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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 snag a seat at these restaurants pronto.

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7 most romantic Valentine's Day dinners in Singapore

  • Restaurants
  • Mediterranean
  • Sentosa

From February 10 to 14

Santorini who? Whisk your significant other away for a romantic island retreat at this new beachfront Latin-Mediterranean rooftop restaurant. Before you hit the grazing table, head out to the pool for a complimentary glass of bubbly and enjoy a toast under the moonlight. Keep the flame burning with the intimate three-course dinner ($98 per person) that is specially curated to be shared. Whet your appetite with the appetizing mezze board of oysters, salmon tartare, falafels, charred padron peppers and more. Then followed by hearty spread from land and sea featuring Josper-grilled Australian Wagyu flank, seared Tiger prawns and roasted octopus. Alas, your unforgettable evening is now complete with the heart-shaped white chocolate and rose mousse dessert.

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Raffles Place

From February 11 to 17

You can almost always expect to revel in lush greens and elegant furnishings in any PS cafes dotted around the island. But when it comes to a night of romance, you have the right to be extra picky. Marvel at the magnificent views of Marina Bay at One Fullerton, immerse yourselves in the glasshouse at Harding Road or escape the city buzz in the heritage bungalows of Ann Siang Hill, prime date spots are made of these. And to ring in the season of love, slurp on the playful aphrodisiac of Oysters Valentina ($14) paired with the tang of strawberry vierge. There’s also a hearty catch of pan-seared Alaskan ocean perch ($38) that comes along with parmesan gnocchi and green herb pesto. Before you tap out from a food coma, activate your second stomach for desserts because the sticky date pudding is still to die for.

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  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Orchard

February 14 only

As the sun sets, Celebrity chef Nancy Silverton's new buzzy Cal-Italian restaurant definitely turns up the heat. Trying to win hearts over? Just take the lucky one here and let the food do the talking. For Valentine’s, things get extra special. Expect a four-course dinner ($299 per couple) of comforting dishes such as pan-seared Hokkaido scallops dressed with capers and raisins, Spaghetti Fruitti di Mare with lobsters, and the Striploin Diane cooked with pancetta, brandy and rosemary. For a nifty top-up of $100, you can impress your date with wine pairings featuring fine Italian labels – some by celebrity restauranteur Joe Bastianich.

  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Rochor

On February 13 and 14

Head up 38 storeys and into the intimate cellars of this classic steakhouse where a fine glass of Delamotte Champagne awaits you. After the bubbly refresher, luxuriate on a curated four-course dinner ($168 per person) paired with impeccable views of the South China Sea. There are winter truffle cold capellini and oven-baked New Zealand king salmon to start. But the stars of the show are none other than Westholme Wagyu beef cheek or Patagonian toothfish that will be perfectly grilled in the signature Pira oven. As you savour, feel the warmth from the hearth as it ignites your evening of love and passion.

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  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Tanjong Pagar

From February 10 to 14

You wouldn’t expect anything less than big, bold cuts of juicy meats and sexy wines in this amorous steakhouse. This Valentine's Day, the conscious coupling set menu (from $128 per person) takes a page off cult comedy Midnight in Paris and sets the tone with an indulgent uni brioche toast. The romantic evening is elevated with the best of the sea and land ingredients from luscious scallops, aburi-style Scarlet prawns, and smoked pork jowl to the highly-raved Snake River Farms Wagyu Coulotte. The dessert of a shiso-laced ivory custard and white chocolate and strawberry ice cream is bound to enchant. Trust us, it will be the only food baby you'll want that night.

  • Restaurants
  • City Hall

February 14 only

If your date is equal parts buzzy, sophisticated and classy, this lush steakhouse will surely impress. On Valentine’s Day, tickle your tastebuds with charming contemporary Italian flavours from a sensational five-course experience ($168 per person). Start with hand-shaped tortellini stuffed with celeriac, sage and Argentinian prawns while mains spotlight the indulgent Jack’s Creek striploin. The gastronomic journey’s last stop will end with a pink juniper berry and white chocolate raspberry mousse dessert. And to add a little sparkle to your evening, a glass of Rossini cocktail will be served on the house. For those looking to impress and imbibe, a snazzy bottle of prosecco will go for just $70 – courtesy of Cupid’s big day.

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Marina Bay

February 14 only

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 a highly sensorial five-course contemporary Asian dinner ($198 per person) that showcases lavish ingredients like the Japanese Yellowtail Hamachi, Maine Lobster and A4 Miyazaki Wagyu. Wine pairings are also available at a top-up of $55. Love is definitely in the air when you got your head up in the clouds.

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