Where to Eat in Singapore this Valentine's Day

Over 30 dining deals for couples in love.

By I-S staff | Feb 02, 2012

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For some fuss-free Italian, take advantage of the Al Dente Trattoria set deal, which is $68++ for reservations made between 6-8pm and $88++ for the second seating on Valentine's Day only. 

The people behind Les Amis present a six-course menu at Au Jardin that includes pan-seared quail and oven-roasted veal rack especially for Valentine's Day. $200++ per person.


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The alfresco area at Barossa is perfect for enjoying the breezy Esplanade courtyard and they've got a $58++ deal for one set meal on Valentine's Day too.

We recommend the posh yet cozy dining space Brasserie Wolf for its five-course Valentine's Day set menu that promises grilled foie gras for $170++ per couple.

Quite unmissable is Breeze's Platter for Two ($98++ per person), a dinner menu that includes an oyster platter, mixed seafood salad, a scrumptious-sounding mixed platter with rack of lamb and salmon skewers, as well as a white choc mousse cake—yum-my. 

Dine in at the lovely (and dog-friendly) Casa Verde with a three-course set for $70 nett per person only on Feburary 14.

The Courtyard is offering a delectable Valentine's Chocolate Buffet ($42 per person) on the evening of February 14, featuring exquisite love-inspired creations like a pink chocolate fountain, dark chocolate rose mousse cake and heart-shaped pralines. Also notable is their bespoke hot chocolate, made a la minute. There's also an afternoon tea set option here, where you can find anything from heart-shaped vanilla and raisin scones to duck rillettes and blueberry crouton. Available for $46 per person from February 11-14.


The happy hour at District 10 is great, but if you're spending V-Day here, check out their special menu (available February 11-14) with the Mediterranean Seafood Salad, Braised Wagyu Beef Cheek or Grilled Salmon Steak ($58++). Includes a glass of Veuve Cliquot Rose.

This exquisite six-course set at Fat Cow specially created for Valentine's Day includes an impressive lil' something: Wagyu tasting. $388++ for two.

Specially for Valentine's Day, the Fremantle Seafood Market is offering a special set meal for $68++ (6.30-8.30pm) and $88++ (9pm).

One of Singapore's best fine dining restaurants Garibaldi, is offering a customized six-course dinner set that includes caviar for $138++. Only available on Valentine's Day.


Go all the way with a seven-course modern European tasting set menu for $388 per couple at Gordon Grill. Includes a demi bottle of champagne and only available on February 14.

Only on February 14, Graze at Martin No. 38 is offering a four-course set ($100 per person) that includes a complimentary glass of Prosecco. Add $50 for additional wine pairing. 

It's a little offbeat but maybe that's why we're attracted to the seafood-centric buffet dinner option at Greenhouse. Available only on February 14 at $109 per person.

Dine in the garden at Halia, with its four-course dinner set from $300 nett per couple, which includes noteworthy wine pairings from Brown Brothers. Only on February 14.

For $98++ per pax, enjoy an exclusive Valentine's Day dinner at Hot Stones, which has a great range of flavored meats for your cooking (and eating) pleasure.

$660++ per couple may sound a little steep but we suspect the nine-course degustation dinner (comes with a glass of Dom Perignon each) at JAAN will be worth it.


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Indulge in an oriental five-course set ($88 per person) that includes Pearl Lobster at Jing, one of Loh Lik Peng's many ventures.

Experience the good food (and good service) at modern European restaurant Keystone, which has a five-course menu (with special cocktail included) priced at $138++ per person exclusively for Valentine's Day.

Enjoy some Japanese fusion at Kinki Restaurant + Bar withs its $148++ dinner set meal that includes a complimentary glass of Moet & Chandon. Only for February 14.

The Knolls at Capella Singapore is going for $298++ per couple ($698++ with wine pairing per course) and includes king prawns with Mediterreanean rice as well as wagyu beef cheek.

From February 10-19, tuck into a delightful meal of tempura style Sydney rock oysters, roast black cod loin and slow cooked duck leg at Ku De Ta for $148++ per person.

Oysters, Champagne and Iranian caviar for dinner ($328 per person for a six-course menu) at Les Amis maketh a lovely Valentine's Day date.

From 6.30pm, get caught up in a lovely Italian romance with The Lighthouse's five-course dinner set menu ($198 per person) with items like Rossini Cocktail, baked scallops, crispy baby chicken and an Orange Blossom Tiramisu.

Talk about love and all that jazz at Lobby Lounge over your five-course dinner set complete with a glass of Veuve Clicquot Yellow label champagne. $188++ per couple only available on February 14.

