries.
From now till 30 September 2018, spend $100 at selected F&B retailers and you’ll receive a $20 dining voucher*. Also, parking is free when you dine at The Shoppes. Yay!
*Redemption period is from Monday to Thursday, 10am to 4pm. Terms and conditions apply.
If fine dining at a Japanese restaurant sounds like your cup of tea, there’s Takumi Yamamoto. For just $20++, you can get the three-course set, which comes with three pieces of freshly made gyoza, a comforting bowl of tonkotsu soy ramen, and a scoop of ice cream (flavour depends on what’s available for the day). Plus, there’s a hot (or cold) green tea to go with your meal.
Over at Seafood Paradise, the restaurant’s individual set lunch ($22.80++) lets you choose from mains such as their signature fiery-sweet chilli crab spaghetti and delicious sautéed bee hoon with ‘la la’ clams. But that’s not all: you also get to pair any of the main dishes with a set of three delectable sides like crisp-fried baby squid, pan-seared foie gras, and crisp-fried yam ring stuffed with scallop.
Want to dive into elevated Thai street food? Long Chim by celebrity chef David Thompson is the place to be. Its set lunch (from $25++; two-course and three-course available) comes with a drink (you have three choices: a soft drink, coffee, or tea), as well as satisfying creations like grilled pork skewers, green curry chicken, and irresistible mango sticky rice.
Another hidden gem with must-try signatures include Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine, with assortment of authentic dim sum from $5++ onwards. Other exquisite dishes includes Buddha Jumps Over the Wall and deep-fried cod fillet with sauce.
So, the next time you’re in the mood for a nice midday treat, you know where to go, and exactly what to order. For more information, visit The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
This article is sponsored by The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands