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Lewin Terrace
For couples planning to tie the knot in a cozy restaurant with a beautiful garden setting, Lewin Terrace is perfect. This upscale restaurant seats 100 (or 150 standing) and serves Japanese-French fusion fare in a century-old black and white colonial bungalow near the Registry of Marriages, as well as the Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator.
Address: 21 Lewin Terrace, tel: 6333-9905

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Skyve Wine Bistro
This serves modern European cuisine, and seats up to 120 indoors or outside. Buffet packages start from $100++ per pax and three-course options from $105++. All include free use of the sound system, two wired or wireless microphones, a projector screen, and various table set-ups.
Address: 10 Winstedt Road, tel: 6225-6690. E-mail: enquiry@skyve.sg.

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Que Pasa
The quaint Spanish bodega-inspired wine and tapas bar – think old wooden tables, wine barrels and handmade benches – is great for lunch after making your marriage official at the Registry of Marriages.
Address: 7 Emerald Hill Road, tel: 6235-6626

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Potato Head Folk
This offbeat venue is filled with quirky sculptures, whimsical illustratrions and other eclectic decor. Studio 1939 on the third level and the tiki-themed rooftop bar are open for wedding celebrations.
Address: 36 Keong Saik Road, tel: 6327-1939 

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Masons
Housed in a refurbished colonial army barrack, the cosy venue captures the essence of colonial luxury with its furnishings and colour palette. Featuring an indoor and alfresco area, the venue, which has already seen several beautiful weddings, seats up to 150 guests.
Address: 8 Lock Road, tel: 6694-2216