Enjoy five delish courses with a bottle of German wine (for two) at Magma German Wine Bar & Bistro. Menu includes prawn cocktail with fruit, double boiled chicken broth (with heart-shaped tomato dumplings—nice) and grain-fed beef tenderloin. $69++ per person.

Celebrate love with a six-course menu at Majestic Restaurant, which includes braised whole abalone at $199 per couple. Only for Valentine's Day.


The four-course set at Mezza9 at Grand Hyatt is accompanied by two glasses of Perrier-Jouët Champagne and a nine-piece praline gift box for $211++ per couple on February 14 only.

Mikuni's got a 10-course rose-inspired set menu creation you may want to check out from February 11-14. $150++ per person.

$78++ per person for items like tian of salmon and scallops tartare served with avocado mousse, duck confit cake, lobster bisque, cod fillet and char-grilled beef medallion is a serious steal. Available at Our Korner from February 7-14.

Seat yourself by 7pm and you can enjoy a six-course set for $118 at Prive. Regular price is $138++ per person. Available only on February 14.


A firm stalwart among Singapore's Italian restaurants, Ristorante Bologna is a sweet option for Valentine's Day, with its seven-course set dinner menu from February 11-14. $128++ per person with a glass of Prosecco with strawberry.

Opt for a five-course set ($188) with a glass of champagne or wine included for Valentine's Day only at Shenton Room at M Hotel.

At $108++ per couple, you can enjoy pan fried scallops, cheesy baked green mussels, chocolate mousse, Champagne and even roses at Shiraz.

If you don't fancy having to hunt for a restaurant no matter how good the food is, The Steakhouse just by the Clarke Quay taxi stand is a safe bet. Its V-Day set meal costs $58++.


For $128++ per couple on February 14, partake in a three-course set amidst the  lush and tranquil setting of Pantry at the Stables.

Spice up your Valentine's Day at Patara Fine Thai Cuisine with its $98++ menu exclusive to February 14.

We recommend the alfresco seating for tucking into Pierside's three-course Valentine's set menu ($288++ per couple), which comes with a refreshing gin & guava cocktail. Only available on February 14.

Probably one of the cheapest deals, the Valentine's Day menu ($49.90++ per pax) at Al Dente Pronto is worth checking out.

At the Singapore Flyer, you can have a four-course dinner for two for $299 from February 10-12, and $339 from February 13-14, with sittings at 7pm and 8.30pm. Each meal lasts an hour.

There's a handful of great vegetarian options at Skyve Bar & Bistro, which is offering a customized five-course set for $80++ per person (with additional wine supplement for $20++) only for Valentine's Day.

Spices Café is offering a buffet dinner with a complimentary glass of wine from February 11-14 for $65++ per person. They're known for their yu sheng, which has a vibrant Singaporean twist.

If the Swissotel The Stamford's Helipad Soiree ($9,999++) doesn't impress, we don't know what will. This exclusive 12-course set dinner with two bottles of Dom Perignon Champagne includes a night at the Executive Club Room and limo transfers. Swanky.

If the sea breeze does something to you, Tanjong Beach Club is the way to go with their seafood-heavy, four-course dinner only for Valentine's Day. $108 per person.

For a taste of great meats and Singapore's unique colonial history, dine at the Tongkang Colonial Bar & Restaurant, whose V-Day deal $88++ per pax.


The White Rabbit
is perfect for charming your date, with its old world vibe and gender-differentiated five-course set menu. Only available on February 14 for $108++ per person.

Another great steal is the gourmet semi-buffet dinner at Town Restaurant by the Singapore River, which includes oysters and sashimi, as well as mouth-watering desserts like red velvet cupcakes. $78 per person with complimentary glass of Kir Royal or Strawberry Rossini.

Even if you're not an NUS alumni, you can enjoy the five-course set deal at The University Club for $98++ per person from February 10-14.

If you want quiet, lush surroundings to romance your date in, the Vineyard @ HortPark has a special $88++ (per person) deal from February 10-13 and a $188++ one on Valentine's Day.

And if you think having a limited menu to pick from will just complicate things, here are some restaurants with great ala carte options that are just as romantic:
 

Probably one of our favorite Spanish eateries is Don Quijote, whose Paella Especial made it to our 50 Things to Eat Before You Die list in 2010.

If you prefer your meal less spiffy, make a date with the wood-fired pizzas at Modesto's, which we like for its charmingly unpretentious ambiance.

We gave NUOC at Orchard Central four stars in our latest review and it's no wonder—this place has got a stunning view and features stewed clams, also one of I-S Magazine's 50 Things to Eat Before You Die.

For other things to do, check out Singapore's best staycation dealsevents for Valentine's Day.

 

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