A quick guide to what's available at Millenia Walk

You’ve finished replying to the seemingly endless emails, done the report, and now your tummy is growling. What’s for lunch? Here’s a quick guide to what’s available at Millenia Walk, all conveniently categorised into different budgets so your lunch break won’t break your pocket. Bon appetit!
Quick Bites
 
$5.00 & Below
No time for a proper break? No problem. Check out these easy grab and go selections under $5. They’ll do just fine to tide you over till dinnertime.
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    Local Delights

    Coffee & Toast

    Sometimes, all you need is a bit of comfort food. Coffee & Toast offers some familiar favourites on the menu that will surely hit the spot, and are economical too! Try their Kaya Toast Set ($4.30) for a satisfying meal.
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    Something Sweet

    Pullman Bakery

    Too full for a complete meal but still feeling a bit peckish? Check out the pastry selections at Pullman Bakery. Top-sellers include the Hokkaido Curry Bread ($2.50), with sweet Japanese curry oozing out of the crispy bun, and the Almond Croissant ($2.10), which is a delicate delight waiting to be enjoyed.
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    Teriyaki Veri-yummy!

    MOS Burger

    This one’s been around for about a decade, but it’s still a crowd favourite. MOS Burger’s Teriyaki Chicken Burger ($3.55) features a generous portion of chicken breast that’s cooked to moist perfection, then glazed in a thick layer of sweet and tangy teriyaki sauce, and served in a soft bun along with fresh crispy lettuce and crunchy onions. As healthy as it’s delicious this classic will definitely hit the spot.
Lean & Mean
 
$15.00 & Below
For something not too heavy and not too light, go for something that’s just right! At under $15, you have loads to choose from in the sweet spot between great value and great quality. From salads to sandwiches, here are some delicious options!
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    As Healthy As Ever

    Subway

    There are sandwiches, and then there are Subway sandwiches. Made fresh on the spot, with healthy and nutritious ingredients, you can now opt for their lunchboxes. Each lunchbox comes with one 6” Sub, a bottled drink, 2 cookies OR regular chips and the necessary condiments. Hot favourites include the Classic Tuna, which mixes tuna flakes and mayo perfectly, and the Cold Cut Trio, which contains sliced turkey bologna, turkey ham and turkey salami (both at $9.50).

    Subway lunch boxes are only available for catering. Click here for more details.
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    Savour The Savoury

    Tart Blanc

    Did you know that Tart Blanc has an entire lunch menu apart from their delicious tarts? For just $13.50, you get to choose a base (white bread, wholewheat bread, pita, tortilla, or salad), a filling (choose from various meats or vegetarian options), and salad dressing (spicy aromatic Asian, lemon vinaigrette, sweet balsamic vinaigrette, or creamy mustard), served with roasted potatoes and salad. Each set meal comes with a drink and a soup, and is available from 11am to 3pm.
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    Gourmet Today? Okay!

    Patisserie G

    Sandwiches are a quick and easy meal. To have yours with a bit of pizzazz, head to Patisserie G. Their Gourmet Ciabatta Sandwich Marmalade Chicken ($11.00) is a mouthful, but what a delicious mouthful! Tender roast chicken, paired with red onion, mayo and tangy marmalade sit on a bed of moist ciabatta. For lunch, get the Lunch Sandwich set, comprising any Ciabatta Sandwich plus Coffee or Tea to enjoy $1.50 off. Valid from 11.30am to 2.30pm only.
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    It’s Easy To Be Green

    The Green Bar

    As far as salad restaurants go, The Green Bar probably has some of the more creative offerings. One of their top-sellers is the Smoked Duck Surprise ($11.90), featuring aromatic smoked duck on fresh greens, and topped with roasted pumpkin and fresh rosemary. What’s the surprise? Bits of zesty orange to bring all the flavours to life.
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    Real Men Eat Quiche

    Joe & Dough

    Especially if that quiche is from Joe & Dough. Known for their honest food made from natural ingredients, you’ll enjoy every bite, washed down with their signature coffee. For a sure bet, check out their Smoked Salmon & Asparagus Quiche ($5.40 per slice), with a cup of Signature d.r. Joe 1914 (from $5.40).
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    Good Afternoon, Vietnam!

