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The new S$10++ category features participants such as Fremantle Seafood Market and Hooters Singapore, with fish & chips and salmon fillet as some of the choices.
View the S$10 options
The S$15++ set lunches include McGettigan’s - a new participant - Bayang and RENNThai. At Octapas, the three-course set lunch comes with chilled tomato soup, bocadillo (a Spanish sandwich), potatoes in tomato aioli and a soft drink. Tomo Izakaya offers bento sets for S$15 nett, too.
View the S$15 options
Lunches with clients and office celebrations may call for the S$25++ lunches. Motorino, a new participant, is serving up mixed greens salads and a 12" pizza, while an entire buffet is available at Peony Jade for S$25 nett.
View the S$25 options
Diners are eligible to join a lucky draw which is on till end July. Get a Lucky Draw Stamp Card from a participating outlets and collect six stamps to take part in the Lunch Time Lucky Draw*. Fifty winners will receive S$100 worth of Clarke Quay dining vouchers.
Read the rules for the lucky draw
To make it easier for diners, there is free lunchtime parking on weekdays from 12pm to 3pm, excluding public holidays. CapitaStar members who scan their your lunch receipts at Clarke Quay will be awarded with three times the usual number of STAR$.
Located along the Singapore River, Clarke Quay sits on a historical commercial site dating back to the 19th century. Today's restored Clarke Quay consists of five waterfront godowns under a climate controlled canopy lit by coloured lighting. It has over 60 distinctive F&B, entertainment, retail and lifestyle outlets.
Here's what the Clarke Quay set lunch looked like in 2014, from our WorkSmart SG blog post.
*Information subject to change.