Take your pick of the best romantic restaurants in Singapore to hold your V-day dinner date at.
For us foodies, celebrating Valentine’s Day in Singapore means one thing: enjoying a fine meal at a romantic restaurant. And with so many eateries offering a special couple menu on 14 February, diners are now treated to a slew of options that go beyond the usual spaghetti and steak dinner. So whether you’re looking for an affordable three-course set, or a unique meal to impress your other half, our list of 10 suggestions have got you covered.
Nassim Hill’s tantalising three-course TLC set dinner ($88 per couple) for two promises to satisfy. The menu features the restaurant’s newly launched items including a tender pork chop served with caramelised carrots, as well as a robust meat ragu pappardelle cooked in oxtail, pork shoulder, minced beef cook and red wine. For dessert, indulge in a creamy vanilla panna cotta with toasted coconut, fresh berries and crumble. Available throughout the whole of February, the value-for-money set comes with two complimentary glasses of wine to further celebrate the occasion. #01-03 Tanglin Post Office, 56 Tanglin Road. Tel: 6835 1128
From 10 to 14 February, beachfront restaurant Sand Bar will be dishing out a scrumptious platter for two ($52 nett) that will please meat lovers. Sink your teeth into a galore of grilled goodies including marinated pork ribs, flat iron steak, sausage, T-bone lamb chops and slow-roasted quarter chicken. To celebrate the night further, lovebirds will receive a pair of of bubbly Martini Prosecco. 52 Siloso Beach Walk. Tel: 6631 8938
Spruce invites you to a night of romance on 13 and 14 Feb with their three-course menu featuring a smoked duck salad for starters, duck ravioli bolognese or striploin steak for mains, and a toothsome banana filo pastry for dessert. At $138 per couple with two complimentary glasses of Prosecco, this is certainly one of the more affordable sets in town. #01-01, 260 Upper Bukit Timah Road. Tel: 6466 5582
Birds of a Feather
Spend Valentine’s at Birds of a Feather and enjoy a contemporary Sichuan dinner comprising of sour, sweet, bitter and spicy flavours. Priced at $199 for two, which includes a pair of sparkling wines, the four-course set will showcase unique dishes like pan-seared foie gras with glutinous rice cake, peanut crumb pickled shimeji and Advocaat yuzu gel; hong shao beef short ribs with Japanese rice, and charcoal-grilled barramundi with mentaiko. 115 Amoy Street. Tel: 6221 7449
Latteria Mozzarella Bar
Reservations are to be made fast if you wish to spend your special night at Latteria Mozzarella Bar. The swish Italian restaurant is famous for their hearty dishes as well as the gorgeous al fresco out back. On Valentine’s Day, look forward to a four-course menu ($78/$108 wine pairing) featuring cheeses and homemade red ravioli to begin. Deciding on which main to get is a toughie with mouth-watering choices like pan-fried salmon with Avruga caviar, slow-cooked lamb shank, and Angus beef tenderloin and foie gras. 40 Duxton Hill. Tel: 6866 1988
From 11 to 14 Feb, treat your partner to a scrummy Italian feast at Jamie’s Italian. The three-course Valentine’s Day menu ($188 per couple), which comes complete with a welcome glass of Prosecco or non-alcoholic Berry Blast and a digestif, consists of the signature Antipasti Plank boasting cold cuts, cheeses, chargrilled vegetables and roast pumpkin crostini. Then, share a succulent serving of tenderloin. Weighing in at 450g, the generous slab is chargrilled to perfection and served with mustard root vegetable slaw, Béarnaise sauce and funky chips loaded with rosemary and garlic. Not much a beef fan? Fret not. The restaurant will be offering individual main courses as well, like yellow fin tuna steak and potato & black truffle ravioli. Concluding the night is a sharing dessert plank of Italian chocolate and Amaretto Torte, passionfruit tart, and strawberry rippled shortcake. Available at all Jamie’s Italian outlets including #01-165-167 VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk. Tel: 6733 5500
Enjoy authentic Bavarian grub at Brez’n with your beer-loving other half, as they present a selection of their signature dishes in a hearty three-course set ($78 per couple) to share. First up is a serving of warm, heart-shaped pretzel that’s freshly baked upon order, followed by their delicious crispy pork knuckle with sauerkraut and roasted potatoes. Molten chocolate lava cake is served last to end the night on a sweet note. The best part of this affordable dining package is the complementary pair of 500ml Hacker-Pschorr Lager (to be ordered by 6 Feb) donning personalised beer labels. #01-21/22/23 Valley Point, 491 River Valley Road. Tel: 6235 1613
Gallery & Co
Have a romantic date night with your beau with Cafe Melba’s sharing menu ($100 per couple). The delectable set comes with choice of soup or shrimp and Avocado salad to start, followed by a 400g Grilled Striploin or 400g pan-fried salmon with chardonnay hollandaise to share. Chocolate Lava Cake with cherry gelato and fresh berries or a deconstructed lemon tart is yours to share to wrap up the romantic date. Available from 10-14 Feb, 12pm-9pm at all outlets including 01-56, Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road. Tel: 6440 6068
Merchants Wine Cellar & Store
And finally, if you’re both vino lovers, why not uncork your creativity together? Merchants Wine Cellar is hosting a Valentine’s Day edition of Sip & Paint ($58 each), maximum of 30 people. With a glass of wine in one hand and a paintbrush in the other, who knows what masterpiece might be unfurled? Book online. 14 Feb. 443 Joo Chiat Road. Tel: 6440 0892