Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Lunch restaurants in Singapore and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Ristorante Da Valentino thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat Flutes at the Fort, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Lunch.

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Brewerkz is an American-style brewpub, making its own microbrews right on the premises since 1997. The vast interior has a trendy industrial feel with super high ceilings and exposed pipes and beams, warmed by an abundance of dark wood. The...  Read More

Gordon Grill

The venerable Gordon Grill opened in 1963, and aside from a few upgrades in the décor, not much has changed. In this case, that's a good thing. The Goodwood Park Hotel's classy dining room is perfect for special occasions, and the knowledgeable...  Read More

Harbour Grill and Oyster Bar

With its soothing color palette of natural tones and oh-so-tasteful potted plants, you may not notice Harbor Grill's nautical décor at first. But the elegant setting does indeed include a number of seafaring elements – think antiqued ocean...  Read More

Mezza 9 is a buffet-style restaurant at Grand Hyatt Singapore, featuring Asian and Western cuisine. This trendy, contemporary restaurant was designed by internationally acclaimed designer, Super Potato, from Japan. As its name suggests, the...  Read More

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Blue Ginger

Peranakan cuisine is also called Straits Chinese or nyonya. Whatever you call it, it's a cross between Chinese (especially Hokkien) and Malaysian food, and considered to be homestyle comfort food like grandma used to make. This is Blue Ginger's...  Read More

Perched at the top of the Pan Pacific Hotel, Hai Tien Lo dishes up high quality fine-dining Cantonese cuisine. External elevators whisk you up to the 37th floor where the restaurant enjoys stunning views over Singapore's cityscape, The...  Read More

For several years now, Hua Ting has been earning awards for its Chinese cuisine. Chef Chan Kwok turns out fabulous dim sum for lunch, and strikes a careful balance between tradition and innovation with his a la carte menu. Soups, such as the...  Read More

Lei Garden

It's a bit on the crowded and loud side, but Lei Garden has simply fantastic food. It's in the hip Chijmes complex, an attractive former convent, church and school, with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto the courtyard. Double boiled...  Read More

Li Bai

Li Bai is named for a Tang dynasty poet, and you might say the dining room is lyrically decorated – it's certainly attractive, with thoughtful attention to color and texture, even to the tableware. Traditional Cantonese cooking, with a few...  Read More

Tung Lok is part of a much-respected Asian chain of restaurants headed up by well-known restaurateur Andrew Tijoe. This particular branch offers fine Cantonese cooking in a casually upscale setting. Fresh seafood is at the forefront – try the...  Read More

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