Looking to indulge in a little bit of luxury during your lunch break? Then ditch the boring sandwiches and salads in exchange for one of these fancy set lunch menus in Singapore! From multi-course feasts to Michelin-starred cuisine, these set lunch menus are sure to satisfy your cravings for both gourmet food and a touch of glamour.
Perched on the 38th floor of Andaz Singapore, 665°F is an upscale steakhouse that offers prime cuts of beef along with a selection of sustainable seafood. The weekday set lunch menu is available as a two- or three-course set menu ($48 and $58 respectively). The menus begin with a choice of starters that include a soup of the day, blue swimmer crab cake, Hokkaido scallop crudo and classic beef tartare. For mains, choose between prime cuts like wagyu flank, Angus tenderloin or other hearty bites like chicken, salmon, Iberico pork or the vegetarian-friendly Impossible Burger. Mains come with a choice of sides such as mashed potatoes, braised wild mushrooms and truffle fries. Lunch isn’t complete without dessert, and you can treat yourself to Basque cheesecake or crème caramel. If you’re an oenophile, you’ll also want to visit The Cellar, a new concept within the restaurant that offers an extensive wine list. Alternatively, enjoy 1-for-1 wines, which are poured from the restaurant’s range of Magnum bottles.
Located on the ground floor of Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard at Somerset Road, Bedrock Bar & Grill is known for serving up the finest steak cuts that can be paired with its collection of rare single malt whiskies. The three-course set includes a starter, a main and a choice of dessert. Not to be missed is the signature Bedrock black pepper steak rice bowl (S$58++), which showcases a wagyu petit fillet, luscious foie gras, grilled onions and a soft-boiled egg resting atop a warm bowl of fragrant beef drippings garlic rice. Another standout is the woodfire-grilled ribeye steak (S$68++), which comes with thick-cut fries and thyme butter. For dessert, choose between three mouthwatering options: burnt cheesecake, salted caramel lava cake or artisanal ice cream of the day. There’s also a two-course set lunch menu that allows you to pair dessert, a soft drink or a glass of juice with mains such as beer battered fish and chips ($35++), a hand-pressed double cheeseburger with thick-cut fries ($32++) and more.
Helmed by Drew Nocente, who first made waves in Singapore at the now-defunct Salted & Hung, Cenzo’s set lunch menu is probably one of the most affordable in Singapore. The two-course menu blends Australian and Italian flavours, and is best enjoyed as a sharing meal with friends. For just $35++, you’ll get to indulge in delicious starters such as whipped ricotta, grilled squid, and beef tartare with smoked ketchup and shallots for an extra fiver. And as for the mains? Capellini with prawns and nori, chicken leg saltimbocca, porchetta sandwich, or braised beef cheek with beef fat potatoes for just an extra $10 make this set lunch in Singapore a steal of a deal that’ll have your taste buds dancing and your wallet cheering. Dessert and coffee are available when you top up $5.
Located at Shaw Centre, élan blends generous portions and exciting flavours to bring you approachable French cuisine minus all the pomp that French dining is typically known for. The set lunch menu here ($75++ per guest) kicks off with starters like pan-seared foie gras, grilled obsiblue prawns, mangetsu onsen egg with green asparagus, or a rich cream of asparagus soup. Choose from four indulgent mains: spring vegetable risotto, roasted French chicken with a vin jaune sauce, chargrilled wagyu flank steak or bincho grilled Maine lobster. Then end on a sweet note with freshly baked madeleines, double chocolate cheesecake, strawberry choux with a vanilla chantilly cream or a simple but satisfying French farm cheese platter, all perfectly complemented with a hot cup of coffee or tea.
5. Gordon Grill
An elegant steakhouse in the Orchard Road area, Gordon Grill at the Goodwood Park Hotel has been serving fine steaks and continental cuisine since 1963. For efficient and elegant lunches, there’s a Big-on-Small lunch menu of three- ($68++) and four courses ($78++) where several signature dishes can be sampled. Tuck into posh appetisers such as the duck foie gras with cherry compote, apple and raspberry sorbet, and classic mains such as the US beef tenderloin with potato gratin, asparagus and couscous. The dessert course is a sampler platter with two items of your choice, which includes lingonberries crumble tart with vanilla ice cream, plus coffee or tea. Those opting for the four-course meal will enjoy the addition of a trio of Gordon Grill’s signature soups: lobster bisque, cream of mushroom, and soupe du jour.
