2016

July 2016

Posted by Anton Murray Consulting on . Posted in 2016

5 Spots for a Business Lunch in Singapore:

Business lunches and dinners often require consideration and precision depending on who you’re dining with, what you’re hoping to achieve from the catch-up, and how much you’re looking to spend.

Here’s our pick of five fantastic spots in Singapore to wine and dine a client, celebrate a corporate milestone, or simply have a nice lunch out with a colleague or friend.

Sky on 57 is located 57 storeys above the impressive Marina Bay Sands. This sky-high restaurant has breathtaking views of the city, port and Marina Bay, and right across the ocean to Malaysia. Celebrity chef Justin Quek has developed an innovative menu fusing traditional Asian flavours with classical French style. Inhale the 360-degree views of Singapore while enjoying a cocktail, before trying some of Quek’s signature dishes such as the fresh mushroom cappuccino, slow-cooked pigeon breast or Wagyu beef noodles.

The Study takes inspiration from classic British comfort food and is a nice, modest restaurant to meet colleagues or clients for an informal lunch. Located on busy Keong Saik Road, The Study is open every day of the working week, and offers variations on classic dishes such as fish and chips and bangers and mash, as well as a smoked Wagyu beef burger and Seabass with truffle-mashed potato. The set lunch specials are great value or, if you prefer, do a deal at brunch with a cocktail and their Big English Breakfast.

Sometimes it’s hard to resist an authentic Italian meal, and that’s exactly what you’ll get at award-winning Senso Ristorante and Bar. Located in an old convent on Club Street, this is the place to head to if a sophisticated dinner is more the style of you or your client. Have a drink at the bar before enjoying your meal in this charming, colonial-style building.

The Black Swan on Cecil Street is a semi-casual place to take your clients, and a very popular business lunch venue. In a lovely art-deco setting, in one of the few remaining low-rise buildings downtown, The Black Swan is usually fully booked for lunch from Tuesday through to Friday, and is in a great central location just around the corner from Raffles Quay. A good, affordable lunch option too if you go for the set menu.

Luke’s is an iconic business lunch and dinner venue off Club Street on Gemmill Lane. Luke’s is renowned for serving Singapore’s best oysters, and has an exceptional range of steaks imported mostly from the US and Australia. This is a great spot to take clients for high-end steak and red wine, although expect your Amex to take a beating. A good option for a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday night client dinner, before beers on Club Street.

 

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