Scoping Out a $15 Lunch at Singapore’s Clarke Quay

Food — By mariannerogerson on May 31, 2011 at 11:46 am

There’s no such thing as a free lunch, but there is such a thing as a very cheap lunch for the rest of the year down at Clarke Quay. Sixteen restaurants are participating in the bargain lunch deal of the year, which includes three- or four-course meals for just $15.00!

Some of the highlights include:

Bayang – Enjoy a three-course authentic Indonesian meal at this popular restaurant, with tasty dishes such as Chicken Satay, Ayam Rendang (dry curry chicken) and Bak Mee Goreng Laut (fried noodles) all on offer.

Ras the Essence of India – One of Singapore’s best Indian restaurants is offering a three-course set lunch, with a choice of starter vegetarian main and non-vegetarian main, served with dal, rice, and naan. They are also giving a 25% discount on all drinks.

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Cocoon Alfresco by Indochine – Tuck into Southeast Asian fusion dishes such as Bun Bo Xao (sweet and sour noodles with stir-fried beef) and Khmer-style Chilli and Basil Chicken served with Rice (shredded chicken prepared in a red chili and garlic sauce, served with steamed rice and fried egg).

What’s more, Clarke Quay is also offering free lunchtime parking from Mondays to Fridays (excluding public holidays), 12.00pm – 3.00pm.

What does all this mean? More money to spend in the Great Singapore Sale of course!

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