We list out some of the best dining spots for a Valentine’s Day dinner in Singapore that’ll impress!
Valentine’s Day on 14th February falls on a Monday this year – how are you going to celebrate? You might be planning a picnic and hunting down romantic picnic spots around town or planning to cook up a storm at home. But if you are looking for a great restaurant where there’s good food and maybe a stunning view (minus the kids), check out our list of restaurants for an indulgent Valentine’s Day dinner in Singapore! Pssst, don’t forget to pick out a gorgeous V-Day gift, too, while you’re at it.
If prime cuts of steak and fresh seafood sound like a fab way to have Valentine’s Day dinner in Singapore, then make a reservation at 665°F (it’s halal too!) Here, you can expect individual courses such as dry-aged porterhouse ($220), Boston lobster ($68), Peri-Peri Cage-free Half Chicken ($39) and more, sharing portions in the form of a Rangers Valley Beef Tomahawk ($18/100g) plus exciting desserts and cheeses alongside one of the best skyline views in town. For the full romantic experience head to Mr Stork the alfresco rooftop bar on top of Andaz for pre-dinner drinks and nibbles (reservations needed) with crazy good 360-degree views of the city (and very cute romantic teepee style tents).
665°F, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser St, Level 38, Singapore 189354, Tel: (+65) 6408 1255, www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/singapore/andaz-singapore/sinaz/dining
Italian food at Buona Terra never disappoints. Try the Buona Terra Chef Experience menu (five-course onwards from $198) for your Valentine’s Day dinner. This fab restaurant uses seasonal ingredients and there’s a wine pairing option (from $168 per person) or a whisky flyer (from $398 per person).
Buona Terra, 29 Scotts Road, Singapore 228224, Tel: (+65) 6733 0209 / (+65) 9456 3147, www.buonaterra.com.sg
CÉ LA VI
Planning an intimate romantic Valentine’s Day dinner in Singapore is easy at CÉ LA VI Singapore. You can expect crafted cocktails that pair with a well-planned menu that includes fresh seafood, succulent meats and plenty of veggie-friendly options. Afterwards, you can tuck into decadent desserts as you enjoy the gorgeous views of Marina Bay, 57 floors above the city lights.
CÉ LA VI, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, 018971, Tel: (+65) 6508 2188, www.celavi.com/en/singapore
Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar
Splurge a little for the Chef’s Lunch ($98 per person) at Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar on Valentine’s Day 2022. You’ll tuck into dishes like the hearty Poached Japanese Toretama Egg with Organic Corn & Truffle Emulsion, Challans Duck Breast with Sour Cherries & Mushroom Crisps, Grouper with Clam Soup & Green Beans plus Apricot, Caramel & White Chocolate for dessert.
Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar, 36 Purvis Street #01-02 Singapore 188613, Tel: (+65) 6837 1468, www.garibaldi.com.sg
If you aren’t into celebrating with a Valentine’s Day dinner, then head to the gorgeously decorated Dempsey restaurant Moonbow for Valentine’s Day lunch instead. Kick back with the two- or three-course menu ($38 and $48 respectively). Start off with the Crustaceans Bisque before enjoying dishes such as Spicy Garlicy Black Silkie Poulet, Angus Beef Short Rib and the decadent Crème Brulée Cempedak.
Moonbow, Block 10 Dempsey Road, #01-21, Singapore 247700, Tel: (+65) 9010 2717 (WhatsApp), www.moonbow.sg
Royal Albatross Valentine’s Day Dinner Cruise
Amp up the romance on the high seas with a picturesque luxury dinner cruise (from $195) by Royal Albatross! This 2.5-hour cruise features a specially curated seven-course menu, a welcome mocktail, free-flow drinks and champagne and the option of upgrading to include a 12-, 25- or 50-stem rose bouquet. Oh, and did we mention the stunning views of Singapore’s skyline from the water?
Royal Albatross, www.tallship.com.sg/events/valentines-day
Headed by celebrity chef Emmanuel Stroobant, Saint Pierre is arguably one of Singapore’s best Michelin restaurants. For your Valentine’s Day Dinner in Singapore, enjoy any of their exciting menus (from $168 per person), which include highlights such as caviar and scallops, Hokkaido hairy crab, Anjou pigeon and more.
Saint Pierre, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, #02-02B, Singapore 049213, Tel: (+65) 6438 0887, www.saintpierre.com.sg
Spago by Wolfgang Puck
If heading out to town on a Monday night isn’t your thing, why not have a relaxed Valentine’s Day lunch instead? Consider Spago‘s prix fixe, three-course lunch menu ($65 per person), which features delights like Black Onyx Porterhouse steak, Chilled Claire Fin de Claire oysters, Smoked Brisbane Valley Quail plus a delicious coconut panna cotta to end the meal. Bonus: You’ll really get to enjoy the daytime views!
Spago, Tower 2 Level 57 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, Tel: (+65) 6688 9955, www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/spago.html
Carnivores will enjoy a meaty Valentine’s Day dinner in Singapore at Wakanui. Browse through their a la carte menu for options such as Sous Vide King Crab with Wild Mushroom, Char-grilled Eel & Foie Gras or Freshly Shucked Washington Oysters. For dessert, you’ll find assorted cheeses, Japanese Mikan Mousse, Strawberry Chiffon Cake and a range of homemade ice-creams to please. Thinking of Valentine’s Day dinner at home? Wakanui has a great takeaway menu, too!
Wakanui, 5 Straits View, Marina One The Heart West Tower, #04-02, Singapore 018935, Tel: (+65) 6384 2665, www.wakanui.sg
Go the DIY Route
While a lot of restaurants on this list are on the pricey side, there’s also a lot to be said for a DIY Valentine’s Day dinner. Click the links below for everything you’ll need to cook at home or plan the perfect romantic picnic:
- Recipes for a delicious 3-course DIY Valentine’s Day menu
- Guide to Online Grocery Stores in Singapore
- Where to Buy Wine in Singapore
- Our Fave Picnic Spots in Singapore
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