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Grab Lunch At CQ @ Clarke Quay And Enjoy $5 eVouchers, Free Parking And More Deals

4th July 2024

CQ @ Clarke Quay has lunch deals till December 2024 

Update: Ippudo is no longer part of the lunch deal promotion at Clarke Quay.

We know grabbing lunch in the CBD can be a pain. Nobody wants to spend half their lunch hour stuck in a queue, so if you find yourself in that predicament in the CBD, let us nudge you toward CQ @ Clarke Quay

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CQ @ Clarke Quay has over 30 dining options across a wide range of cuisines, all options you can enjoy for lunch, often accompanied by serene waterfront views. They’re also currently running a promotion, titled Lunch By The Quay, where diners can receive a $5 eCapitaVoucher when they spend a minimum of $40 in a single receipt, before 3pm. 

Given that CQ @ Clarke Quay is just a short walk from Raffles Place, and very near Clarke Quay and Fort Canning MRT Station, it’s an excellent pick for your next lunch break with your office besties. As a bonus, you get to enjoy the scenic walk to the quay, flanked by the Singapore River. But if you have to drive, don’t sweat it! Drivers get their first two hours of parking free between 8am to 5:59pm. Terms and conditions apply

With so many dining options at CQ @ Clarke Quay, we understand that picking one for your next lunch break can be a challenge, so here are some highlights.

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Grand Konak Turkish & Lebanese Cuisine (Block D, #01-05) is a great pick if you’re dining in a larger group. The restaurant is all about authentic Turkish and Lebanese cuisine, which means the menu is full of mezze, mains, and platters that are best enjoyed when shared.

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The Lamb Mandi Platter ($64.50++) is a must-try. This feeds two, and comes with a spiced lamb rack that’s cooked in a legit tandoor oven. Tender, perfumed with spices, and not gamey at all, this dish is one of the restaurant’s signature dishes for a reason! If you’re dining solo, or don’t feel like tackling a platter for lunch, they also have lunch sets featuring doner kebabs, shawarma and more from just $22++!

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Home Dawn (Block A, #02-03) is another one to check out for lunch. The dual-concept eatery is a cafe by day and a live music bar by night, with views of the Singapore River to boot! If you’re there at lunchtime, expect a menu of brunch dishes, dessert, and over 24 different all-day mains, many of which are made with an interesting fusion twist. 

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We’re all for normalising having sweets for lunch, so if you’re in the same camp, definitely try Home’s Pain Perdu ($16++), a beautiful, custardy slab of French toast drizzled with maple syrup, topped with a medley of fresh fruits and edible flowers. 

For savouries, we’re big fans of the Gochujang Ayam Nasi Lemak ($22++), where you get a delicious gochujang-marinated and oven-baked chicken leg served with fragrant coconut rice and all the usual trimmings you get with nasi lemak, including spicy sambal. 

Finish your meal with any of the cafe’s freshly brewed coffees, pastries, and cakes!

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Ramen is always an excellent choice, no matter the time of day. At CQ @ Clarke Quay, satisfy your ramen cravings by heading over to IPPUDO (Block C, #01-07). The world-famous ramen joint needs little explanation—they’re renowned for their Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen, starring a super umami pork bone broth. 

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The Shiromaru Motoaji ($15++) is a crowd favourite, as you get that hearty ramen broth, QQ ramen noodles, and tender pork loin. Aside from ramen, IPPUDO also has a range of Japanese mains and sides, if your lunch buddies don’t feel like having ramen that day.

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Adding to CQ @ Clarke Quay’s line-up of international restaurants is Nana Thai Royale (Block 3A, #01-06). Known for offering regional Thai dishes, this isn’t the restaurant where you’ll find run-of-the-mill pad thai and tom yum, though they do offer excellent renditions of these two dishes. 

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Instead, look forward to delights such as the Claypot Prawn Glass Noodles ($32++), where smoky vermicelli noodles meet huge prawns, or their Railway Fried Rice ($12.20++), a seafood fried rice dish commonly sold along Thai railways. 

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POCHA! Korean Street Dining (Block A, #01-05) is another great option if you’re craving Korean food thanks to the latest K-drama on your rotation. You get all the vibes of a pojangmacha, AKA Korean street food cart, at this restaurant, along with a menu of authentic Korean dishes, from street snacks to more substantial sharing mains. 

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We love that they sell Ganjang Gejang for only $15.90++ here, so you can have your own solo portion of raw Korean marinated crabs. Otherwise, come over for lunch, and enjoy Set Lunch options from just $13.90++! You get mains such as Pork Sundubu Jjigae Set and Chapgetti, as well as free-flow kimchi, and your choice of a canned drink.

Here’s hoping we’ve inspired your next lunchtime pick! Remember to save those receipts from your lunch dates and claim them on the CapitaStar app, so you get your $5 eCapitaVoucher to use during your next lunchtime.

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