If you’re a last minute planner, do not panic. (But better make reservations now)
We have some quick ideas to tide you through Valentine’s day this year, and we’ll throw in a couple of deals along the way.
An Italian restaurant situated on the 24th floor of Hilton Singapore (right next to its rooftop pool), boasts a great view of the Orchard Road’s skyline. Chef Riccardo Catarsi at il Cielo who heads the restaurant, has over 15 years of experience at Michelin-hailed establishments – so don’t worry, you are in good hands.
Chope also has an exclusive deal that takes 15% off their Vday 4-course menu from 11-14 Feb. You just have to use the promo code ICVDAY on either the Chope app or website.
If you crave an atypical restaurant to break out of your routine, you may want to switch it up by dining in the dark at Nox. You will be guided and served by visually impaired individuals who will be able to reassure you – this will definitely be a memorable experience if you are up for it. Nox has prepared a special 3-course dinner for this Valentine’s.
Marmalade pantry was founded in 1999 – and is one of the pioneers of modern bistro cuisines. Their signature – the spicy crabmeat linguine – has always been a crowd favourite.
Marmalade Pantry is offering a 3-course dinner set for Vday which includes a truffle lobster bisque, grilled ribeye and s’mores to round it up.
If you decide to take up the vday menu, Marmalade Pantry will give you a complimentary floral bouquet and a chance to win a staycation at Lloyd’s Inn in their lucky dip. If you have a DBS/POSB card, you’re in luck – you will get 10% off their Vday menu. What are you waiting for – book away!
The White Rabbit
If you’re looking for someplace with a romantic ambience, you might want to hit up The White Rabbit, which is housed in a beautifully restored chapel tucked away in Dempsey. Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, its garden veranda and surroundings will take you away from the bustle of daily life.
Their Vday dinner set can be seen here.
PS Cafe at Palais Renaissance
Located in town, this classy PS cafe outlet is guaranteed to make you feel cozy and right at home.
Make sure you order their truffle shoestring fries and famous crab tart while you’re there!
6. Food for Thought at National Museum
While you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, why not also contribute to a good cause at the same time? Or in this case, the five causes that Food for Thought stand for.
Food for Thought, not an unfamiliar name to most Singaporeans, uses “restaurants as a way to transform and revive public community space and help build community by bringing people together through good food centred around good causes”
Food for Thought at National Museum’s 5-course Vday menu is bound to make your Valentine’s a good one.
7. The Boiler
For couples who don’t mind getting their hands dirty – you can take a crack at the Boiler for some great seafood.
Their Vday dinner set, consisting of a sampler platter (Lousiana spicy mid joint wings, fish&chips and fried oysters), seafood (live lobster, prawns, mussles, clams, sausages, corn), chocolate lava cake with ice-cream – all to be washed down with Prosecco.
And because there is no better way to profess your love for each other, you can always whip up your own candle-lit dinner for your Valentine.
A bouquet of 99 roses with jacked up prices
Main Course, with Choice of:
A box of chocolates
Coffee, Tea, or Me