    Madam Saigon

    This is authentic Vietnamese cuisine at affordable prices. For lunch, Madam Saigon offers a selection of Premium Bentos ($12.90), featuring Premium Grade Prawns in your choice of three styles: tamarind sauce, lemongrass, or the special MS sauce. Each bento is served with their signature Mango Salad, Crispy Net Prawn Spring Roll, and steamed rice or vermicelli.
Power
 
$20.00 & Below
What to do on your cheat day? Why not pamper yourself with something a little more extravagant. It’s a little bit on the higher side, but if you can round up the gang, and everyone chips in, it’ll be so worth it.
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    Healthy, nutritious, and yummy!

    Teppei Syokudo

    Imagine a bowl of warm steamed rice, topped with an overflowing serving of seasoned sashimi. That’s what you get with Teppei Syukudo’s barachirashi (Kaisen Don) for just $16! Delicious and great value for your money too!
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    A Slice Of The Good Life

    Marco Marco

    Boasting high quality Italian fare with a global flavour, Marco Marco offers a great lunchtime promotion for the busy executive who wants something different. First on the list here is the San Francisco ($16), a 10-inch thin-crust masterpiece generously topped with capsicum, onions, tomatoes, olives and rocket. More than enough as a meal for two. Add $3.00 to complete your meal with a choice of 1 side, 1 dessert and an iced tea.

    Marco Marco will be closed for renovation till mid March 2016.
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    Grab A Korean Quickie

    House of Gimbap

    Fancy some Korean but don’t have much time? Make your way to House of Gimbap. With their selection of quick-serve rice rolls with your choice of toppings, you’ll get your K-Fix easily. Choose from Beef Bulgogi Gimbap, Spicy Pork Gimbap, or Dry Anchovy & Nut Gimbap ($15 - $18). You can top up $3.50, $4.50 or $5.50 for a soup and a drink, with their special Multigrain Latte, which is a must-try!
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    Amen for Ramen!

    Uma Uma

    Packed chockfull of garnishes and ingredients, Uma Uma’s Bushi Tonkotsu Ramen ($16) is a bowl of heavenly flavours and textures. The broth is light, but substantial; the ramen is cooked just right; and the combination of toppings – bonito flakes, chashu, white onions, bamboo shoots, onsen egg, lime and red ginger – make this a truly yummy experience.
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    Delicious To The Bone

    Chabuton

    If you’re the kind of person who gulps down every drop of your ramen broth, you’ll love Chabuton’s Char Siew Ramen ($16.40). The pork bone soup is so rich and creamy, you can taste the collagen goodness in every mouthful. Paired with fresh ramen, and topped with extra char siew, bamboo shoots and Japanese leeks, it’s actually a pretty nutritious meal too!
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    Love Me Tender

    Saboten

    There’s a lot to be said for the Japanese style of curry. And Saboten’s version is as close to perfection as you can get. For a dose of this fusion of ambrosial flavours, try their Tenderloin Katsu Curry Gozen ($20), consisting of pork medallions that are crispy golden on the outside and moist on the inside, sitting on a bed of fluffy white rice and a generous dollop of curry sauce.
Top Dog
 
$35.00 & Above
When keeping to a budget is the last thing on your hungry stomach’s mind, go all out to pleasure your palate. Here’s just the thing to let you lunch like a boss!
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    Lunchtime Indulgence

    Sushi Murasaki

    If you can stretch your lunch hour a bit longer, why not treat yourself to Sushi Murasaki’s Ultimate Beef Bowl? Sure, at $85 a go, it’s a bit on the high end, but it comes with 2 kinds of uni (sea urchin), ikura (roe), kagoshima beef, shaved black truffle, onsen egg, kombu, and foie gras! All the flavours come together perfectly for a truly decadent meal.

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    A Bit of Everything

    Tomi Sushi

    On those days when you feel a bit more indulgent, check out Tomi Sushi’s Osusume Lunch Set ($45). You get a selection of great quality items in your set, like chawanmushi, miso soup, mixed tempura and a platter of sushi that generously includes the likes of ikura and maguro otoro. Excellent value for your money!
Drinks
 
After your well-deserved lunch break, settle into the afternoon with a relaxing beverage that will also give you just the right amount of perk.
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    Just Drinks

    Check out Koi’s Ai-Yu Iced Tea ($5.60 for a large order) for something refreshing, or Starbuck’s Espresso Frappucino Blended Coffee ($7.60 for Venti) for a stronger pick-me-up, a Chai Latte from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf ($6.20) for something a bit more exotic, or grab one of Commune Café’s Gibraltar Lattes ($4.50) for a hip sip.

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