Valentine’s Day is here; it is that time of the year when you want to make your date/partner/lover feel special and loved. Dining out is the perfect way to make the day end, and a conventional date night will never go wrong. The day is all about celebration; so, take your partner, date, relative, friend, parents, or whomever you think deserves to be celebrated and made to feel special out that day.
There are a lot of restaurants in Singapore that have cuisine ranging from European dishes, seafood, and Cantonese dishes to a variety of other cuisines that are delectable. Many restaurants even offer curated Valentine’s Day menus and special offers to make couples feel special.
Let us have a look at 8 wonderful restaurants in Singapore that can make your date night incredibly romantic and special.
Binary, 390 Orchard Road, #01-01a, Palais Renaissance, Singapore (238871)
The Binary has good promotions going on for February 14th, and the cuisine here is a good combination of Asian and Western dishes. The homemade Kubaneh bread, Korean Gochujang Iberico Pluma with pork loin marinated in the sweet and spicy Korean sauce is something that you cannot miss having. The choice of beverages ranges from cocktails to wines to non-alcoholic drinks that are perfect for your date night. Call and check with them about their group promotion offers before making the booking.
Cé La Vi, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, 018971
Located on the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands, you will have sweeping views of the city and its skyline. The night sky, stars, and expansive views make the best backdrop for your romantic night. The exclusive Valentine’s Day dinner menu features the choicest seafood dishes. The highlight of the night is the premium cut fork-tender A4 Miyazaki striploin that is impeccably seared to suit the palate.
The Asian cuisine, handcrafted cocktails, exceptional views, and incredible service will all add up to the magic of the evening, and make it a memorable one.
Cinder Steakhouse, 2 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore 798386
The four-course Valentine’s Day dinner (S$158++ /pax) reflects on Singapore’s British heritage. You can pick from their three delicious dishes, Fois Gras Terrine, Lobster Bisque, or Octopus Carpaccio. The main course includes Tagliata Di Manzo of Tajima Wagyu, and the dinner ends with a Strawberry Trifle dessert. You can add to the romance of the evening by including a Sommelier Wine Pairing (S$60++ /pax), and make it a memorable night.
Indulge in an evening of romance and authentic Latin American cuisine. The three-course Valentine’s Day menu (S$ 70++ per person with two glasses of wine) specially curated by Chef Alex Moreno gives you a taste of Latin American food. The Mil Hojas de Aquacate y Cangrejo (an avocado and crab tart) and Filet Mignon with balsamic sauce and red wine should be tried along with his house-made Apple Tart.
There are good choices for vegetarians too, like the Golden Egg (a deep-fried stuffed avocado on a salad nest), with Zucchini Boats (a zucchini canoe stuffed with mixed vegetables). Chocolate Lava Cake is the dessert.
The Valentine’s Day menu here is available from 11 February – 14 February.
There cannot be a better evening than wine and pizzas. Drunken Farmer at Quayside Isle is a good place to head out for a romantic evening with your date on Valentine’s Day. Their extensive wine list includes organic varieties, trendy labels, and unconventional wines from France and Spain, and coupled with pizzas made from a 160-year-old sourdough starter is going to be divine. The place is serene and gives amazing views, and it can be a good choice for a Valentine’s Day date night. Go for a stroll around Sentosa and end the evening basking in each other’s love and warmth.
Koma, B1-67, The Shoppes, Singapore
The chic ambiance in this modern Japanese restaurant is unparalleled when it comes to style. The restaurant is serving a six-course menu for that one night (S$ 388++ for two persons). Savor their dishes ranging from Irish premium oysters, sushi, sashimi moriawase, beef cigar served with flavored pork tomahawk seasoned with Mizo, and grilled whole branzino. The dessert is their surprise Valentine’s Day treat.
Level 33, 8 Marina Boulevard, #33-01 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, Singapore 018981
Rise up to Level 33 with your special person, and treat your date to a Valentine’s Day five-course dinner menu ($398++ per couple). Sitting on the front row seat facing the sparkling and bright Marina Bay skyline, and having a meal with your date is surely going to be romantic, and it is the best way to spend the evening if you are planning to take your date out for dinner.
The highlight of the menu is a 24-hour Level 33 stout and whiskey, wild forest mushroom pearl barley risotto with shimeji mushrooms and fresh black truffle shavings. Since you have booked a Valentine’s Day dinner you may pre-order a bottle of Barons De Rothschild Champagne with the names engraved onto the bottle. It will be a wonderful gift to give your date. A 3-dessert Dessert Assiette with heart-shaped chocolates and edible flowers is a fitting finale to your Valentine’s Day dinner.
Yan, 05-02 National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road Singapore 178957
If you are looking to treat your date to an authentic Cantonese date night, Yan is the best place to go. The special six-course menu includes a combination platter of Yan’s signature Peking duck, prawns dumplings topped with bonito flakes, steamed pork, and roast pork belly. There is also the delicious double-boiled chicken soup with fish maw and maca, and every dish is going to make the evening warm and romantic.
Wrapping it Up
Now that you know the names of restaurants that can be tried out on Valentine’s night with your special one, go ahead and book one of them. Make it a night to remember, and let the stars shine in the heart and eyes of your loved one.