What’s for lunch? After checking out the 10 yummy lunches shared by our readers, have you tried out any of them?
Just in case you need more ideas on where to go when you have the munchies, here are 10 more yummy lunches! A big thank you to everyone who graciously shared your lunch photos with us.
So once again, let’s have lunch!
1. Submitted by Crystal:
LivinGreens (325 Beach Road)
Vegan Quiche with salad is wholesome, creative and delicious and I think it is wheat-, gluten- and dairy-free! It is real impressive and there is so much more on their menu waiting to be discovered.
2. Submitted by Shankar Subramanian:
Sala Thai (food court stall at a mall in Dubai)
AED32 (approximately S$12)
It was really tasty
Editor’s note: This looks exactly like the fried minced chicken with basil leaves dish at Lerk Thai restaurant in Singapore. We agree that this is a great-tasting Thai dish, one of our staples whenever we visit the restaurant.
3. Submitted by Melissa Tan:
Lee Hong Kee Roasted Meat (Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre)
Famous for its roast duck and roast chicken. Long queues!
4. Submitted by Mike Chan:
Garuda Padang (Orchard)
S$19.80++ for weekday lunch
For the buffet, they charge different prices dependent on when you go (lunch, dinner, weekday, weekend). Not much variety, but good for getting a taste.
Editor’s note: Hmm. It looks like The Rice Table still remains our favourite Indonesian buffet restaurant.
5. Submitted by Sheida Kamarudin:
Editor’s note: If you’re headed to Swensen’s, don’t forget to take advantage of their 1 for 1 Lunch Treats promotion!
6. Submitted by Shankar Subramanian:
Two Dragons Guest House (Siem Reap, Cambodia)
This is a close up of the coconut shell contents, i.e. the Amok itself. It’s a dish made of fish in coconut milk.
7. Submitted by Melissa Tan:
Secret Recipe (Forum Shopping Mall)
Thick layer of mozzarella cheese on top.
8. Submitted by Chen Yaoming:
Chinatown Complex Food Centre
9. Submitted by Siti:
Mr. Teh Tarik Cartel (Tiong Bahru Plaza)
10. Submitted by Shankar Subramanian:
A stall in Frankfurt, Germany
These are cheese pretzels, plain ones without cheese are available as well. They are fresh and hot when you buy them, they turn rock hard like rusk in a matter of seconds (or as soon as you come out of the heated shop or hall) due to the -5 cold outside.
Want more munchies?
Check out Part 1 with 10 tantalising lunch photos that you can enjoy!