10 interesting new hotels and restaurants in Singapore for wedding buffets and lunches
Restaurant of the Year 2016
From its lush, tranquil surroundings to its colonial two-storey bungalow, the Corner House offers a sense of sophistication, grace and style, which is great for romantic and intimate weddings. The establishment offers extraordinary contemporary cuisine created by Chef Jason Tan, as well as a wide selection of premium wines.
The stylish modern French restaurant, located at the National Gallery Singapore, offers a charming, intimate setting for cosy celebrations. Named for its founder Chef Julien Royer’s grandmother, the place exudes sheer romance with its subtle blush walls, grey chairs, and crisp white linen.
National Kitchen by Violet Oon
Best New Restaurant (Non-Western)
Singapore culinary doyenne Violet Oon’s new space boasts glamorous opulent surroundings (just see our fashion spread in Female Brides Issue 12!), as well as mouthwatering Peranakan cuisine served with panache. A definite crowd-pleaser for guests of all ages.
Best Business Lunch (Western)
Not into fuss and frills? This smart, sleek establishment offers a luxurious experience with polished but warm service. Located in the heart of the Central Business District, the place is open only from Mondays to Saturdays, and is closed on Sundays.
It’s all in the details with this beautiful restaurant – from its rich teak panels, porcelain vases to its striking antique doorway. Another highlight: its Cantonese menu made modern with signatures such as Crispy wasabi-aioli prawns and Oven-baked honey marinated cod.
The contemporary French fine dining restaurant offers several wedding venues for celebrations from 14 to 70 guests. Its main dining hall seats 60, while there are three private rooms on its mezzanine level that can be combined to form one long space for up to 36 diners.
Hashida Sushi Singapore
Best Dinner Experience (Non-Western)
Treat your wedding party to a captivating omakase experience with a private chef on hand to showcase the restaurant’s finest offerings. The private space seats up to six guests.
Edge (Pan Pacific Singapore)
Best All-Day Dining
For an interactive dining experience that offers guests several cuisines (including Singaporean, Chinese, Malay, Indian, Japanese and Pacific) to choose from, this place has it all.
7 Raffles Boulevard, tel: 6826-8240
Tea Lounge (Regent Singapore)
After your solemnisation ceremony or before the reception, treat guests to a spectacular array of sweets from the hotel’s luxuriously-furnished Tea Lounge.