Club Street Social Launches New Set Lunch Menu

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Because Everyday Should Be A Friday: Club Street Social Introduces New Set Lunch Menu

Fresh new menu unveiled for casual corporate lunches

July 2017, Club Street Social has become renowned as the go-to social dining destination. This month, the much-loved restaurant-bar, helmed by Chef David Philpot whose repertoire includes Le Caprice and The Ivy in London and Soho House in New York, revamps its menu to include a set lunch showcasing a vibrant mix of entrées and well-priced wine to match.

Conveniently located along Gemmill Lane, Club Street Social is a stone’s throw away from the central business district, making it the perfect respite for a mid-day break away from bustling crowds. The restaurant boasts a range of small tables for one-on-one meetings as well as larger booths for team meetings or group lunches. Conducive to both corporate and casual long lunches, diners can opt to include reasonably priced wine by the glass, starting from just $11 a glass, or Club Street Social’s creative cocktails to ignite engaging conversations over their meal.

The all-new menu showcases Chef David’s global experience and comes inclusive of top quality locally roasted coffee or tea.  David Philpot is the newest addition to favoured dining destination Club Street Social –tucked away in its sophisticated sister Gemmill Lane. Prior to relocating to Singapore, he was the Head Chef at Paternoster Chop House in London where he brought his creativity to its menus in a matter of a few months of being there.

David Philpot’s interest in food began at an early age cooking with his mother as a child, making cakes and sweets and growing their own fruit and vegetables. This interest continued whilst a school when he took on a part-time job at a butcher shop. The skills he learnt there formed his commitment to sourcing the best possible local produce and making use of the whole animal, which portrays in the new all-day menu he has designed as Head Chef at Club Street Social. As an advocate of ‘nose to tail’ cooking, David dedicates time to nurture younger members of his team the butchery skills and approach necessary to make the best use of the whole animal.

Training under Chef Pierre Koffmann, one of the few chefs to have been awarded the coveted three Michelin stars, played a huge part in influencing David’s cooking style. He was also previously Head Chef at Soho House in New York, and Senior Chef at renowned London eateries Le Caprice and The Ivy.

One of his favourite places in London is Borough Market, where he loves nothing more than to sample the great produce and be inspired by the quality, yet simplicity of good, honestfood. When not in the kitchen, David is an avid biker, owning Harley Davidson’s and riding at every opportunity.

About Club Street Social

Club Street Social opened in January 2012 on the then-quaint Gemmill Lane. Since then, it has provided the perfect all-day venue for weekday coffee meetings, business lunches, afternoon tipples and sexy dinner dates with the restaurant-bar’s European-inspired all-day menu featuring fresh, flavour-driven food and a carefully curated selection of spirits, wine and beers.

Open daily:

Monday – Friday10am – 12am (last order for food 10:30pm)

Saturday11am – 12am (last order for 10:30pm)

Sunday11am – 4pm (last order 4pm)

For more information, please visit www.clubstreetsocial.com.

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