Top 10 Business Lunches in Singapore

Cherry Garden [ CHINESE ] 

Aside from nice surrounds and well-trained staff, the grub’s also consistently good. Set lunch offerings include nourishing doubled-boiled soups and oven-baked lobster in spicy XO-cheese sauce. Strapped for time? Order the Lily set ($48), which they guarantee will be served in 45 minutes flat.
Lunchtime Monday-Friday noon-2:30pm.

Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar [ ITALIAN ]

A stalwart of Italian cuisine in Singapore, Garibaldi showcases great service and delicious food. The three-course set lunch menu ($39, includes coffee or tea) rotates weekly and includes mains like home-made tagliatelle with bacon, leek and mascarpone cheese.
Lunchtime Monday-Saturday noon-3pm.


Minimal and modern but still unmistakably Japanese, this 56-seater specializes in kushikatsu (deep fried skewers) and serves lunch sets with seven sticks for $75. Offerings change seasonally but might include Kurobuta pork and mushroom with cream cheese.
Lunchtime Monday-Saturday noon-3pm.


At $58 for three courses or $88 for five courses, this is ideal for important business lunches and ladies who lunch. Tuck into dishes like ballotine of quail and foie gras and 60 second saba fillet with smoked ratte potato. Then, finish with treats such as Bounty Gourmandise (coconut mousse, passionfruit heart and milk chocolate ganache).
Lunchtime Monday-Saturday noon-2pm.

Keystone Restaurant [ EUROPEAN ]

Smack dab in the CBD is this chic modern European establishment that has garnered quite a following, thanks to the classy yet minimal décor and commendable service. Set lunches go for $38 for three courses, with three to four choices for each course.
Lunchtime Monday-Friday noon-3pm.

Les Amis [ FRENCH ]

It’s more than just fantastic food and service; the setting is also divine. At $58 for a two-course and $70 for a three-course meal, you get three options to choose from for each course. We highly recommend starters such as smoked eel with marinated beets and mains like Maine lobster with chanterelles. Desserts are also exquisite.
Lunchtime Monday-Saturday noon-3pm.

Majestic Restaurant [ CHINESE ]

Expect exemplary modern Chinese recipes by chef-owner Yong Bing Ngen such as stewed mee sua with oyster and crab roe. It’s priced at $50 per person for the five-course set lunch. Plus, desserts here are to die for.
Lunchtime Daily 11:45am-3pm.


This charming 60-seater with clear views of the Singapore River is a sophisticated grey hued space flanked with Roman ionic columns. On the second floor of The Arts House, it has a definite period feel. French-trained chef Jonathan Koh presents precise and pretty a la carte plates including starters like Encornet, Brittany squid, black rice cremeux and mussel vinaigrette, plus mains such as dry aged American prime striploin with parsnip puree. And Maitre’d Novalan Dorasamy curates an extensive list of wines, with a particular focus on boutique French tipples. It’s a polished spot—in terms of both food and service—that should impress deal-making execs.
Lunchtime Mon-Fri noon-2:30pm.

The Moluccas Room [ INDONESIAN ]

If you have a craving for Indonesian fare, this is just the ticket. Rattan-backed chairs, dark wood tables, parquet flooring and batik-inspired motif pillars make for a pretty spot to enjoy their 60-minute experience, a lunch with three courses ($35) including a menu signature, confit Sakura ayam.
Lunchtime Monday-Friday 11:30am-2:30pm.

Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra [ INDIAN ]

The $40 weekday power lunch offers vegetarians and omnivores an equally appealing array of dishes like savory-sweet dahi de kebab (yogurt kebab with cardamom and coriander) and chicken tikka masala. Both sets come with Indian flatbreads and lime juice, iced tea or homemade ginger ale.
Lunchtime Daily 11:30am-3pm.