Guy Savoy: A celebrated French chef's Valentine's Day menu
Treat your date to a truly decadent meal at this three-Michelin star restaurant. On this Valentine’s Day, romance your date with celebrity chef Guy Savoy’s exquisite menus: dine on artichoke and black truffle soup, poached oysters, caviar and more refined delights. Then admire the lovely night views with a stroll along the Marina promenade after dinner.
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Santi: Fine dining, Catalan-style
Embrace the rich, exquisite flavours of Catalan cuisine at Santi. In eight courses, the restaurant’s lavish Valentine’s Day menu will give you and your date a taste of authentic Mediterranean cuisine, set against a cosy and romantic venue. It’s a gastronomic seafood spread that includes oysters, salt seared fish with caviar and a dish of lobster, langoustine and black truffles.
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SkyLoft: Views of the sea at Sentosa
Take the opportunity to visit a new restaurant with a view this February 14. Opened just this month, SkyLoft @ iFly Singapore is located above the world’s largest indoor sky diving tunnel. Admire radiant views of the sunset over dinner, or even give skydiving at iFly a go, if you and your beloved are both game for an adventurous Valentine’s Day.
SkyLoft's four-course menu for two
Saint Pierre: An alternative 10-course "happy meal"
A Valentine’s Day menu tends to consist of fine dining classics like foie gras, black truffle and caviar. While Saint Pierre does use these premium ingredients, its bold 10-course meal eschews the traditional presentation. Diners will be surprised to see how this meal transforms humble finger food into discernibly upmarket fare: a mini sweet potato doughnut is paired with a confit of celery and beetroot, foie gras mousse, black truffle dust while the all-time-favourite fish and chips is prepared as croquettes matched with sevruga caviar.
Saint Pierre's Valentine's Day menu
The Cliff: A private clifftop dinner amidst lush greenery
If you’re all out to please, this restaurant has that intimate setting perfect for a romantic proposal, away from prying eyes. Bask in the splendour of sunset over dinner at The Cliff with your Valentine. The leafy setting is complemented with calming water features that will set you and your date at ease; perhaps the perfect occasion to pop the question, if you will. The meal also includes a bottle of Duval Leroy Lady Rose champagne and a sweet stalk of rose for your beloved.
Menus are priced at $425++ and $575
Les Amis: An inventive gourmet dinner for two
Should you choose classical dishes or go for the bold molecular gastronomy options this Valentine’s Day? With this indulgent Les Amis seven-course menu ($328++ per person), gourmet couples can savour the best of both worlds as each dish will be served twice: a traditional rendition, matched with a modern “deconstructed” alternative. Featured above: The oysters, caviar, champagne amuse bouche.
Les Amis, 1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centr
Min Jiang at One-North: A Cantonese Valentine’s Day dinner
In the mood for Chinese cuisine? Have an elegant Cantonese dinner at Min Jiang at One-North. Housed within a two-storey colonial bungalow at Rochester Park, this restaurant has just the right ambience for an intimate dinner for two. Enjoy yummy pan-fried treats and heartwarming braised and grilled dishes with Min Jiang’s six-course meal: the Valentine’s Day spread includes pan-fried scallop, drunken chicken, deep-fried prawns, braised whole abalone and more. Priced at $288++ per couple, the set includes a demi bottle of champagne and a stalk of rose for your sweetheart.
Address: No. 5 Rochester Park, Sing
KU DÉ TA: Valentine's Day dinner at the Marina Bay Sands' SkyPark
This restaurant and bar boasts one of the most scenic rooftop dining experiences in Singapore; surely a memorable and romantic evening destination for you and your date. Dine on KU DÉ TA’s Valentine’s Day set ($148++ per person): the menu features tempura style Sydney rock oysters, roast black cod loin with thai basil, lemongrass, turmeric, mizuna & kurobuta pork warm salad and other modern Asian dishes.
Address: SkyPark at Marina Bay Sand
The Jewel Box: Dinner, movie night and romantic cable car rides
Here’s a really romantic deal for two: a cosy dinner at Mount Faber, paired with a movie screening under the stars. After your intimate dinner, an additional $22++ per couple will get you cocktails, chocolates and seats for a hilltop movie screening at Moonstone, the restaurant’s adjacent bar section. Or be lost in each other’s eyes on board a cable car ride with the $388++ Valentine’s Day menu. You’ll dine with your date in a private cabin; a truly self-contained world of your own. If you’ll rather enjoy your bubbly and movie night in place of dinner, choose The Jewel box’s $69 per couple package (nett price). You’ll sip on cocktails during your round trip and be back at Mount Faber, just in time for the 8.30pm movie screening. For more information on the movie list, go to www.mountfaber.com.sg.
