Singapore’s best Valentine’s Day dinners for romantic date nights

Whether you’re a romantic or not, Valentine’s Day is always a good reason to pamper yourself and your loved one with a good dinner.

No matter your preference (rooftop restaurants or casual steakhouses, perhaps?), the city is rife with options for you to choose from. Read on for our pick of the best Valentine’s Day dinners in Singapore, and make those reservations, stat.

The best Valentine’s Day 2022 dinners in Singapore:

1 /10

Palais Renaissance, 390 Orchard Rd, 01-01a, Singapore 238871

2 /10

10 Collyer Quay, Level 43 Ocean Financial Centre, Singapore 049315

3 /10

Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211
Artemis Grill, 138 Market St, #40-01 CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946

Cheekily named ‘Conscious Coupling’, the Valentine’s Day menu by modern steakhouse Fat Belly Social is all about comfort food to keep your bellies and hearts full. You’ll start with freshly shucked oysters with caviar lime and an earthy rhubarb, followed by a Choufleur Souffle. This is a cauliflower and cheese souffle with sharp Gruyere, and served with violet cauliflower veloute and San Daniele Crisp ham.

With your appetite now whetted, lobster tortellini stuffed with Boston lobster and Hokkaido scallop mousse and served with a Madras curry scented bisque follows. Leave room for the main course of balsamic glazed short ribs featuring a grain-fed 100 days Australian short rib that has been slow braised, charcoal grilled and presented on burnt allium puree with crispy cordyceps and house-made pickles.

As for dessert, Chef Victor was inspired by Ispahan, a Pierre Herme dessert. His rendition is a martini glass-full confection of rose and raspberry marbled chantilly cream, meringue kisses and fresh raspberry and lychee.

Available from 12 to 14 February


21A Boon Tat St, Singapore 069620

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1 Bayfront Avenue Marina Bay Sands, Hotel, Tower 3, 018971

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MBFC Tower 1, 8 Marina Blvd, #33 - 01, Singapore 018981

9 /10


With no VTL to Japan in sight just yet, a night at Keyaki will do. For the romantic occasion, you’ll first begin the experience with a walk through a Japanese garden and past a koi pond that’s softly lit by traditional stone lanterns. At the restaurant, a six-course Kaiseki dinner awaits, with each course prepared using seasonal produce from Japan. To celebrate the day, each couple will receive a stalk of rose and box of chocolate pralines.

For dining reservations or enquiries, please call 6826 8240 or email Available on 14 February.


Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595

10 /10

5 Fraser St, Level 39, Andaz 189354
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