Kinki sports an edgy, countercultural vibe with a punk-chic aesthetic. Its penchant for pushing the boundaries shows in its food as well, with its offerings sporting creative flavour combinations and presentations. Set lunch options (from $32++ to $99++) are an enjoyable mid-day affair; your choice of main comes with a garden salad, miso soup and mochi dessert. Take your pick from set lunches such as Executive Sashimi (15 pieces of assorted sashimi); Executive Sushi (10 pieces of assorted sushi and maki); chirashi don (premium seafood on sushi rice); High Roller Wagyu Don with Ohmi A4 Wagyu, Hokkaido uni, ikura, black truffle and onsen egg; and Buta Kakuni Claypot, a slow-braised pork belly claypot rice dish. Can’t make up your mind? Simply go for the All-Star Ninja Executive Set Lunch ($78++), which comprises a wide array of dishes such as sashimi, sushi, hot appetisers of foie gras chawanmushi and miso soup, cold appetisers of sakura salad, snow crab and century egg tofu, as well as a choice of sorbet for dessert.
The highest microbrewery in Singapore pairs an excellent beer programme with its executive set lunch menu by incorporating beer and beer brewing elements – such as malt and spent grain – into the dishes. The experience is further elevated by the views from Marina Bay Financial Centre’s 33rd floor. LeVeL33’s executive lunch sets are available as a two-course ($48) and three-course ($58) offering, and can be enjoyed in the dining room or the outdoor social space. Dishes include the sustainable, IPA beer-battered fish and chips with house-made tartar sauce and nori fries; and the brewery burger, which features a wagyu patty that’s topped with cheddar and rests on top of a crispy, artisanal beer malt brioche. Be sure to wash the meal down with one of their house-brewed craft beers.
Oumi, with its sweeping vistas of Marina Bay, serves up contemporary Japanese “kappo” cuisine, which translates to “cut and cook” and describes a cosy, intimate setting where the chef cuts and cooks the food in close proximity to the diner. The open kitchen design invites diners to witness the culinary magic firsthand as skilled chefs prepare each dish. Using only the freshest seasonal ingredients, the two-course ($65) and three-course menus ($80) feature exquisite offerings that are both visually stunning and flavourful. Indulge in starters such as the maguro tataki (light grilled bluefin tuna) or savour the flavours of the gindara misoyaki (grilled miso black cod with lemon balm). Dessert is equally delightful with upgraded classics like matcha-flavoured panna cotta, soy pudding and Castella sponge. The three-course menu even includes chirashi and soup alongside the starter, main and dessert, ensuring a truly unforgettable dining experience.
Shikar’s cuisine is a tribute to the opulent banquets of India’s aristocracy and high society, masterfully blending traditional Indian flavours with a progressive culinary approach. This well-loved establishment is renowned for its Lunch Thali set menu, available at a reasonable $55++ per person (or $59++ per person with dessert). The vegetarian and non-vegetarian options are equally alluring, featuring classic Indian delicacies such as tandoor-roasted paneer, curd cheese kufte (meatballs), succulent black tiger prawns and savoury pot-roasted lamb. Accompanied by the soft texture of naan (flatbread) and stir-fried okra, the set menu is an unforgettable gourmet experience, leaving diners feeling like royalty themselves. Shikar is truly a destination for those seeking a refined, indulgent dining experience.
Tuck into European classics prepared with a modern spin at Tablescape – the perfect destination for a midday respite in the bustling City Hall area. Its refined three-course business set lunch ($39++; $59++ with wine pairing) showcases the chef’s “flavour-first” approach to traditional European cuisine. Take a bite of the sumptuous Egg starter, boasting a 62-degree cooked egg served with chickpeas, truffles and a brie fondue. Savour delectable mains such as pan-seared seabass, slow-cooked pork belly, or handmade gnocchi, before concluding with a sweet ending of seasonal fruits or silky panna cotta.
Experience the best of both worlds with Yan’s weekday executive set lunch in Singapore ($45++ per person), where hearty Cantonese cuisine takes centre stage. Let the flavours of the classic dim sum platter do the talking before you move on to mouth-watering mains – these include the irresistible honey-glazed kurobuta pork and roasted duck combo or the king prawn and greens nestled in stewed noodles. And if you think that’s impressive, wait until you sink your teeth into signature desserts like chilled mango cream with pomelo and sago or the chilled peach resin with osmanthus and aloe vera jelly.