The Jewel BoxÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s ValentineÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Day men
Skyve: Relive happy school days at this bistro
If your romance began during your school years together, this themed restaurant will bring back ever sweet memories. Fun decor details include menus that resemble dissertation booklets, scribbles-filled place mats, benches and cute green chairs. You’ll find rocking chairs at the lounge area and even a swing too at the al fresco section. Remember forming lines at school, boys in one and girls in the other? Skyve’s four course Valentine’s Day menu goes along with such a gender divide: female diners will dine on lighter dishes while the men will be served dishes with stronger flavours. The set meal features oysters, foie gras, sous vide coral trout, lamb and more.
The set meal is priced at $80++ per
Tanjong Beach Club: Seafood dinner at a beach resort setting
You’re on a date so put aside your distracting smart phone and embrace the calming comfort of this restaurant’s beach-side setting. Escape from the city buzz at the Tanjong Beach Club and enjoy the lovely company of your Valentine with its four-course meal ($108++ per person). A considerate partner will always think ahead about that special someone’s dining preferences; this all-seafood dinner of Alaskan king crab, seared bay scallops and Atlantic striped bass is just perfect for your pescetarian plus one. Red meat eaters can opt for the prime New York steak in place of the striped bass.
Address: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Se
Picotin: A casual Valentine’s Day date
You don’t have to dress to the nines to make your evening perfect. If you’re an easygoing couple who’s all for a relaxed, casual date, consider dining at Picotin. Situated at the Singapore Turf Club, the restaurant is great for a jaunt away from busy streets. On Valentine’s Day, chase your Monday blues away with Picotin’s set menu: the meal includes freshly shucked oysters, pan fried foie gras, a zesty dish of pork belly and scallops and more.
PicotinÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s set menu is priced at $10
Singapore Flyer: Dinner against the city skyline
This is one option favoured by die-hard romantics: dine on a four-course dinner (7pm or 8.30pm, at $339++ per couple) as you sail up for scenic views on the Singapore Flyer. And yes, the little details count: a rose stalk and chocolates are included in this Valentine’s Day special. Or unwind with glasses of cocktails or champagne on the Cupid Flight Package at $88 nett per pax if you’ve got an activity-packed schedule lined up for the night.
Singapore Flyer is located at 30 Ra
Jaan: Modern French cuisine on the 70th floor
Let your romance reach new heights at Jaan this Valentine’s Day. Located on the 70th floor of Swissôtel The Stamford, you and your partner will love the great city views at this restaurant. Dine decadently with the nine-course degustation dinner ($660++ per couple): the meal includes crab and squid cannelloni pasta, fine chopped beef tartar from Limousin, foie gras and more sumptuous dishes. Sip on a glass of Dom Pérignon Champagne each with this set menu. Feel like having more tipple this night? Enjoy a whole bottle of Dom Pérignon Champagne with the $999++ set dinner.
Jaan is located at 2 Stamford Road,
Bontá: City-centre setting, minus the crowds
This restaurant is just a street away from Clarke Quay but its cosy setting makes it a much more quiet and romantic spot for couples. Its location is convenient for the super-busy corporate types to plan for that one-to-one time. Its classic, hearty fare will also satisfy your craving for Italian food. With Bontá’s four-course Valentine’s menu ($98++), dine on crab meat tartare, homemade tagliatelle, raspberry- chocolate cake and a choice between pan roasted seabass fillet or grilled wagyu beef sirloin.
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Novus: A European gastronomic romp for Valentine's Day
If you and your date love European cuisine and neo-classical architecture, up the romantic ante of this special day by dining at Novus. Housed within the National Museum, Novus is located at a cosy spot conducive for romance and its Valentine’s Day menu ($250++ per couple) will take you on a culinary traipse across Spain, France, Italy and Austria. Enjoy a light tomato-based pasta with Italian sea bass baked in sea salt crust, followed by a duck dish drizzled with orange jus: barbarie duck breast is served with pan seared foie gras, potato gratin and French long beams. End your meal with Salzburger Nockerl, a popular Austrian raspberry flavoured soufflé; a dessert said to resemble the hills of Salzburg. Featured above: the Jamon iberico starter
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The White Rabbit: A Him and Her Valentine’s Day menu
On Valentine’s Day, why not hop over to this spacious restaurant? References to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland abound at The White Rabbit; spot animal-shaped hedges at the entrance, a “Drink Me” bar counter and more quirky details at this restored chapel. You’ll dine just off Dempsey Road, away from the rowdier water holes in town. Dishes selected for this year’s Valentine’s Day five-course menu will serve male and female diners differing courses. After the oyster starters, women will be served lobster raviolo, tomato consomme while men willl have the respective foie gras and beef variations. Your fifth course? A dessert spread of strawberry short cake, dark chocolate tart, sake jelly and caramel profiteroles, to be shared with your beloved.
The set menu is priced at $108++ pe
Brasserie Wolf: A romantic French dinner by the riverside
If you can’t fly you and your special someone to Paris, dinner at this French restaurant could be one of your Singapore alternatives. Okay, it still ain’t Paris but Francophiles will love the decor. With its vintage lamps, its walls of framed memorabilia, Brasserie Wolf’s decor recreates the charming interiors of a French bistro. Couples can enjoy a slow, leisurely dinner with Brasserie Wolf’s five course V-day meal ($170++ per couple): this menu features grilled foie gras, roasted tomato soup, steamed Brittany seabass fillet, pan-seared duck breast and a dessert that’s described as a “white chocolate surprise”. A stroll by the riverside is a perfect post-dinner activity; now you’re all set for some old-fashioned romance.
