5 Places in the CBD Area You Need to Visit for Lunch!

Check this list out for ideas on your next lunch hour.

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By delsar

1. Essen at The Pinnacle

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Essen is an ‘atas’ foodcourt. But despite its high class standards and amazing atmosphere, they offer affordable priced food. They have 6 stalls in total ranging from Italian cuisine to French cuisine and many others. Essen also has a wide range of craft beers and wine to choose from. Come here during your lunch or even after work to wind down a little.

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Where: 1 Cantonment Road, Unit 01-01, Singapore 080001
Operating Hours: 10.30am to 11pm daily
Contact Information: 6727 6066

2. Cha Thai

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This Thai food stall is unlike any other. They pride themselves in serving Thai food even more authentic than in Thailand. Using only high quality and the freshest ingredients, Cha Thai serves their customers Thai food you can’t find elsewhere in Singapore. Also try their famous charcoal toast with Thai Milk Tea or Pandan dipping sauce.

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Where: 80 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 048466 (Far East Square)
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday – 11am to 10pm. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6636 3696

3. Aussie Roll

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Probably the cheapest alternative for lunch in the CBD area. Aussie roll serves their sushi rolls starting only from $2.60! The wide range of flavours to choose from is another reason why office workers love their rolls. Healthy, delicious and cheap! A great choice if you’re looking for a budget meal.

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Where: 30 Raffles Place, #B1-05, Chevron House, Singapore 048622
Operating Hours: Monday to Friday – 8am to 7pm. Closed on weekends and PH.
Contact Information: 6746 3077

4. Aloha Poké

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Poké bowls have increased its popularity ever since it was first introduced in Singapore. This wholesome bowl of salad is served at Aloha Poké uses only the freshest ingredients. They serve two kinds of poké, tuna and salmon where you can choose from 4 different flavours: Original, Wasabi Mayo, Spicy and Seasonal. Wholesome, yummy and super filling!

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Where: 92 Amoy St, Singapore 069911
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday – 11.30am to 2pm, 5.30pm to 11pm. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6221 6165

5. NEATO

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If you are looking for a snack to munch while working, head down to NEATO. They serve custard puffs that are just incredibly delicious. Choose from over 5 flavours! The crust on the puffs were thin, crispy and fragrant while the fillings were all so light and creamy. Do try out their other pastries while you are at it. They offer hot meals as well, so if you would love a meal and dessert combination for lunch, be sure to check out NEATO!

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Where: 10 North Canal Road, Singapore 048823
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday – 9am to 7pm. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 9188 0002 / 9848 5445