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The most romantic Valentine's Day dinners in Singapore

You won't need one of Cupid's arrows to fall in love thanks to these romantic Valentine's Day dinners

Dawson Tan
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Dawson Tan
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At these romantic restaurants, love is the secret ingredient used to concoct enchanting Valentine’s Day dinners. Coupled with rosy views of the city or simply quaint yet intimate spots, these are dates worth remembering for a lifetime. Whether your passion is just blossoming or your relationship has weathered many a storm, you won't want to disappoint your special someone this V-day. Take a cue from us and book a seat at these restaurants quick.

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  • Restaurants
  • Spanish
  • Tanjong Pagar
  • price 2 of 4

Celebrate your love and passion with Restaurant Gaig's indulgent repertoire of gastronomic pleasures in its cosy intimate ambience. This amorous six-course affair (from $160 per diner) happens exclusively on Valentines Day featuring coveted seasonal produce like the highly-prized Spanish Turbot, pan-seared and served with Oscietra caviar.

Feast on other decadent signatures like the Cannelloni, Duck Magret and Foie Gras that is bound to impress your partner. There's always space for dessert, diners can look forward to a charming chocolate hazelnut treat to cap off their amorous evening.

Book here.

  • Restaurants
  • Marina Bay

Sitting pretty in the lush Flower Dome is Marguerite. There's no better place to feel the love than here. Once seated, you are presented – not served – to a seven-course tasting menu that deceptively looks simple but as you experience the meal, discover the layers of textures, flavours and even temperatures. Chef Michael's focus on craftmanship is apparent not only in the restaurant setting but also with every dish. For Valentine's Day, you get to enjoy the Chef's Menu with stellar dishes like the aged Ōra King Salmon and Tropical Fruit Vacherin – but guests also get a glass of Boizel Rosé Brut champagne. Prices start from $258 per person.

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  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Tanglin

Those who frequent Fat Belly will be familiar with them big, bold cuts of juicy meats and sexy wines. This Valentine's Day, the social steakhouse treats lovebirds to a Conscious Coupling set menu (from $238 per couple) and trust us, it will be the only food baby you'll want on that night. Start off with fresh plump oysters and cheesy Choufleur Souffle.

The romantic evening is elevated with sea and land elements showcasing creamy spice forward Lobster Tortellini and tender soft Balsamic Glazed Short Rib. Cap it all off to an angelic take on a famed Pierre Herme dessert – Ispahan, the intricately crafted Eton Mess is an ensemble of raspberries, rose and lychee to express love and unity.

Book here.

  • Bars and pubs
  • Marina Bay

What better way to declare your love than basking under the moon and the stars, 57 floors above the stunning skyline with the city beneath your feet on the most romantic day of the year. Indulge in the exclusive four-course dinner that showcases lavish ingredients like the Japanese Hamachi, Maine Lobster and A5 Kagoshima Wagyu.

But whatever you do, save some space for dessert as Love you to the Moon (from $26) seeks to spoil every chocolate lover with notes of rich caramel and coffee that would guarantee to seal the deal for the night.

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  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • City Hall

Feast like royalty without the pinch with Burger & Lobster's Valentine’s Day Special ($198++, for a pair). Dive hand in hand into impeccably cooked crustaceans with the likes of scallops and lobsters, juicy Nebraskan beer burgers, and choice vegetarian alternatives such as a Pink Cauliflower Velouté and Baked Aubergines.

If the complimentary mini bottle of sauvignon blanc/ merlot isn't enough to make you feel the love in the air, try the Love at First Sight cocktail ($14++), a dreamy strawberry gin–based cocktail that is floral, fruity and elegant. A perfect serve for the affectionate.

Also available in the Jewel Outlet.

Book here.

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Raffles Place

Known for its stunning views of Marina Bay from the 43rd floor of the Ocean Financial Centre, just imagine staring deep into your lover's eyes while the sun sets in the backdrop. It really can't get any more romantic than this. An exclusive 3-course meal (from $148 per pax) coupled with enthralling mains such as the Jac Wagyu Beef Striploin MBS 8/9, Sicilian Red Prawn Fagottini or the highly-coveted Spanish Turbot, it is a celebration that is hard to top.

Fastest fingers get the seats as it only happens on February 14 (5.30 pm till 7 pm). But if you miss out on that, there's still a five-course "Ti Amo" menu (from $298 per pax) and a Romantic Rooftop Alfresco Menu (from $398 per couple) curated to wow him or her.

Book here.

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Marina Bay

Level33 might be the world’s highest microbrewery, but the beer-inspired menu is far from the ordinary pub grub and so is their one–day only Valentine's Day 4–course menu (148++, per pax). Imbibe in quality craft brews and tuck into a delectable feast of Freshly Shucked Oysters, rich Truffle Buratta, succulent Westholme Sirloin and an exquisite Spent Grain Valrhona Chocolate Tart with a stout infusion.

If you're feeling extra fancy for some bubbly, Perrier Jouèt champagne bottles are made customisable with a complimentary name engraving when you pre–order by 5th February. A pretty romantic and poetic gesture to commemorate the enchanting occasion if you'd ask us.

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  • Restaurants
  • Tanjong Pagar

Romanticising a trip to his motherland, Chef Thiru Gunasakaran channels sweet, fun, and whimsical for Firangi Superstar's Valentine's Day Menu. Dishes are as poetic as they come, highlights include Out on the Puducherry Sea, a Hamachi ceviche with coconut, beetroot gel, and bright bits of finger lime, and 6 Feet Calling, an Alaskan King Crab shellfish curry with a lavish touch of sea-sweet caviar.

A love letter from the chef, the Whole Lotta Love is a dish not to be missed. Short ribs slow–cooked with Mangalorean spices that warm the tummy and melt the heart. Wash it all down with a Thandai Milk Punch, an intoxicating mix that drinks silky smooth with notes of chai, masala and rose. The team also designed worthy vegetarian alternatives for an all–inclusive experience that seeks to please all.

Book here.

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  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Tanjong Pagar

Tanjong Pagar has no shortage of A-list restaurants, but Marcy’s strikes a chord with those seeking a romantic dining experience. As a modern seafood restaurant and cocktail bar, it’s all very European here – it’s a package deal at this bistro, with many diners applauding the ambience and quality of service staff. 

Upon entering, you can’t pinpoint the exact time period nor country’s cultural influence, but it’s filled with somewhat quasi-European statement pieces: Tiffany lamps, gold gilt-framed paintings and velvet drapes. Fancy decor aside, it’s far from fine-dining with a menu that’s distinctly communal. 

It’s recommended that one person gets two “small” plates and one “not-so-small”. This way, you’ll be tasting a myriad of different dishes, from wagyu tartare ($26) to crab toast ($24). For a Valentine’s Day 2022 special, they’re offering a five-course lunch at $68/person and an eight-course dinner at $128/person. Expect luxe ingredients with fresh oysters, wagyu and fatty tuna. 

Book here.

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