Address: 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, #0
Brussel Sprouts: Fun, gender bender Valentine’s Day specials
Do men really only prefer heavier dishes and women, the light and sweet main courses? Of course not. With this year’s Valentine’s Day menu, Belgian restaurant Brussel Sprouts goes for a playful twist on gender stereotypes. Ladies can choose from alcohol-infused dishes like oysters poached with sherry jelly ($24), ribeye with port wine sauce ($40) and cod roasted with red wine butter ($40), while male diners will be served beef tenderloin with pink peppercorn sauce, poached cod with basil pesto and Champagne Sabayon. For a seaside dinner, dine at the Brussels Sprouts Big Splash; it’s located right next to the East Coast Park.
Menu packages priced at $200++, $300++ and $999++ per couple are available at Brussel Sprouts Big Splash.
Addresses: Brussel Sprouts Big Spla
The Knolls at Capella Singapore: A Valentine's Day getaway
The swish location of this Sentosa luxury hotel gives you the option of a comfortable resort getaway, without travelling out of Singapore. The lush green environs and the exclusive location are hard to beat and the Knolls’ Valentine’s Day menus complete this elegant dinner set-up. Start on a romantic note by the poolside; a harpist will play melodious tunes while you’re sipping your cocktails with those lovely canapes. A five-course dinner follows: start with slices of the jamon iberico (Spanish cured hams), followed by Catalan King prawn gambas, a fruity rose sorbet, wagyu beef cheeks with truffle spheres and finally, a passion fruit cheesecake to complete your meal.
Set menus are available at $298++ p
Fat Cow: A decadent meal of sushi and wagyu beef
Fat Cow’s warm, atmospheric lighting and the cosy Japanese-inspired furnishings seem perfect for dates. And it’s not just fancy decor either; with its premium grade wagyu beef and sushi selection, this is the dining stop for gourmets. The menu includes champagne and canapes, a sashimi and sushi first course, kumamoto oysters, palm cabbage salad, a wagyu beef tasting platter and more. If you’re looking for a romantic and lavish meal, this heavy five-course Valentine’s Day set menu ($388++ per pax) is one dinner to splurge on. Private rooms are available too, so if you’re keen on making the occasion more intimate, you know what to do.
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Graze at Rochester Park: A cosy, homely Valentine’s Day dinner
Rochester Park offers a quieter, offbeat spot for couples looking for a cosy dinner. Housed in one of the area’s 1940s-styled colonial houses, Graze’s homely setting preps you for a comfortable meal with your date. Highlights of its Valentine’s Day menu ($98++) include the ocean tasteplate of freshly shucked oyster, chargrilled tiger prawn with wild salmon sashimi and a choice between the char grilled eye fillet or the crispy skin barramundi.
Address: 4 Rochester Park, Singapor
Kha: Thai food with your hot date
Plan for a hot date at Kha, if you and your date can’t get enough of spicy Thai food. Puns aside, Kha’s wood furnishings and ambience are conducive for a date; plus, its location at Martin Road makes for a more private spot for your Valentine’s Day dinner. The restaurant’s Valentine’s Day specials include a hot and sour lobster soup with rose hips ($22),rare spiced wagyu beef with peppered rose petal syrup and grilled asparagus ($32) and sweet red curry of red duck, pickled cheeries and young coconut flesh lychee ($32).
Address: 38 Martin Road, Singapore
Red House Seafood: Singapore seafood classics on Valentine’s day
Sometimes, a good meal is all about the company. A seafood dinner may not be the most romantic of all meals but your beloved should ideally adore you, in your most and least glamorous moments; including the ones when you’ve chili crab gravy on your fingers. With the Red House Seafood restaurant’s six-course set menu ($88++ per pax), a couple will dine on braised whole abalone, double-boiled seafood and mushroom in chef’s pumpkin consomme, sauteed fresh scallops, braised prawns with crispy noodle, chilled Lemon Grass Jelly with Lime Sherbet and of course, those oh-so-tantalising crabs doused with chili stew or black pepper. The set menu includes a complimentary glass of Red or White house pour for each diner.
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Pantry at the Stables: A romantic, rustic Valentine's Day dinner
Make a trip to Fairway Drives and dine at a secluded spot away from the crowds and traffic. Go for a three-course Valentine menu at Pantry at the Stables ($128++ per couple): couples will be served shellfish consommé with tortellini of crab and coriander and puff pastry, followed by either stewed beef brisket with truffle shavings, wild mushrooms and vegetables or pan roasted salmon. For dessert, you’ll be served bitter sweet chocolate flourless cake with dark cherries in kirsch. It’s charmingly simple and hearty fare; your date will love the dining location too.
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